Male Catheter Finder: Suggestions

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Based on your responses, we would recommend the catheter SpeediCath® Flex. As you prefer a urine bag, we suggest adding the urine bag Conveen® Security+ leg bag to your sampling.

SpeediCath® Flex
SpeediCath® Flex

SpeediCath® Flex is a soft catheter with a dry-sleeve and a flexible tip. It has a range of features designed to make every step of catheterisation easy for you. The new & improved packaging is easy to open, easy to close, and completely aluminium-free, reducing its CO2 footprint.

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SpeediCath® Flex is a soft catheter with a dry-sleeve and a flexible tip. It has a range of features designed to make every step of catheterisation easy for you. The new & improved packaging is easy to open, easy to close, and completely aluminium-free, reducing its CO2 footprint.

SpeediCath® Flex is a soft catheter with a dry-sleeve and a flexible tip. It has a range of features that makes every step of catheterisation easy for you and is designed for both normal and more complex male anatomies with bends and curves in the urethra.

Conveen® Security+ leg bag
Conveen® Security+ leg bag

Secure and reliable urinary collection bag with anti-kink tubing to prevent accidental leakage. Free of PVC and phthalates.

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Secure and reliable urinary collection bag with anti-kink tubing to prevent accidental leakage. Free of PVC and phthalates.

  • Choice of clamp or lever tap
  • Clamp outlet makes it easy to verify proper closure
  • Lever tap is easy to operate
  • Soft backing for increased wearing comfort
  • Anti-kink tubing reduces risk of backflow and prevents accidental leakage
  • Free of PVC and phthalates
  • Optional needle free sample port (unique) eliminating the risk of needle stick injury
  • Extended outlet tube prevents contact with urine when emptying
  • Discreet and current design
  • Color scheme for less visibility under clothing
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IMPORTANT

If you have any concerns or issues with catheter insertion, or if you use a special type of tip, e.g. a Tiemann/ Coudé, you should always consult your nurse or doctor before trying a new type of catheter.

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