Straight Tip Intermittent Catheters
These catheters are used for intermittent self-catheterization. A procedure in which the patient periodically passes a catheter through the urethra into the bladder for the purpose of emptying it of urine. Intermittent catheters are used to help manage chronic retention and large residual urine volumes, often due to neuropathic bladder in both male and female patients. A straight tip catheter can also be referred to as a traditional intermittent catheter, the straight tip catheter is what a majority of people use. We have many types of straight tip intermittent catheters to choose from.
Who uses this type of catheter?
Men and women who have a condition called Urinary Retention. This is when the bladder is unable to empty the bladder on its own. The use of a straight tip intermittent catheter is a simple way to solve this problem. Here are some conditions that may require the use of a straight tip catheter.
  •  Easier insertion
  •  Covered my most insurance companies
  •  One time use
  •  Stop Cleaning and using dirty catheters
What sizes do they come in?
Straight tip intermittent catheters range in sizes from an 8Fr to 18 Fr. The smallest size starts at an 8 French and the largest sizes go up to 18 french. Your doctor will decide what size is right for you.-Fill out the form on this page or give us a call. We will help you pick the catheter that is right for you!
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