How to Self-Catheterize
Using a Straight Catheter or Coudé Catheter For Males
Intermittent catheters require manual lubrication prior to insertion.
First, you may want to try applying lubricating jelly by tearing or trimming off both ends of your lubricant packet. Next, slide the catheter back and forth through the packet to fully coat it (as shown below).
Catheter Instructional Videos
A message about intermittent catheters from 180 Medical Founder, Todd Brown.
This video from the National Association for Continence (NAFC) shows men how to perform self-catheterization.
Instructional video on how to use the SpeediCath® Flex Coude Pro Intermittent Catheter while standing.
Instructional video on how to use the SpeediCath® Flex Coude Pro Intermittent Catheter in a Wheelchair.
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Instructional video for using the VaPro hydrophilic intermittent catheter using a male anatomical model.
This video demonstrates how to use the VaPro to gain the maximum benefits of the features of the VaPro products.
This video shows how to use a urinary catheter, in particular, coude catheters that have a curved tip, making them easier to navigate into the bladder.
See how to use MTG EZ-Gripper Urinary Catheter designed for people with limited hand dexterity.
This video shows how to use an Intermittent Urinary Catheter with a straight tip.
This video shows how to use a Hydrophilic Male Urinary Catheter that has a straight tip. MTG’s hydrophilic lubrication makes straight catheter insertion easy with less irritation.