Curity Catheter Plug with Thumb Grip - Latex-Free

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Features:
  • Made of high quality plastic
  • Latex-free
  • Plastic, with thumb grip
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CURITY™ Catheter Plug


Catheter Plug is made of high quality plastic, with thumb grip. Latex-free.

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Curity Catheter Plug with Thumb Grip - Latex-Free Reviews Summary
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18 reviews
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14 out of 15 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (9)
Lightweight (8)
Easy Storage (8)
Safe (7)
Fingers grasp it easily (1)
Top Cons

Difficult to apply (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (3)
Following Surgery (2)
Needed for taking showers (1)
Emergency (1)
convenience (1)
1-2 of 18 reviews
Just what I needed and timely Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Works as expected. Lightweight.
Cons:
None.
Best Uses:
Temp stoppage of catheter. Disabled.
Describe Yourself:
Suprapubic catheter.

Allows me to temporarily to block fluids from going in or out of the catheter. Allows me to swim freely. I can go without a catheter bag for short periods of time until my bladder gets full.

by from Northern KY across river from Cincinnati
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 person found this review helpful
Not sure about an active life..

Pros:
Lightweight.

I got this following some surgery after which I had to wear a catheter for 3 weeks (6 days to go). I don't like wearing the bag, so used this - but would not recommend using it outside the house. It's come undone, in public places, 3 times in the last 3 days (twice on the same day, so I tried again today, with not very great effects)

by from New York
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
2 person found this review helpful
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Curity Catheter Plug with Thumb Grip - Latex-Free
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how long can you wear the catheter plug without having problems? can you wear it say for 2-3 hours or 2-3 minutes? very important to me
Asked on Jun 13, 2011 11:43:18 AM by maggie from lake placid
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It works ok. My Urologist says to take it out every two hours.
Answered on Dec 18, 2012 1:05:33 PM by Mike  from Fresno
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I preface with, "Always follow physician instructions." Urine retention time and microbial contamination (bacteria, fungi, etc.) are the issues. Microbes are everywhere, even in air. The more often and how the plug is handled, the greater the microbial contamination. A gentle twist off/on as needed to urinate is optimal as needed and every several hours should be sufficient. Urine can grow microbes so emptying the bladder removes them before infectious levels can occur. Plug removal several times per hour greatly increases likelihood of contamination. Try to remove/install the plug by gripping it at the flat end between the your fingers, trying not to touch the tapered plug end and stand it up on its flat end on a piece of toilet paper on a dry surface, if possible. See if you can do in all in one motion. Put on nitrile exam gloves and wash them with warm soap and water and paper towel dry before plug removal, especially if you've touched any surface or skin after putting them on and then drain the bladder. Note: Cranberry extract has been proven to interfere with bacterial attachment to the bladder wall, hence, more easily flushed out with urine reducing infections. Ask your physician about it. Any instrument/appliance added to the body externally increases infection risk, so infections will always be a concern. Hope this helps.
Answered on May 17, 2015 11:40:15 AM by David  from Levittown, PA
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Part Number(s): 094 0029, 094 0028

Mfg Part Number(s): 16001900, 1600

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0028, 094 0029


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