Male Catheter Finder: Suggestions

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Based on your responses, we would recommend SpeediCath® Flex.

SpeediCath® Flex
SpeediCath® Flex

Every detail makes it easy

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Every detail makes it easy

SpeediCath Flex is a new soft catheter with a dry-sleeve and flexible tip. It has a range of features that make every step of catheterisation easy for you. The flexible tip enables gentle guidance through the curves and bends of the male urethra.

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SpeediCath® Compact Male is a firm catheter, so in most cases you will be able to insert the catheter without touching the coated part even though it is without a sleeve.  

SpeediCath® Compact Male
SpeediCath® Compact Male

SpeediCath Compact Male is the discreet and instantly ready to use catheter for men. The revolutionary and award-winning design offers unrivalled discretion without compromising safety or convenience.

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SpeediCath Compact Male is the discreet and instantly ready to use catheter for men. The revolutionary and award-winning design offers unrivalled discretion without compromising safety or convenience.

SpeediCath Compact Male is designed for discretion by being approximately half the size of standard catheters and by offering a non-medical look. The compact design makes SpeediCath Compact Male more convenient to store, carry and dispose without compromising the ease of use.

SpeediCath Compact Male has a unique hydrophilic coating and polished eyelets designed to reduce friction and increase comfort, thereby minimising the risk of urethral damage.

 

The benefits of SpeediCath Compact Male:

  • The most compact catheter for men
  • Compact and practical, both in and out of the home
  • Can be inserted without touching coated section
  • 100% re-sealable after use
  • Instantly ready to use due to the unique hydrophilic coating
  • PVC- and phthalate-free, ensuring your health is never compromised and limiting the environmental impact
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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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