External Catheters

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External Catheters come in handy when the patient suffers from light to moderate incontinence. It wins several hearts owing to its comfort and lack of pain. It has nothing to do with your bladder; it takes the bull directly by the horn if you like. It is directly attached to the penile shaft in the manner of a condom, so to speak. That is why it is often referred to as a condom catheter. Nowadays, male condom catheters are getting brisk attachment gestures. You have the Velcro closures or the effective straps. You can also opt for self sealing catheters or self adhering ones to facilitate the process and your comfort. These have given the world of urological a new dimension. It is worn like a condom, as suggested and the fitting is snugly enough to ensure that there is no leak on to the groin area, for that can be the rise of bacterial spread and colonization. Male catheters are properly secured with polypropylene exterior layered with vinyl so you remain free and safe from external contamination, Yet, it shouldn't stay too long attached to the penile shaft for fear of urinary infection. They pass of the voided urine directly to a collection device through an attached tube. The collection bag should ideally be capacious and fool-proof; flexible enough to expand and contain more input and should drain out easily. The tube should also be leak proof and the entire setup needs to be splash resistance. Women often get envious at not having similar contraption, but there is a stainless steel variation for them that inserts into the vaginal area and collects the urine from there. You have to cut the male catheter into half moon to suit your shaft. It comes in different sizes, keeping in mind that different people have different penile girth. Since it relates only to the upper section of the penis, penile length is of no consideration here. In effect, condom catheters resemble a half-cut suction pump. Now, people prefer one piece external catheters that come along with the tube and collection bag. The bag can be hung on the bed stall or wheelchair for the benefit of immobile people. The tube should logically be cut and placed to semantics or else it can hamper the urinary flow and fluid pathway. The collection bag has flanges and anti re-flux so the fluid doesn't revert back. It is essential to remember that it is preferable to use intermittent catheter systems to tackle long-term treatment. This should only be used on temporary basis when the situation of patient is not serious. Male external catheters actually give best results only till a whole day after which they should be disposed off. Earlier, people would have the tendency to use late external catheters but since it has been revealed that they lead voraciously to infections and contamination, vinyl and polypropylene versions have gained an upsurge in sales. It is necessary to buy catheters from reputes stores and portals to ensure guaranteed quality. With the help of fanny packs and special arrangement, you can also continue some of your daily works with the setup in place. People tend to prefer external catheters since they don’t involve insertion and there is no pain or discomfort. They should still be silicone-braced to accord due comfort to the penile area that is highly sensitive. The Velcro attachment should also be wide enough so there is no discomfort while keeping the setup for more than a few hours. You can alternatively use hydro-colloid sheaths that have great adhesive disposition. If the penile size is too short, you can use the pop-on variation that also comes with a clear exterior so you can check the status of the penis without removing the external catheter. You can give a cursory glance to the size chart to assess which size of male external catheters suits you most. An-ill fitting condom catheter can be a tad disconcerting.
External Catheters

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