Tag: Catheters

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Discreet Ways to Hide Catheters and Incontinence Supplies

Catheterization and incontinence management can be a personal matter for…

Medicare’s Recent Change to the Number of Covered Catheters Per Month

Do you find that your monthly orders of sterile intermittent…

Is DEHP in Catheters Harmful?

Have you ever seen a label on the packaging of…

All About Catheter Eyelets

Curious about what difference the right catheter eyelet type could make for you? Learn more about eyelets in our latest blog.

Advantages of Intermittent Cathing

Curious about intermittent catheterization as an option for draining your bladder? Learn more about the benefits with our latest blog.

Understanding the Difference Between Catheter Types

If you’ve been told you may need to use a catheter, you probably have many questions about the process and what kind to use. Learn more about the two main types of catheters with our latest blog.

Does It Matter What Brand of Catheter You Use?

While your doctor is the best resource in determining what type of catheter is best for you to use, there are some decisions you can make on your own, such as what brand of catheter. Learn more in our latest blog.

The History of Catheters

There’s a long and rich history behind the creation of the intermittent urinary catheter. Learn more here!

Catheters 101: The Basic Components of Your Intermittent Catheter

New to using catheters? Learn more about the basics of intermittent catheters – from top to bottom!

Catheter Materials: An Overview

Curious about what the differences are between the various kinds of catheter materials available today? Learn more about the 3 most common catheter materials here, including red rubber, vinyl, and silicone intermittent catheters.

Urinary Catheter Sizes

Unsure of what size intermittent catheter you should use? Start here to learn more!

What Do the Symbols on My Catheter Package Mean?

Curious what all those symbols and numbers on your catheters are about? Get the scoop here.