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FAQ’s

Common Questions About Catheters

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Catheter Care

  • How does female catheter care work?
  • How does male catheter care work?
How does female catheter care work?

Catheterization of the female patient is traditionally performed without the use of local anesthetic gel to facilitate catheter insertion. But since there are no lubricating glands in the female urethra (as found in the male urethra), the risk of trauma …

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How does male catheter care work?

Patients using intermittent catheterization as treatment of incontinence or retention will have a period of adjustment as they try to establish a catheterization schedule adequate for their normal fluid intake. The urinary drainage system should be kept …

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Catheter Options

  • What types of catheters are available?
  • What female catheter options are available?
  • What male catheter options are available?
What types of catheters are available?

Southlake Medical offers intermittent, hydrophilic and closed system catheters from major brands, such as Bard, Coloplast-Mentor, Astra Tech and many more.

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What female catheter options are available?

Southlake Medical carries a wide range of female intermittent, hydrophilic and closed system catheters available through major manufacturers – Astra Tech, Bard, Coloplast-Mentor, Hollister, MTG (Medical Technologies of Georgia), Rusch, Cure and Rochester.

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What male catheter options are available?

Southlake Medical carries a wide range of male intermittent, hydrophilic and closed system catheters available through major manufacturers – Astra Tech, Bard, Coloplast-Mentor, Hollister, MTG (Medical Technologies of Georgia), Rusch, Cure and Rochester.

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Urinary Incontinence

  • What options are available to help with female urinary incontinence?
What options are available to help with female urinary incontinence?

To diagnose the problem, your doctor will first ask about symptoms and medical history. Your pattern of voiding and urine leakage may suggest the type of incontinence you have. Thus, many specialists begin with having you fill out a bladder diary over several days. These diaries can reveal obvious factors that can help define …

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