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Coloplast Self-Cath Male Intermittent Catheter

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18FR, With Red Funnel End
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Coloplast Self-Cath Intermittent Catheter for Male is recommended for people with bladder control problems and those who perform self-catheterization to empty the bladder. It has a siliconized surface that makes the insertion process less painful and much easier. This intermittent catheter is 16 inches in length. It is latex-free and has smooth fire polished eyelets for increased patient comfort.

Why choose Coloplast Self-Cath Male Intermittent Catheter?

  • Coloplast male catheter is sterile and soft tip aids for smooth insertion
  • Latex-free
  • Comfortable and provides easy urine drainage
  • Easy to use
  • Hydrophilic coated

Coloplast Self-Cath Catheter Features

  • Coloplast Catheters are made of flexible medical grade PVC material
  • Intended for use in male patients requiring bladder drainage as determined by their physician
  • Straight-tip intermittent catheter is made with the highest quality standards dedicated to patient comfort and ease of use
  • Single-use only
  • It has a siliconized surface that is soft and designed to be gentle on delicate urethral tissue
  • Coloplast Intermittent Catheter comes with a 16-inch long length

When does one need to use Coloplast Catheters?

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How do you use a Coloplast Self Catheter?

  1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for a minute.
  2. Remove Self-Cath Catheter from the pack.
  3. Position yourself comfortably over the toilet (or on any other seat if draining into a drainage bag).
  4. Clean the opening of the urethra and surrounding area.
  5. Insert the rounded end of the coloplast self cath straight tip male catheter into the urethra with a gentle pressure.
    • When the Coloplast Intermittent Catheter reaches the required position. urine will start to flow.
    • Stop pushing the catheter inside.
  6. When urine stops flowing, remove catheter from urethra.
  7. If urine starts to flow while removal of the catheter, hold the catheter in that position for a while until flow stops.
  8. Make sure the bladder is completely empty when you remove the catheter.
  9. Dispose of the coloplast male catheter in accordance with local rules and regulations.
  10. Wash your hands after use.

How many times a day should you self catheterize?

  • It is recommended to empty the bladder every 4 - 6 times per day.
  • Always empty your bladder in the morning and just before going to bed at night.
  • If you have more fluids to drink, you may need to empty your bladder more frequently.

FAQs About Coloplast Male Intermittent Catheter

What is the difference between intermittent and indwelling catheter?

Indwelling catheter is inserted through the urethra, or through the wall of the stomach, into the bladder and left in place for a period of time. Whereas the intermittent catheter is inserted through the urethra into the bladder to empty it, then removed, several times a day.

Is it safe to use Self-Cath Intermittent Catheter?

Coloplast Male Intermittent Catheter is easy and safe, and while it may feel a little weird at first, it does not hurt. It empties the bladder completely, preventing the backflow of urine that could damage the kidneys. It prevents residual urine, reducing the risk of urinary tract infections. Because it empties completely, there's no risk of urine leakage.

Is Coloplast intermittent catheter painful?

No, this male intermittent catheter is easy to use and there is rarely any discomfort while inserting it.

How much water should I drink while using a catheter?

It is recommended to drink plenty of water while using the catheter to allow a good flow of urine. Drinking plenty of water helps reduce the risks of infection and blockages.

Coloplast Intermittent Catheter Specifications

Particulars Specifications
Catheter Length 16 Inches
Catheter Tip Straight tip
Catheter Material PVC
Gender Male
Catheter Funnel Funnel End
Catheter Style Uncoated Catheters
Catheter French Size 8FR, 10FR, 12FR, 14FR, 16FR, 18FR

 

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