Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Male External Condom Catheter
Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Male External Condom Catheter

Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Male External Condom Catheter

Brand/Manufacturer: COOK VPI
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Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Male External Condom Catheter is used for catheterization due to urinary incontinence. The inflatable retention ring secures the catheter and can be easily deflated for removal. It is non-sterile, reusable and intended for single patient use only. Cook Silicone Condom Catheter comes with 10cc Syringe.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
302300 Small, 23mm (0.9") Each $64.99 $46.99
302302 Large, 33mm (1.30") Each $58.99 $36.99
302303 X-Large, 39mm (1.53") Each $64.99 $42.99

Cook Silicone Male Condom Catheter

Instructions For Use:

  1. Clean the entire penis daily with soap and water. Dry thoroughly. A skin sealant may be applied to the penis if desired.
  2. Remove the Silicone External Condom Catheter and syringe from the package.
  3. Cuff or roll the sheath down to the inflation valve.
  4. Place the head of the penis into the catheter. Leave a 1/4 to 1/2 inch space between the catheter tip and the end of the penis to allow proper drainage.
  5. Unroll the sheath and position the inflation check valve on top of the penile shaft. The retention ring must be fully exposed and positioned behind the head of the penis.
  6. Draw 4 to 8 ml of air into the syringe.
  7. Firmly press the syringe tip into the inflation check valve. Inflate the retention ring until the catheter feels secure. If the catheter does not feel secure or if leakage occurs around the retention ring, add air in increments of 1/2 ml until a good seal is obtained. Firmly grasp inflation check valve and remove syringe.
  8. Connect the External Condom Catheter to a drainage bag.
  9. Fifteen (15) to twenty (20) minutes after the initial placement of the condom catheter, deflate the retention ring, remove the catheter, and inspect the skin surface. If any redness is noticed, wait until it fades before replacing the catheter. Then replace the catheter and inflate with 1/2 ml less air than previously used. Repeat the procedure until a comfortable yet effective seal is obtained. If any unusual skin irritation, discoloration, localized swelling or pain occurs, contact your physician immediately.
  10. Record the volume of air needed to properly inflate the retention ring. Use the same amount of air each time the catheter is placed. When removing the Male External Condom Catheter, withdraw the exact amount of air used for inflation. The air left in the retention ring will affect the next inflation.

Cleaning Instructions:

  • It is recommended that two condom catheters be used interchangeably so that a fresh catheter is applied every day.
  • The catheter should be washed with mild soap and lukewarm water, then rinsed well.
  • Hang to dry. A clothes pin may be used to keep the catheter open while drying.
  • Store at room temperature and avoid exposure to direct sunlight.

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Questions & Answers


 
 
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How should I take measure to select the size?
Guido Fleuriel - 10/29/2016 8:33:52 PM
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To find the correct size of the Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Male External Condom Catheter 
You can measure the circumference (c) of the penis in millimeters and use the following formula to determine your size: (c x 7)/22. This formula will give you the diameter of the penis, which is how external caths are measured (e.g., 25 mm, 29 mm, etc).
Customer care - 10/31/2016 4:02:35 AM
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How is it reusable, when you say to use a new condom catheter everyday ?

Refer to your answer on 9/22/2014 , to the question, "How can I help prevent an infection ?"
Dale Brandt - 9/16/2016 1:50:01 AM
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Thank you for contacting customer care service. 
This Silicone Male External Condom Catheter is reusable. 
The instructions given are common for all the catheters.
Customer Care - 9/17/2016 12:36:22 AM
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Do you have VIDEOs showing how these catheters are used?
Eddie - 3/3/2016 11:32:38 PM
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Unfortunately video is not available for at this time but the attached INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE will help assist you in using this product.
Customer Care - 3/4/2016 1:38:51 AM
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How can I help prevent an infection?
james - 9/22/2014 12:20:31 AM
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  • Use a new condom catheter every day.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water before and after doing catheter care.
  • Remove the condom catheter and wash your penis at least once a day.
  • Clean your urine bag with soap and water at least once a week.
  • Empty the urine bag when it is ⅔ full. If you have a full sized bag, empty it every 8 hours. If you have a smaller leg bag, empty it every 3 to 4 hours.
Customer Care - 9/23/2014 12:08:31 AM
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How do I put on the condom catheter?
John - 9/18/2014 12:52:16 AM
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  • Wash your hands and your penis with soap and water. Rinse and dry your penis carefully.
  • Inspect your penis to make sure it does not have any broken or reddened skin.
  • Gently roll the condom over your penis. Leave 1 to 2 inches of the condom catheter at the end of your penis.
Customer Care - 9/19/2014 12:26:23 AM
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