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Rochester Medical Spirit Style 2 Male External Catheter

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Medium, 29 mm

SKU 37102
$1.99 Each

Intermidiate, 32 mm

SKU 37103
$1.99 Each

Large, 36mm

SKU 37104
$1.99 Each

X-Large, 41mm

SKU 37105
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Rochester Medical Spirit Style 2 Male External Catheter combines hydrocolloid adhesive and moisture-wicking properties with silicone's breathability and flexibility. Combines forward adhesive technology with a 1-1/2 inches sheath. The maximum adhesive area on a short sheath provides men with a catheter for their specific needs.

Benefits of Spirit Hydrocolloid Adhesive Sheath Condom Catheter

  • Hydrocolloid Adhesive Sheath
  • 1.5" W Adhesive
  • All-Silicone construction
  • Transparent material
  • Kink-resistant design
  • Self-adhering
  • Forward placement of adhesive


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Features of Spirit Style 2 Hydrocolloid Sheath Male Catheter

  • Ensure Continuous Urine Flow with Kink Resistant Design
  • Noninvasive (nothing is inserted in your body)
  • Get a uniform fit with soft silicone material
  • Less movement restriction
  • Less likely to cause urinary tract infection associated with catheters (CAUTI)
  • Spirit Male External Catheter is available for home use
  • Latex-free

Size Chart for Spirit External Catheter For Males

  • For appropriate male external catheter sizing, the penis's circumference must be measured. In order to get the right size, the penis is measured at the shaft, where its diameter is the largest. The patient should sit on the edge of a bed or chair with a slight distance between the legs. In this position, the best measurement can be taken. There is no need to measure the length of the penis. Condom catheters usually fit most penis lengths, except for the case where it is retracted or small.
  • If there is confusion between two sizes, select the smaller one for better fit and leakage protection. The material of male external catheters is flexible and will snugly fit around the penis. The larger of the two sizes can result in leakage.

Size Chart for External Catheter For Males

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How to use Spirit Style 2 Hydrocolloid Male External Catheter?

  • The sheath is a strapless sheath. It has an adhesive coating inside to ensure a safe and simple procedure for fitting.
  • If necessary, trim the pubic area (close trim is best).
  • Clean and dry pubic area (do not use soaps with lotions)(do not apply lotion).
  • Remove the sheath from its wrapping.
  • Place rolled end over the end of the shaft, leaving a small space between the end and the cup of the sheath. If uncircumcised, do not retract the foreskin but allow it to remain over the glans. Avoid contact between the adhesive and the glans.
  • Slowly unroll the sheath along the shaft, then gently squeeze the sheath to ensure even adhesion. Avoid leaving a rolled "collar" of the sheath around the base of the shaft.
  • Finally, connect the urine collection bag. Always check that the connections are secure before use.
  • Wear time will vary from user to user. It is recommended that a sheath be changed every 24 hours for reasons of hygiene.

How to remove Bard Spirit Male External Catheter?

  1. Ensure the drainage bag is empty.
  2. Disconnect the catheter from the drainage system.
  3. Gently roll the catheter forward and off the penis. If necessary, apply a warm wet compress (such as a wet washcloth) around the catheter to help loosen the adhesive.

How to dispose of Spirit Style 2 Catheter?

  • After removal, dispose of the used catheter in a waste container.


  • If you are experiencing problems with the use of the device, please consult your healthcare professional for assistance.


  • Reuse and repackaging may create a risk of patient or user infection and compromise the structural integrity and essential material and design characteristics of the device, which may lead to the device failure and lead injury or illness of the patient.


  • Do not use if an allergic reaction occurs or the patient has known allergies.
  • For good hygiene, change the catheter daily. Using a single device for longer than 24 hours may increase the risk of complications.
  • Follow directions to remove if experiencing swelling, numbness, discomfort, pain, discoloration, or abnormal appearance.

Spirit Style 2 Condom Catheter User Manual

Rochester Medical Male External Catheter Spirit Style 2 FAQ

How does External Catheter for Men work?

  1. An external catheter is slipped onto a male user’s penis and secured using medical adhesive or an inflatable retention ring. Urine from the bladder flows out through the urethra, sheath, and into the attached leg urinary bag or bedside drainage bag.
  2. External condom catheter systems are non-invasive and easy to use. Men prefer them with incontinence over intermittent catheters or indwelling catheters. Since the catheter is not inserted, urinary tract infections have fewer chances and reduced trauma.
  3. Generally, the usage period is 12-48 hours, and most of these are disposable urinary sheaths. A pop-on male catheter is useful due to its clear sheath for easy inspection of the skin and monitoring skin health.
  4. The male incontinence sheath is usually connected to a urine bag strapped to the leg or an overnight urine bag hung by the bedside.

How long can you keep a condom catheter on?

Male External Catheters need to be changed every 24 hours. The collection bags can be reused but need to be cleaned before reuse. Always make sure your hands are clean before applying the catheter to avoid infections, bacteria, and cross-contamination.

How do I know what size condom catheter I need?

Measure around the shaft of the penis and divide that number by 3.14 (pie) to get the diameter. The condom catheters are sized in millimeters and are based on the diameter of your penis, not the circumference.

Can you get erect with a catheter?

It is common for patients to inquire about erections while a catheter is in place. For men with good erectile function, erections are common even with a catheter is in place. These generally occur during sleep. These are not detrimental to the surgical repair, but they can be uncomfortable.

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