A hydrophilic catheter, also known as a no-touch catheter. Learn all about hydrophilic coated catheters for intermittent catheterization.
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 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 are straight tubes of flexible plastic or rubber that are used to drain the body of urine when the person is not able to do so naturally. One end is rounded while the other is funnel shaped.
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