Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter

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Features

Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter

  • Self-sealing male external catheter
  • Push ring for secure connection to leg bag
  • Skin friendly, strong adhesive
  • Pull-tab for easy application
  • Transparent
  • Anti-kink bulb
  • Latex-free

Product Overview

Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter

Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter


Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter features push ring for easier connection to a leg bag and an anti-kink bulb to prevent back flow or urine. Integrated skin-friendly adhesive is gentle yet stays in place. Pull-tab enables easy application. Transparent to allow easy monitoring of skin.

  • One-piece catheter features an integrated band of skin-friendly, secure adhesive
  • Integrated pull tab system enables easier, faster application - gloves don't come in contact with adhesive
  • Unique push ring provides easy and secure connectino to drainage bag
  • Transparent materials facilitate monitoring of skin
  • Anti-kink bulb prevent twisting and kinking that can result in backflow of urine
  • Latex - free


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Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter

5225 - Small 25mm - Each - $1.47

5235H - Large 35mm - Each - $1.53

5240H - X-Large 40mm - Each - $1.58

5230H - Medium 30mm - Each - $1.65

5235H - Large 35mm - Box of 100 - $138.65

5230H - Medium 30mm - Box of 100 - $149.96

5225H - Small 25mm - Box of 100 - $152.59



Conveen Security+ Self-Sealing Male External Catheter Reviews Summary

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4 out of 4 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (3)
Easy Storage (2)
Sturdy (2)
Lightweight (2)
Top Cons

SOMETIMES HARD TO STAY ON (1)
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Elderly (2)
Bedtime (1)
1-4 of 4 reviews
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I would buy this product again & again

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Easy to use.
Best Uses:
Disabled.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Product stays in place better than others we've tried. Product is more comfortable than others we've tried. Easy to use.

by Charlie from Loxahatchee, FL
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
This is a great product!! Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight. Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

it's a product that keeps the patient dry over a length of time. (Its being used at night) Keeping the patient dry is very important in keeping the skin rash free.

by Al from Havelock, NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
USER FRIENDLY PRODUCT Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy. Lightweight.
Cons:
SOMETIMES HARD TO STAY ON.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
disabled.

EASY TO USE, PULL TAB TO HELP YOU PULL ON, PULLS ON LIKE REGULAR CONDOM.

by AL from HAVELOCK,NC
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Great for Nighttime Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Safe.
Best Uses:
Bedtime.
Describe Yourself:
MS Patient.

I do not use this during the day when I need 100% assurance it won't fail. However, if I only need a condom catheter at night this is excellent. It comes off the next morning easily without irritation. It doesn't pop off at night ever.

by wheelchairmser from Houston, Texas
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The Conveen Optima 30mm comes off after a few hours so I am using 4 or 5 per day i was checked and told I have the right size so what do I do now is there a glue that would help
Asked on Feb 7, 2013 11:10:59 PM by gh from usa
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My husband only uses it at night and we have no problem,. However, we use narrow self-adhesing surgical tape instead of the plastic ring it comes with. I would try that.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 11:19:29 AM by atlgrl from atlanta
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I have used condom catheters for my husband since 2007. Your post on the Conveen Optima is showing up on the conveen self-sealing catheter page. I have used both. The Self-sealing item was my catheter of choice until the manufacturer changed them a year or so ago and they no longer stay on like they used to. The also now cut into my husband's penis more so than before at the base. It's because they are moving and not as secure, so these now are harder to keep on. The Conveen Optima is now my catether of choice. It stays on better than any other and doesn't cut as much because it is more secure. But you can't just rely on any condom catheter without other actions. Over the years, it has become a talent and nurses have marveled at how I can get them to stay on. First, don't be shy and push the head of the penis well into the catheter before beginning to roll it down. Before it gets all the way down, I place a small piece of soft gauze near the base where the silicone/latex of he catheter would otherwise meet the testicles and potentially cut into the base of the penis with sitting in wheelchairs all day(I cut Kendall gauze eye patches in half with the round end up so the catheter rolls over it more easily). If their are already sores there, add some Neosporin to the wound and then place the gauze over it to promote healing. Then complete rolling the catheter over the gauze leaving about an 1/8 of an inch of the flat edge of the gauze sticking out at the base of the penis to cushion it against the testicles. The result should be that the catheter has been stretched on so that it reaches all the way down the shaft and mostly over the gauze at the base. Next I encircle the base of the catheter loosely with some foam tape(the tape is fully around the bottom/base of the catheter not on the skin and not too tight or the edge of the tape may cut into the skin). I use the foam tape because it can stretch with any changes in the penis during the day and not cut into the skin. Finally, I cut Posey foam trachea collars in half and wrap one half around the catheter just above the tape somewhat firmly to keep the penis from retracting down the catheter shaft but not too tight to hurt or prevent urine flow. My husband is very active in his wheelchair, up for about 16 hours each day. I do give his skin a 4 to 5 hour break every other night once he's on his back securing his penis into a "Ursec" nonspill urinal between his legs with some tissue above his penis and taped in place over the opening to keep him inside the urinal. Finally, I've found one of the main reasons catheters come off is because the tubing to the bag is twisted or kinked. Even the non-kinked tops of catheters can't help with a twisted tube or a tube/bag not allowing urine to flow out and away from the catheter. Also, be sure your urine bag's tube is not to small in diameter or the pressure of urinating can backflow and help loosen the catheters. I use Freedom Fas-tap leg bag kits. I so hope this helps...
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 11:53:22 AM by Smitten with Hubby from San Diego
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Sorry - in my prior reply, I neglected to include using a "skin-prep" pad after cleaning and drying the penis prior to putting on the catheter to protect the skin and they help he catheter sticks better (avoid the "non-sting" version).
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 12:01:34 PM by Smitten with Hubby from san diego
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Part Number(s): COL5225H, 53441900, COL5235H, COL5230H, 53201900

Mfg Part Number(s): 5225, 5235H, 5240H, 5230H