For Catheter Customers
Have you been told you need to start using urinary catheters? 180 Medical is here for your journey, every step of the way.
With beginnings rooted in our founder Todd Brown’s spinal cord injury that requires him to use catheters every day, along with over a decade of experience specializing in intermittent catheter supplies, you can rest assured that our fully-trained Catheter Specialists know our products inside and out.
From billing and insurance product coverage to catheter types and how to get your first order, we’ve got the answers to your FAQs about your catheter supply orders.
180 Medical is contracted with Medicare, state Medicaid programs, and a wide and growing range of private insurance plans. Get more information about insurance coverage for your catheters here.
Some of us know firsthand just how painful it can be to live with recurrent urinary tract infections. We have some helpful tips on how to reduce the risk of UTIs for catheter-users.
New to cathing? 180 Medical is happy to help! Check out our detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to catheterize for men, women, and children. These include detailed tips for closed system catheters, hydrophilic catheters, and straight or coudé tip catheters.
We believe an educated customer is a happy, healthy customer. Find a wealth of information here, including educational articles about conditions like Spina Bifida and spinal cord injuries, risks of reusing catheters, and more.
Cathing can become second nature to your child with some easy adjustments. Get fun activities and full-color educational materials that help your child become familiarized with the idea of self-cathing by joining our Kids Club today.
Get more information about the basics of intermittent catheters, including French sizes, lengths, funnels, materials, and the main types of catheters here.
With such a wide variety of urinary catheters out there, we fully understand the need to try out some catheter options before committing to a full order. Contact us today!