Incontinence products for intermittent self-catheterisation
What is intermittent self-catheterisation?
Intermittent self-catheterisation is a method by which the bladder can be emptied with the use of a catheter and carried out by you. This may be necessary if you are unable to empty your bladder fully or at all.
What is a catheter?
A catheter is a hollow tube with special holes called eyelets. When a catheter is inserted and eyelets enter the bladder they allow the urine to drain into the catheter and out of the body.
The Curan catheter range
The new Curan catheters are designed for people with incontinence who carry out intermittent self-catheterisation. All the catheters feature polished eyelets making insertion and removal easy and preventing irritation. Curan catheters are all supplied in individual sterile single use pouches.
Please note: you should not use intermittent self-catheterisation products without first consulting a healthcare professional.