Category: New to Cathing
Are you experiencing pain when you use catheters? Get our top tips for making catheterization more smooth and comfortable!
Looking for the best catheters for women? Find out about the three main sub-categories of female intermittent catheters to learn which may be the right kind for your needs!
Intermittent catheterization can seem overwhelming, especially when you’re new to it. 180 Medical is here to help with a few of the basics of cathing.
Have you recently been told you need to use coudé catheters and need some more information? Find out more about the coudé insertion tip in our latest blog.
Curious about what difference the right catheter eyelet type could make for you? Learn more about eyelets in our latest blog.
Being told you need to begin using catheters isn’t the easiest news in the world, but there are resources and ways to make the change smooth and simple to incorporate into one’s daily life. Learn more with our latest blog.
While there’s no shame in having to use catheters, it’s understandable to want to carry your catheters as covertly as possible. Learn more about some tried and true options for toting your catheter supplies during the day with our latest blog.
Are you new to using self catheters? 180 Medical has some helpful tips to get you started on the right track.
Curious about intermittent catheterization as an option for draining your bladder? Learn more about the benefits with our latest blog.
Curious about one of the most advanced types of intermittent catheters? Learn more about closed system catheters, their components, and the potential advantages.
Are you new to self-catheterization and feeling a little nervous about transitioning to self-cathing in a public restroom when you’re on the go? Get some helpful tips from a catheter user on staff.
If you’re researching what kinds of catheters are available for men, you may be overwhelmed by the choices out there. Learn more about the three main types of catheters most commonly prescribed for males with our latest blog.