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Catheter - Definition and description

Urgent Medical Update for Catheter Users.

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...

A catheter is a piece of tubing which is usually made of latex, silicone or polyurethane. The most common type of catheter is the urinary catheter.

A urinary catheter allows urine to drain from the bladder for collection and for medical and laboratory tests. Usually a medical clinician or nurse performs a catheterization, but you can also learn self-catheterization.

Catheters come in many different sizes. Oftentimes, a person having an indwelling catheter over a number of years will need to increase in catheter size over time due to stretching of the urinary meatus. Each catheter has an inflatable balloon at the end. The smaller sized catheters have a smaller sized balloon, which holds 5 ml of sterile water; thus, the larger catheters have a larger balloon which can hold up to 30 ml of sterile water. The inflatable balloons keep the catheter intact and prevent urine from leaking out.

The most commonly known type of catheter is the Foley catheter, but there is another type called the Robinson or Intermittent catheter. The Intermittent catheter is designed for one time use, like to get urine samples. The Robinson catheter doesn’t have a balloon on it like the Foley catheter does.

There are other types of catheters which aren’t indwelling. External catheters are worn by the male over his penis. An external catheter is also called a condom catheter and is also known as a Texas catheter. The external catheter is ideal for men who are at risk for developing urinary tract infections from the insertion of an indwelling or an intermittent catheter.

The Company For Your Catheter Needs:

Liberator Medical is a leading provider of urinary catheters and urological supplies, we provide you the urology products you need in a caring and helpful manner. We view each of our customers as a unique individual with specific needs, so our Catheter Supply-Care Specialists are trained to meet the customer’s needs in the most respectful and considerate way possible.

Our Liberator Medical catheter supplies include both female catheters and male catheters, offering you catheter supplies from all of the major urological manufacturers that you trust – Bard, Mentor, Coloplast, Cure, Hollister, Astra Tech, Rochester Medical, Rusch, Kendall, and Cure. Be sure to check out the new SpeediCath Compact female catheter.

We carry all types of catheters and catheter accessories such as indwelling catheters, intermittent catheters, external catheters, Texas or condom catheters, catheter bags, and more.

Whatever your cathing need, our job at Liberator Medical is to fulfill it as quickly and effortlessly as possible. We understand that dealing with insurance companies and filling out paperwork is a tedious and difficult process, so simplify your life by using Liberator Medical to supply your urological needs.

We are an Accredited Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance provider that continues to help thousands of people qualify for their catheter supplies with no upfront costs! We handle all of your billing so you never have to fill out a claim form again. We deliver your urinary catheters and urological supplies right to your home with free shipping, and contact you when it’s time for you to reorder, so you have your catheter supplies when you need them at your door.  

If you’d like more information about Liberator Medical’s Catheter Supply-Care Program, call us toll-free today at 1-888-244-0789

*Co-payments, deductibles and conditions apply.



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If you're covered by Medicare and have a doctor's prescription you can qualify for Single-Use through our Catheter Supply-Care Program. Click here for more information.


*Co-payments, deductibles and conditions apply.