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Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Reusable Condom Catheter

Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Reusable Condom Catheter
Brand/Manufacturer: COOK VPI
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Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Reusable Condom Catheter is used for male external 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.


Item 302300 is backordered from the manufacturer and will ship once it becomes available.
Item # Desc Pkg Earn reward dollars on every purchase you make. Redeem them on your next order. Reward $ List Price Price Qty
302302 Large, Inner Diameter: 33mm (1.30") Each 0.78 $58.99 $38.95
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302301 Medium, Inner Diameter: 28mm (1.10") Each 0.82 $58.99 $40.99
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302303 X-Large, Inner Diameter: 39mm (1.53") Each 0.86 $64.99 $42.99
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302300 Small, Inner Diameter: 23mm (0.9") Each 0.94 $64.99 $46.99
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Cook Non Adhesive Silicone Reusable Condom Catheter is used for male external 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.
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