Conveen Optima Male External Catheter

Many medical conditions may make it difficult to urinate. This can negatively affect patients’ lives and make living alone or going to work complicated.

Fortunately, urinary catheters offer an easy and effective solution. For over 3,500 years, these devices have been used by physicians to help individuals empty their bladders. Today, this simple concept has been refined to include several types of catheters made from silicone, rubber, and plastic.

How Do Catheters Work?
A catheter consists of a flexible, hollow tube through which urine can easily travel. The tube is inserted into the urinary tract through the urethra until it reaches the bladder. To keep the device in place, the end inside the body has an attached balloon filled with water until it’s time to remove the catheter. The end of the tube outside the body is connected to a drainage bag, which can be changed as necessary.

Catheters are integral to health in urinary retention, as an overfull bladder can create kidney damage. At worst, it can result in kidney failure.

What Are the Benefits of Their Use?
Catheters can do a great deal to improve patients’ lives. For example, having a catheter can provide more freedom to individuals with urinary incontinence, as they don’t have to worry about being near a restroom while out and about. This freedom to participate in social activities can also decrease loneliness and increase individuals’ feelings of value. It can also help alleviate the shame that sometimes accompanies urinary incontinence.

These devices may also be more convenient than alternatives such as absorbent pads. For example, when you use a catheter, you don’t have to worry about uncomfortable wetness.

Who Should Use a Catheter?
Whether you should use a catheter ultimately depends on your doctor’s orders. A physician may recommend catheter use in the following instances:

  • Spina bifida
  • Bladder muscles are affected by medication
  • A medical condition impairs mental function
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Bladder nerve damage
  • Hysterectomy, hip fracture repair, or other surgery to the genital area
  • Prostate surgery
  • Enlarged prostate
  • Blood clots in your urine
  • Kidney or bladder stones

In many cases, a catheter is a temporary solution until individuals can regulate their bladders independently. However, in cases of chronic urinary retention or incontinence, it can be used on a permanent basis.

Which Urinary Catheters Do We Offer?
We offer a variety of catheter supplies to ensure customers can find the right device for their needs. All of our provided supplies are of the highest quality and include options for both men and women.

Cure Catheter Closed System Kit
This full kit includes everything you need to insert the catheter:

  • An underpad
  • A sterile wipe
  • A pair of gloves
  • Three povidone-iodine swabs
  • A non-staining BZK wipe
  • The Cure Catheter

Having all your supplies in one sterile package makes insertion more convenient and is especially useful for individuals who travel. The pre-lubricated tip and polished eyelets also make the process more comfortable. This device contains no natural rubber latex, BPA, or DEHP/DINP.

Cure Ultra Catheter
If you’re looking for a catheter that eliminates the mess of insertion, the Cure Ultra Catheter is a great option. Removing a lubricated catheter from the package can result in drips, which is why Cure Medical created the CoverAll application process. This ensures lubricant is evenly distributed across the entire tube, facilitating smooth insertion without the hassle of cleaning up lubricant afterward.

Cure Pocket Catheter
Individuals who need a convenient, discreet catheter for use on the go will appreciate the Pocket Catheter from Cure Medical. Packaged to fit in a bag or pocket, this U-shaped catheter comes with either a coude or straight tip and polished eyelets for comfortable and quick insertion. The kit also includes the following:

  • Underpad
  • 1,500 mL collection bag
  • BZK wipe
  • Packet of lubricant

Cure Catheter Classic Design
These catheters are available in both female and male lengths and are single-use. You can order either coude or straight tip. Additionally, the male styles may be ordered with or without a hydrophilic coating.

Conveen Optima Male External Catheter
If you’re unable or don’t want to use an interior catheter, the Conveen Optima Male External Catheter was made for you. Instead of being inserted into the urethra, this catheter goes over the top like a condom and is secured in place by adhesive. A comfortable way to manage urinary incontinence, this catheter has anti-leakage features, and it easy to apply.

Why Buy From MedEnvios Healthcare?
MedEnvios Healthcare is dedicated to providing the best catheter supplies to our customers. Our online store allows individuals from all over the U.S. to purchase the medical equipment they need with maximum convenience. Once your order is placed, we’ll ship your items directly to your home. With our easy-to-use system, you can make sure you always have access to the devices you need to stay healthy and comfortable.

Not only has the BBB awarded MedEnvios Healthcare an A+ rating, but we’re also a member of the American Association for Homecare, accredited by the Board of Certification and licensed by Medicare. That means you can always count on us for the highest quality customer service. For more information or to see the supplies we offer, take a look here.

Cure Catheter Closed System Kit

by Cure Medical

Sterile, single-use catheter closed system for men and women.

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Cure Ultra Catheter

by Cure Medical

Sterile, single-use catheter for men and women.

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Cure Pocket Catheter

by Cure Medical

Sterile, single use, U-shaped catheter for men.

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Cure Catheter Classic Design

by Cure Medical

Sterile, single-use catheter for men and women.

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Conveen Optima Male External Catheter

by Coloplast

For men to treat urinary incontinence.

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Conveen Optima Male External Catheter

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