Urology Supplies

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Dover Irrigation Tray -Case of 20
Dover Irrigation Tray
Sale priceFrom $10.99
KenGuard Piston Irrigation Tray -Each
KenGuard Piston Irrigation Tray
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Busse Catheter Plug - 221945_CS - 1
Busse Catheter Plug
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Carex Female Urinal - 449472_CS - 1
Carex Female Urinal
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Cath Mate Ii Leg Stap - 345357_EA - 1
Cath Mate Ii Leg Stap
Sale price$8.99
Cath Secure Holder - 192067_BX - 1
Cath Secure Holder
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Coloplast Assura Bedside Night Bag - 473533_BX - 1
Coloplast Assura Bedside Night Bag
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Comfortpan Bariatric Bedpan - 779609_CS - 1
Comfortpan Bariatric Bedpan
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Conveen Contour Leg Bag - 551101_BX - 1
Conveen Contour Leg Bag
Sale price$97.99
Conveen Leg Bag Strap - 187445_BX - 1
Conveen Leg Bag Strap
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Conveen Security+ Drainage Bag - 551125_BX - 1
Conveen Security+ Drainage Bag
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Conveen Security+ Urinary Leg Bag - 913657_BX - 1
Conveen Security+ Urinary Leg Bag
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Dale Leg Strap - 446494_BX - 1
Dale Leg Strap
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Dover Leg Strap - 161350_EA - 1
Dover Leg Strap
Sale price$4.99
Dover Urinary Extension Tube - 50203_CS - 1
Dover Urinary Extension Tube
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Dynarex Irrigation Kit With Piston Syringe - 735167_EA - 1
Fig Leaf Lite Urinary Drain Bag - 844525_BX - 1
Fig Leaf Lite Urinary Drain Bag
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At the heart of this category are catheters – indispensable tools for those needing assistance in bladder emptying. Available in multiple types, including intermittent, external, and indwelling, catheters are crafted with patient comfort and ease of use in mind. For those seeking discretion and simplicity, self-catheterization kits offer a convenient solution, ensuring privacy and independence.

Incontinence products form another crucial part of urology supplies, catering to the needs of individuals experiencing varying degrees of urinary incontinence. From highly absorbent adult diapers and protective underwear to discreet pads and guards, these products are designed to provide maximum protection, odor control, and skin health. The focus is on preserving dignity and quality of life, allowing users to engage confidently in their daily activities.

For healthcare professionals, diagnostic and surgical supplies are available to facilitate urological procedures and assessments. These include sterile gloves, specimen collection containers, surgical instruments, and advanced equipment for urodynamic testing, ensuring precision and safety in every procedure.

Innovation is a constant in the field of urology supplies, with ongoing advancements aimed at enhancing product functionality, comfort, and user autonomy. Features such as antimicrobial coatings, skin-friendly materials, and intuitive designs reflect the industry's commitment to meeting the evolving needs of patients and healthcare providers alike.

Whether for short-term recovery or long-term management, the urology supplies category offers a comprehensive range of products, each designed to provide relief, preserve dignity, and support the active lifestyles of individuals navigating the complexities of urological health conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions about Urology Supplies

Urology products are used to diagnose, treat, and manage conditions related to the urinary tract and male reproductive system, including urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, kidney stones, prostate issues, and erectile dysfunction.

The right type of urinary catheter depends on your specific medical condition, lifestyle, and the recommendation of your healthcare provider. Consider factors such as the duration of catheter use, size and type of catheter, and personal comfort.

Yes, there are incontinence products specifically designed for both men and women, including incontinence pads, underwear, and external devices that cater to the anatomical differences and specific needs of each gender.

While generally safe, there's a risk of urinary tract infections, especially with long-term use. Minimize risks by maintaining proper hygiene, regular catheter changes, and following your healthcare provider's instructions.

Consult with a healthcare professional to diagnose your condition, recommend appropriate products, and provide instructions on how to use them safely and effectively.

Some products, like certain supplements or urine test strips, can be used at home. However, ensure to have a proper medical diagnosis and follow your healthcare provider's advice for any treatment plan.

The frequency depends on the type of catheter and your specific medical condition. Follow the guidelines provided by your healthcare provider to prevent infections and other complications.

Yes, options include biodegradable incontinence pads or catheters made from sustainable materials. Research and consult with your healthcare provider to find suitable and environmentally friendly options.

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