Neil, SpeediCath® Compact Male user*
If you are living with a male bladder problem that requires catheterization, it is important that you feel comfortable catheterization routine. Use the video guides below to learn more about how to use intermittent catheters.
Users performing intermittent catheterization should follow the advice of their health care provider and consult the 'instructions for use' document delivered with the product
This how to guide is for men using a SpeediCath® Standard catheter while sitting.
This how to guide is for men using a SpeediCath® Standard catheter.
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SpeediCath® continues to set the standard for catheter design and performance. From opening to disposal, the new SpeediCath® Flex Coudé was designed to make every step of catheterization easier, so that you can be you. Watch the video to see how to use it the new catheter that is flexible, hygienic, soft and discreet.
There are many male catheter options, so it is important to take the time to decide which one is the best for you. With the help of your healthcare provider, you can find a solution that fits you physically and allows you to enjoy your lifestyle.
Important Safety Information: SpeediCath® catheters are indicated for use by patients with chronic urine retention and patients with a post void residual volume (PVR) due to neurogenic and non-neurogenic voiding dysfunction. The catheter is inserted into the urethra to reach the bladder allowing urine to drain. There is a separate SpeediCath Compact Set device intended for either males or females only. SpeediCath catheters are available by prescription only. Patients performing self-catheterization should follow the advice of, and direct questions about use of the product to, their medical professional. Before using the device, carefully read the product labels and information accompanying the device including the instructions for use which contain additional safety information. The SpeediCath catheter is for single-use only; discard it after use. If you experience symptoms of a urinary tract infection, or are unable to pass the catheter into the bladder, contact your healthcare professional. The risk information provided here is not comprehensive. To learn more, talk to your healthcare provider. For further information, call Coloplast Corp. at 1-866-226-6362 and/or consult the company website at www.coloplast.us.
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