Urocare Uro-Cath Molded-Latex Male External Catheter
Urocare Uro-Cath Molded-Latex Male External Catheter

Urocare Uro-Cath Molded-Latex Male External Catheter

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Urocare Uro-Cath Molded-Latex Male External Catheter is dipped from a single piece of latex without any seams. It has a thin latex sheath section similar to condom at one end, the part that is rolled over the head and shaft of the penis. At the heavier funnel-shaped cup section, urine is drained into a bag or other collection device. Unique design of Uro-Cath Male External Catheter makes it virtually twist-proof.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
520125 Uro-Cath Small, 25mm Each $0.01
$2.84
$1.45
520125 Uro-Cath Small, 25mm 50/Pack $0.70
$105.00
$69.99
520130 Uro-Cath Medium, 30mm Each $0.01
$2.84
$1.45
520130 Uro-Cath Medium, 30mm 50/Pack $0.70
$105.00
$69.99
520135 Uro-Cath Large, 35mm Each $0.01
$2.84
$1.45
520135 Uro-Cath Large, 35mm 50/Pack $0.70
$105.00
$69.99
520140 Uro-Cath X-Large, 40mm Each $0.01
$2.84
$1.45
520140 Uro-Cath X-Large, 40mm 50/Pack $0.70
$105.00
$69.99

Urocare Uro-Cath Molded-Latex Male External Catheter


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  • Urofoam Adhesive Foam Strips:
    - Urofoam strips have a closed-cell structure, easy to apply and remove, hypo-allergenic and urine resistant which makes them perfect for securing male external urinary catheters to the body
    - They are available in either a single or double-sided adhesive coating
  • Uro-Prep Protective Skin Wipes:
    - Can be used under most types of adhesives
    - Protects delicate, sensitive skin from aggressive adhesives often used in conjunction with male external catheters and urinary or ostomy appliances
    - They are safe, effective and for external use only
  • Instructions for Use:
    Method A: Use Urofoam-1 Single-Sided Adhesive Foam Strip

    - Trim pubic hair if necessary. Thoroughly clean penis and let dry. Then place catheter over head of penis as shown in figure and unroll catheter sheath down entire penis shaft.
    - Remove paper liner from Urofoam-1 adhesive foam strip.
    - Starting just behind the head of the penis, with the adhesive side down, spiral-wrap the Urofoam-1 adhesive strip snugly around catheter.
    - Caution: To avoid circulation restriction, do not wrap the adhesive strip too tight Connect to drainage system and check periodically

    Method B: Use Urofoam-2 Double-Sided Adhesive Foam Strip
    - Trim pubic hair if necessary. Thoroughly clean penis and let dry.
    - Remove shorter paper liner Urofoam-2 adhesive foam strip.
    - Starting just behind the head of the penis, with the adhesive side down, spiral-wrap the Urofoam-2 approximately a 3/4 wrap. Then remove the second paper liner as needed and continue around the penis.
    - Caution: To avoid circulation restriction, do not wrap the adhesive strip too tight. Then place catheter over head of penis and unroll catheter sheath down entire penis shaft. Connect to drainage system and check periodically.

    Method C: Use Uro-Bond Brush-on Silicone Adhesive only
    - Trim pubic hair if necessary. Thoroughly clean penis and let dry.
    - To apply Uro-Bond silicone adhesive, paint penis shaft evenly with silicone adhesive—be certain to encircle entire penis shaft. Wait 1 minute to get tacky. - Unroll catheter sheath smoothly, making good contact with silicone adhesive. Press sheath firmly onto skin to remove any air pockets or creases in sheath to ensure a leak-proof seal.

    Method D: Use Uro-Bond and Constay Tape or Urofoam -1
    - Trim pubic hair if necessary. Thoroughly clean penis and let dry.
    - To apply Uro-Bond silicone adhesive, paint penis shaft evenly with silicone adhesive—be certain to encircle entire penis shaft. Wait 1 minute to get tacky
    - Unroll catheter sheath smoothly, making good contact with silicone adhesive. Press sheath firmly onto skin to remove any air pockets or creases in sheath to ensure a leak-proof seal.
    - Remove bead (rubber ring) if necessary
    - Cut enough Constay tape to encircle penis at least once or use a Urofoam -1 strip to encircle penis. Place the Constay or Urofoam -1 strip half on and half off the catheter sheath.
    - Connect to drainage system and check periodically

    Method E: Use: Uro-Bond and Constay Tape or Urofoam -1
    - Trim pubic hair if necessary. Thoroughly clean penis and let dry.
    - To apply Uro-Bond silicone adhesive, paint penis shaft evenly with silicone adhesive—be certain to encircle entire penis shaft. Wait 1 minute to get tacky - - Unroll catheter sheath smoothly, making good contact with silicone adhesive. Press sheath firmly onto skin to remove any air pockets or creases in sheath to ensure a leak-proof seal.
    - Reverse direction and unroll catheter sheath back up the penile shaft about 1" (2.5cm)
    - Cut enough Constay tape to encircle penis at least once or use a Urofoam -1 strip. Place the Constay or Urofoam -1 strip half on/half off the catheter sheath - Encircle at least once—press the Constay tape or Urofoam -1 strip firmly against the skin and catheter sheath
    - Reverse direction again and unroll the remaining catheter sheath back over the Constay tape or Urofoam -1 strip Connect to drainage system and check periodically

Specification

Catheter MaterialLatex
Catheter Size25mm

Adhesive Type

Non-Adhesive

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