Is a Foley Catheter the right Answer? A Foley catheter is a special urinary flexible tube device which is designed to be inserted through the urethra and into the bladder, either permanently or temporarily, to be used to help aid in the drainage of urine. A Foley usually has two separate channels. One allows for the drainage…

Stadium Pal / Stadium Gal Make Sporting Events More Fun! Avoid a Common Cause of a Urinary Infection Experienced After Sporting Events Did you know that a cause of a urinary infection can often be holding urine during sporting events for long periods of time? Some people do not like to use public restrooms or…

There are three main types of catheters; Two are internal- intermittent and indwelling- and a third, external. So, is one better than the other? Here, we will discuss the differences between the three and the side effects that one should know before using. Male External Catheters (MEC) External catheter systems, also commonly referred to as condom…

Spinal Cord Injury and Incontinence The Urinary System Following a Spinal Cord Injury: The Nerves that are close to the end of the spinal cord are what determines how well the urinart system works. Spinal cord injuries typically do not influence how, or how the kidneys work. The changes that typically take place following a…

Reusable Product Solutions for Incontinent Adults and Children Product Solutions for Incontinent Adults and Children If you have an adult or child in your family with health problems, incontinent reusable products may be a solution for their urination needs. There are solutions that help teach children how avoid wetting their beds as well as products…

External Female Catheter Urinary incontinence is a problem which affects many people. Unfortunately this is not always known – at times it is maybe assumed to only be a problem which really affects the elderly, especially those who are bedridden. But this is really not the case – there are huge numbers of people who…

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