Cardinal Health Dover Male External Catheters




Learn about Cardinal Health Dover Uri-Drain Male External Catheter

Cardinal Health Dover Male External Catheters are made of a natural latex rolled sheath. They have a large diameter connector. Male external catheters are a non-invasive, no-mess option for patients. Large reinforced funnel area. Individually packaged. Different tip and catheter styles are available (Texas Style, Uri-Drain). The Dover Uri-Drain male external catheter is individually packaged, has a latex rolled sheath, and is a molded one piece. The Texas male external catheter is made of lightweight latex and a hard plastic tip.


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Application Male External Catheter
Brand Uri-Drain™
UNSPSC Code 42142720
Usage Single Patient Use
Manufacturer Cardinal
Additional Information:

Looking for a male external catheter that will fit you perfectly? Look no further than the Cardinal Health Dover Male External Catheters. This product comes in four different options, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Option 1 features an adhesive strap and a 1.3 inch diameter. Option 2 has a foam strap. Option 3 is a medium-sized catheter with an adhesive strap and a 1.1 inch diameter. And option 4 is a medium-sized catheter with a foam strap and a 1.1 inch diameter. No matter which option you choose, you can be sure you're getting a high-quality product that will get the job done.


What are catheters made of?

Catheters are made of rubber, silicone, and plastic (PVC).

What are red catheters used for?

Catheters are used to drain the bladder or urine and prevent kidney failure. They are used if an obstruction prevents urine from exiting the bladder or if a nerve weakness affects your ability to pee.

What are the 3 main types of catheters?

The 3 main types of catheters are indwelling (sits in the bladder), external (placed outside of the body), and short-term(used after surgery until the bladder empties).

How long can you wear male external catheters?

Male external catheters need to be changed at least once every 24 hours – or when needed.

Does Medicare cover external male catheters?

Medicare will cover external urinary collection devices for both males and females who have permanent urinary incontinence.

What is the difference between a foley catheter and an indwelling catheter?

Foley catheters and indwelling catheters are the same things.

What are the side effects of having a catheter?

Catheters can cause bladder spasms , urethra damage, leakages, and bacteria infections.