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Choosing The Best Female Catheter

The choice of catheter varies among men and women. Men have longer catheters compared to women because of the difference in anatomy. Female catheters are 6 inches long on average. However, compact catheters are also available. Find how to choose the best female catheter at HPFY.

Foley Catheter Sizes: How To Find The Right One?

Foley catheter sizes vary among children and adults. Also, there are male foley catheters and female foley catheters as per the size. The indwelling foley catheter is chosen as per the external diameter of the tube. The universal unit used for measuring the size is the “French size.”

All That You Need to Know About External Catheters for Men

External Catheter for men is less likely to cause CAUTI and catheter-associated urinary tract infections, and they are more comfortable and available to be used at home by the patient. Male external catheters are easy to use and cause fewer movement restrictions than indwelling or intermittent catheters. And mostly, they are non-invasive.

5 Tips for Pain-Free Foley Catheter Insertion

Is using a catheter supposed to hurt? No, inserting a catheter should not hurt, but if you are experiencing catheter pain while self-cathing, you can follow certain tips for foley catheter insertion to reduce pain and discomfort.

How and When to Use a Condom Catheter

One option for male incontinence is a condom catheter and Health Products for You can tell you how and when to use them.

How To Choose Catheter Funnels- Funnel End Catheters & Luer End Catheters

Today’s catheter market has a multitude of options for each urological patient. Your individual medical condition may dictate what type of catheter you can use, but there are options that can be personalized to your own likes and dislikes. We here at Health Products for You can help you navigate the confusion of the catheter market and find the one that may be right for you.

Pocket Catheters - A Brief Guide

Pocket catheters are the same as standard catheters, with the added feature of be concealable. They are discreet enough to be carried around in a pocket, a purse, briefcase, backpack, or makeup bag. Some pocket catheters are so compact that they can be hidden within the palm of the hand. They are packed in small packets and can be carried around in the pocket as the name suggests.

Intermittent Catheters – Buying Guide

Intermittent catheters are used when there is a need to empty the bladder occasionally. They are required to be inserted for a short duration, as & when required, to drain out the bladder completely.

Foley Catheters – Buying Guide

Foley Catheter helps in draining out urine from the bladder into a urine collection bag. It is a thin tube made of soft & flexible material that is inserted into the bladder to completely empty it.

Male External Catheters – Condom Catheters Buying Guide

Male external catheter (MEC), also known as condom catheter or texas catheter, is used to treat urine incontinence in men. It is a simple sheath that is worn on penis, just like a condom. End of the external urinary catheter is attached to a drainage tube which directs the flow of urine into a drainage bag. Many people prefer condom catheters over indwelling catheters because indwelling catheters require insertion through the urethra. External catheter for men is very simple and easy to use, as it is just required to be rolled on to the penis.

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Choosing The Best Female Catheter

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