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Cure Pediatric Catheter is designed with polished eyelets and an uncoated straight tip for optimal insertion and removal. The funnel end allows urine flow to be directed into the toilet with ease. These sterile intermittent catheters are available in four pediatric lengths for use by boys and girls. Cure Medical Pediatric Catheter is the only pediatric catheter available to consumers that have been FDA-reviewed for pediatric use.
Safe and FDA-Approved
Cure Medical Pediatric Intermittent Catheter is FDA-approved and made for optimal comfort and dependability while avoiding the use of any harmful chemicals or materials. These sterile catheters are free of natural rubber latex, DEHP/DINP, and BPA, providing a safe and hypoallergenic intermittent catheter for children. Cure Medical is committed to health and ethical practices which is evident in their promise to donate 10% of its net income to medical research in pursuit of a cure for spinal cord injuries and central nervous system disorders.
Features and Benefits
- Straight Tip and Fire-Polished Eyelets Help Provide Comfortable Insertion and Removal
- Funnel Ends Allow Urine Flow to be Directed into the Toilet with Ease During Catheterization
- Designed Specifically for Pediatric Use
- Sterile, Hypoallergenic, and Free of Harmful Chemicals
- Wide Range of Sizes from 8 French to 12 French
- Cure Medical Donates 10% of Net Income to Medical Research
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What is sterile intermittent catheterization?
A: Intermittent catheterization is recommended by pediatric healthcare providers to empty the bladder in order to keep a child's urinary system healthy and reduce urinary tract infections. The key to sterile catheterization is avoiding contact with the catheter which can be achieved with the use of gloves like NACOSA's Nitrile Medical Exam Gloves.
Q: How often should children be catheterized?
A: Healthcare providers will let patients know how often sterile intermittent catheterization should be performed. Normally, catheterization is performed every four hours beginning upon waking up and ending at bedtime. Some children are catheterized more frequently depending on circumstances. School nurses will be able to assist children with catheterization during the school day.
Q: Can children be taught sterile self-intermittent catheterization?
A: For children with good dexterity, flexibility, and coordination, self-catheterization is a possibility. Most children are able to learn the process with ease, but it is important that parents still supervise to make sure they are using the proper technique.
- Cure Medical
- Brand: Cure Catheter
- Item Numbers: P8, P10, P12, P14
- HCPCS: A4351
- UNSPSC Code: 42142702
- Application: Intermittent Urethral Catheter
- Type: Single-Use
- Eyes: Polished Eyelets
- Style: Straight Tip
- Usage: Disposable
- User: Pediatric
- Sex: Unisex
- Material: Uncoated PVC
- Sterile: Yes
- Latex-Free: Yes
- DEHP/DINP-Free: Yes
- BPA-Free: Yes
Manuals and Documents
Cure Pediatric Catheters (0:24 minutes)
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