1. Stensballe J, Looms D, Nielsen PN, et al. Hydrophilic-coated catheters for intermittent catheterisation reduce urethral micro trauma: a prospective, randomised, participant-blinded, crossover study of three different types of catheters. Sponsored by Coloplast. EurUrol 2005;48(6):978–83, n=49.
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** Urethral bleeding (hematuria) and strictures
*** compared to uncoated catheters
**** The variants that were tested were: VaProTM*Coudé, VaProTM* Plus Pocket, Infyna ChicTM*, and LoFricTM* SenseTM*.
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SpeediCath® catheters are prescribed for use by paediatric patients (neonates to age 21) and adults who require bladder drainage due to chronic urine retention or post void residual volume (PVR). Before use, carefully read all of the instructions. Call your doctor if you think you have a UTI or can't pass the catheter into the bladder. For more information regarding risks, potential complications and product support, call Coloplast Corp. at 1-866-226-6362 and/or consult the website at www.coloplast.us