Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter

Rochester Medical Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter
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Rochester Medical Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter

  • Easy on delicate urethral tissues
  • Packaged with its own sterile water packet
  • 100% silicone - latex free

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Rochester Medical Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter

Hydrophilic Personal Catheter


The Hydrophilic Personal Catheter is packaged with its own sterile water packet. The Hydrophillic Catheter is an intermittent catheter that's easy to use wherever you go. Everything you need is in the package, so you're free from worries about catheter preparation. It's easy on delicate urethral tissues. The gentle, silicone design and hydrophilic coating provide nearly friction-free movement, without lubricating gel. It's easy to maintain sterility. You simply wet the catheter with its own sterile water, avoiding contamination from tap water.

Consistent Sterility

The sterile water packet included in the Hydrophilic Personal Catheter eliminates worries about clean water sources, discrete catheter preparation, or messy transfers from a sink. It's easy to maintain sterility since the sterile water packet eliminates contamination from tap water.

The Hydrophilic Personal Catheter sets a new standard for ease-of-use. Its proprietary design and coating make it easy on delicate urethral tissues, while its patent-pending packaging makes it easy to prep and maintain sterility in any setting.


Releasing the sterile and wetting the
Hydrophilic Personal Catheter is as easy as 1-2-3.

The Hydrophilic Personal Catheter is an easy to use alternative to latex or PVC catheters. Its all-silicone construction is free from the allergen, toxin or disposal concerns associated with other catheter materials.


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Rochester Medical Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter

63612 - Male - 12 Fr. - 16" Long - Each - $1.37

61616 - Female - 16 Fr. - 6" Long - Each - $1.41

61612 - Female - 12 Fr. - 6" Long - Each - $1.42

62610 - Pediatric - 10 Fr. - 10" Long - Each - $1.53

62608 - Pediatric - 8 Fr. - 10" Long - Each - $1.53

63616 - Male - 16 Fr. - 16" Long - Each - $1.57

61614 - Female - 14 Fr. - 6" Long - Each - $1.58

63610 - Male - 10 Fr. - 16" Long - Each - $1.59

63614 - Male - 14 Fr. - 16" Long - Each - $1.59

63614 - Male - 14 Fr. - 16" Long - Box of 30 - $38.57

63616 - Male - 16 Fr. - 16" Long - Box of 30 - $39.77

63612 - Male - 12 Fr. - 16" Long - Box of 30 - $40.60

61616 - Female - 16 Fr. - 6" Long - Box of 30 - $42.31

61612 - Female - 12 Fr. - 6" Long - Box of 30 - $43.03

61614 - Female - 14 Fr. - 6" Long - Box of 30 - $45.70

62608 - Pediatric - 8 Fr. - 10" Long - Box of 30 - $47.68

63610 - Male - 10 Fr. - 16" Long - Box of 30 - $47.68



Hydrophilic Personal Intermittent Catheter Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
20 reviews
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14 out of 20 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (8)
Lightweight (8)
Easy Storage (7)
Convenient (3)
Convenience (1)
Top Cons

Flimsy (3)
Pricey, few sizes (1)
Hard to open liquid pack (1)
Expensive (1)
Not the easiest to store (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (2)
This is great for travel. (1)
Total Control (1)
Daily Cath (1)
Incontinent daily use (1)
1-5 of 20 reviews
1 2 3
Don't buy these Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Lightweight.
Cons:
Flimsy. Way to soft, hard to use .
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Average Health.

I rarely ever use these Rochester catheters

by from Milford, MI
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Convient

Pros:
Easy, . Easy, . Easy, quick, convient. Easy, quick, convient. Safe. Convenient.
Cons:
No handling strip. No handling strip.
Best Uses:
Away from home.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Disabled retired. Old codger with BPH.

No handling strip

by from Lake Tahoe
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Not quite good enough Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Lightweight. Easy Storage.
Cons:
Flimsy. To flexable. To flexible.
Best Uses:
Urine retention.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. Retired. Old codger with BPH.

These are to flexible. Unlike the speedicath, I cannot hold them by the funnel end and guide them in. I must touch the entire cath length to push them in. It's just to difficult.

by from Wisconsin
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Functional and good value

Pros:
Safe. Lightweight. Easy Storage. Convenient. Inexpensive relatively.
Cons:
Flimsy.
Best Uses:
BPH w/ distended bladder.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

Am very new to self catheterizing (3 days worth). Had a Foley for a week after emerg cath for AUR (acute urinary retention), then Uro Dr. #1 removed and gave me a red rubber 16 Fr and a tube of used KY and said have fun w/no instruction on handling. Two days later I was in ER for 2nd time in as many weeks w/ 104.5, pyloenephritis and a touch of urosepsis. Thank God and mankind for Rocephin. After that experience, I WILL NEVER EVER RE-USE A CATHETER NOR EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF LUBRICANT BECAUSE IT GUMS UP THE URETHRA AND PROMOTES FURTHER BACTERIAL COLONIZATION. The price of these Rochesters is reasonable given the above, even if have to use them for the next 20 years. Way better than the horror of a UTI gone wild. The only thing with this IC is the need to hold steady to push through my 59 cc prostate and this requires two hands, not one like the firmer regular disposables.

by from houston, tx
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
Clever product Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Convenience.
Cons:
Pricey, few sizes.
Best Uses:
This is great for travel..

If you must use a catheter, this one is a great choice for travel and situations where you are away from home. It's slippery coating reduces friction, the packaging and lubricant is sterile (great for those prone to UTIs), and it's so convenient, even with a little sticky tab so you don't need a place to set it down. Pricier than the red rubber ones, but well worth it when you need convenience and to keep things clean and quick.

by from Midwest
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
1-5 of 20 reviews
1 2 3
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How would I get a sample of the c/539hydrophilic-personal intermittent catheter. I currently cath 4-6 timesa day
Asked on Aug 29, 2013 7:51:58 PM by BOB from LOUISIANA
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I don't know about the specific product you asked about but I got samples from Coloplast by responding to an internet ad.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 5:23:59 PM by Ben from TN
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what isa Hydrophilic catheter have used other typss but looking for something thats easly inserted
Asked on Feb 7, 2013 9:58:10 AM by jim from MD
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I used latex catheters and K-Lube and had problems inserting them all the time. Changed to Hydrophilic catheters with the self lubricating packs about a year ago and have never had a problem inserting them since. They are more slippery then any lubricants I have ever used.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 8:59:58 PM by robert99344 from Washington State
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After the water is added they are supposed to be like having lube added from one end to the other. After trying hydrophylic catheters I've gone back to regular catheters. I've been using catheters about 6 months and have tried most types of self catheters.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 5:19:20 PM by Ben from TN
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Can they be used straight to toilet ?
Asked on Aug 6, 2012 3:56:36 PM by Dave from Ga.
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Answered on Jun 27, 2013 9:04:01 PM by robert99344 from Washington State
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I agree, they can go stright to the toilet. I believe this is a feature of the intermittent catheter.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 5:25:10 PM by Ben from TN
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Part Number(s): 094 0952, 094 0961, 094 1955, 094 0963, 094 0956, 094 0954, 094 0972, 094 0966, 094 0971, 094 1953, 094 6206, 094 2252, 094 2186, 094 2253, 094 2221, 094 0959, 094 0969

Mfg Part Number(s): 63612, 61616, 61612, 62610, 62608, 63616, 61614, 63610, 63614

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0961, 094 0956, 094 0952, 094 0969, 094 0971, 094 0966, 094 0954, 094 0959, 094 0963, 094 2221, 094 2253, 094 2186, 094 1953, 094 6206, 094 2252, 094 0972, 094 1955