Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter

Self-Cath Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter
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Self-Cath Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter

  • Olive tip fire polished eyelets
  • Guide Stripe assures proper placement of the coude tip
  • 100% Silicone - latex free

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Self-Cath Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter

Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe
Intermittent Catheter


The Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude Catheter family of latex-free catheters from Coloplast offers patients a variety of options for intermittent self-catheterization. Each Coloplast catheter is made with the highest quality standards dedicated to patient co1mfort and ease of use.


The Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude Catheter is 100% latex-free with fire-polished eyelets and a siliconized surface for smooth insertion. This catheter features a Guide Stripe which assures proper placement of the angled coude tip.



Coloplast, a leading global health care company, recently acquired Coloplast's Urology business. We believe these businesses are better together.

Coloplast was founded by a nurse in 1957 in Denmark, Coloplast's reputation for innovation has been built by working closely with health care professionals and end customers to develop new products. We value input and are eager to maintain a regular and meaningful dialogue to continue our heritage of innovation and service.

The high-performance urology products formerly manufactured and distributed by Coloplast will continue to have the same superior quality, and are now manufactured and distributed by Coloplast. Coloplast provides the widest range of urology solutions and services. Rest assured that your preferred urology products and services will continue to be available from Coloplast.


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Self-Cath Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter

810 - 10 Fr. - 16" - Black Funnel End - Each - $2.66

818 - 18 Fr. - 16" - Red Funnel End - Each - $2.66

808 - 8 Fr. - 16" - Blue Funnel End - Each - $2.81

812 - 12 Fr. - 16" - White Funnel End - Each - $2.81

814 - 14 Fr. - 16" - Green Funnel End - Each - $2.81

816 - 16 Fr. - 16", Orange Funnel End - Each - $2.81

812 - 12 Fr. - 16" - White Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)

814 - 14 Fr. - 16" - Green Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)

816 - 16 Fr. - 16" - Orange Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)

818 - 18 Fr. - 16" - Red Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)

808 - 8 Fr. - 16" - Blue Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)

810 - 10 Fr. - 16" - Black Funnel End - Box of 30 - $74.74 ($2.49 per unit)



Coloplast Self-Cath Olive Tip Coude With Guide Stripe Intermittent Catheter Reviews Summary

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14 out of 15 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (6)
Lightweight (4)
Sturdy (3)
Easy Storage (3)
cheap (1)
Top Cons

No con little pricey (1)
Not flexible (1)
take a set when stored in (1)
take a set when stored (1)
Top Best Uses

Emergency (2)
Elderly (2)
Medical doctor orders (1)
daily use (1)
Used them for 7 years (1)
1-5 of 15 reviews
1 2 3
6 yrs of experience Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Painless.
Cons:
Occasional sharp eyelet.
Best Uses:
Atonic Bladder.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

I would like to see Allegro get a Medicare ID Number so I can get reimbursement.

by from L.I., NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I have to buy this catheter

Pros:
No medical issue with it.
Cons:
Exspensive.
Describe Yourself:
paraplegic.

Only catheter I can use, never had any problems. Just wish they were not so expensive or after you buy so many you could get a box free. For someone on a fixed income and this being the only catheter I can use due to medical necessity it truly is a costly supply.

by from New York
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Medicare reimbursement? Verified Reviewer

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

I've been using this product for 6 years - works fine for me. I'm anxiously waiting to see if Medicare approves my claim for reimbursement.

by from L.I.N.Y.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
great catheter but very expensive

Pros:
Lightweight. helps people with urinary.
Cons:
vrey expensive.
Describe Yourself:
Athletic.

due to urinary problems I have to use this catheter and since my insurance wont pay for enough for a month I have to buy 4 boxes each month. I really depend on Allegro's 60% sale and the fact that their shipping is so fast.

by from new York
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
safe and reliable Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

remains flexible longer.

by from North Carolina
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 15 reviews
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Do you work with Blue Cross Blue Shield for reimbursement?
Asked on Jan 7, 2016 11:12:08 AM by Frankly from Minnesota
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Which is the best lubricating jelly to buy. I currently use about 4 coloplast catheters a day. Also, are catheters with nitrofurantoin on the tips a good idea for long term use? And do Coloplast make them? Thanks Pat
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Have used the Coloplast coude for about a month. About one of four doesn't pass into bladder. I know it's aligned properly since I've used another brand for about two years. Really like the Coloplast, but can't afford the one I have to throw away. Anyone else have this problem? Any suggestions? Plan to try additional lubrication jelly, and see what happens.
Asked on May 14, 2013 3:59:12 PM by Phil from California
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Works well for me. How do you clean and store? Store flat...I made a container from 1 inch PVC filled with isopropyl alcohol.
Answered on Jun 3, 2013 3:29:56 PM by Halchicago from Chicago
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How long can the expiry date last? Can it last for as least 2 years when we recieve the goods?
Asked on Oct 16, 2012 7:57:39 AM by Alex Teoh from Penang, Malaysia
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CAN BE UPTO 4 YEARS, LOOK ON YOUR BOX OR CATH STRIP FOR EX DATE.
Answered on May 3, 2013 4:30:32 PM by TONY from TN
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can this catheter be used multiple times?
Asked on Mar 2, 2012 4:36:47 PM by pitt from queens ny
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I've reused these fine catheters hundreds of times, since I pay for them myself. I store it in a large jar with a bit of chlorine bleach, just enough to smell like bleach. Then I rinse it in hot water before using, to clean it and to soften it up.
Answered on Jun 23, 2012 4:51:45 PM by SleepAllNight from San Rafael CA
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Yes, it can be used for multiple times as long as you take care of it clean and hygien. Below are my practice: I use 1 catheter for 2 months normally. After I done my CISC (Clean Intermittent Self Catheterization), I wash the catheter with water and normal soap. After that I soak it in a 1 liter of sterilizing water container for 30 minutes. At last, take it our and dry it with clean towel and keep it inside a container for preparing for next use. Hope that my instruction helps you. Thank you.
Answered on Oct 16, 2012 8:27:16 AM by Alex Teoh from Penang, Malaysia
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Yes, as long as you sterilize between uses. I use diluted povidone iodine.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 6:42:06 PM by SB from MO
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YES I follow my Dr's instructions on clean procedures and have very few problems.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 4:35:56 AM by Wolf from Texas
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I use them repeatedly. My urologist says no problem as long as I keep them sterile.
Answered on Dec 23, 2012 4:04:16 PM by deeg from San Luis Obispo, CA
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Yes, you can reuse them. Wash with soap and water after use and hold under faucet running water inside to rinse. Wrap in a clean piece of paper towel. (Make sure you're not allergic to any chemicals in that brand of paper towel. Caused bladder infection for me once, years ago.) The environments outside and inside the body are different, same bacteria can't live outside and inside, so there's not much to worry about. Use each catheter 2 or 3 weeks, depending on climate - shorter if warmer. Examine before use and discard immediately at signs of any specks of gunk on the inside.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 6:19:31 PM by Bob from Miami
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They are inteded for single use.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:56:27 PM by springbob from Georgia
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My doctor prescribed these for multiple use. I have used some in excess of 30 times.
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 4:50:48 AM by Randy from TN
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These are meant to be reused, but are not sterile. I have a stoma and internal pouch, so I don't need a sterile catheter. I reuse them so often that it takes me 6-9 months to go through a box of them. I use a bulb syringe and warm, soapy water to clean them (I use dishwashing liquid), as was recommended by my ostomy nurse.
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 6:41:45 PM by Sue from North Carolina
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Part Number(s): 094 0771, 094 0772, 094 0768 05 04, 094 1930, 094 0770, 094 0768 03 02, 094 0768 07 05, 094 0768 04 03, 094 1929, 094 0768 02 01, 094 0773, 094 0769

Mfg Part Number(s): 810, 818, 808, 812, 814, 816

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 1929, 094 0768 05 04, 094 0768 07 05, 094 0768 02 01, 094 0768 03 02, 094 0768 04 03, 094 0769, 094 0770, 094 0771, 094 0772, 094 0773, 094 1930