Now Medicare, the Veterans Administration and the FDA all agree. Catheters should NOT be re-sterilized and reused. Click here to learn more about how to take advantage of this new alert...
Self catheter care:
If you need to wear a catheter due to bladder issues, you will not want to run to the hospital everyday so that the nurse or health care professional will cleanse it for you. You will learn how to do it yourself; this procedure is called self-catheterization.
If you’d like more information about Liberator Medical’s Catheter Supply-Care Program*, call us toll-free today at 1-800-792-1172.
*Co-payments, deductibles and conditions apply.
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Catheter Bag Care • Catheter Care • Catheter Insertion • Catheter Supply Care • Self Catheter Care
Female Catheter Information: Types of Female Catheters
Female Catheter Care • Female Catheter Insertion • Female Urinary Catheter • Female UTI • SpeediCath Compact • Cure Twist
Foley Catheter Information: Foley Catheter Types
Foley Catheters • Foley Catheter Care • Foley Catheter Insertion • Foley Catheter Removal
Male Catheter Information: Types of Male Catheters
GeeWhiz Male External Catheter • Male Catheter Insertion • Male Urinary Tract Infections
Additional Catheter Information: Catheter Types
Catheter Insertion • Catheter Pain • Female Catheter Insertion • Intermittent Catheterization • Male Catheter Insertion • Why have a Catheter Supply Care Plan?
Incontinence Solution : • GeeWhiz Male External Catheter
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