DOVER Rob-Nel Intermittent Catheters 16" Long - 100% LATEX-FREE

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4/5 Stars
(59 ratings)
         
Features:
  • Two staggered eyes
  • Thermosensitive polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material
  • Sterile
  • Smooth rounded tip
  • Integral tapered funnel end
  • Latex-free
  • Single-use
Product Overview:

Doverâ„¢ Rob-Nel Catheter
16" Long, Latex-Free, Sterile


The Rob-Nel Catheter is latex-free. It is made out of thermo-sensitive polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material and has a smooth rounded tip, integral tapered funnel end and two staggered eyes.


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DOVER Rob-Nel Intermittent Catheters 16" Long - 100% LATEX-FREE Reviews Summary
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Average Rating
59 reviews
46 out of 56 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (26)
Safe (24)
Easy Storage (22)
Lightweight (19)
Inexpensive (9)
Top Cons

Bulky (4)
Heavy (3)
Unsafe (2)
Uncomfortable (1)
None (1)
Top Best Uses

Bladder Problems (13)
Elderly (8)
Emergency (6)
Following Surgery (4)
Test it first (1)
1-2 of 59 reviews
Poor packing

Pros:
Inexpensive.
Cons:
Flimsy.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
self cath.

Catheters packaged in a box that's too small resulting in deformed tips (around 10% unusable). Could be from manufacturer's packing but whatever, it renders around 10% of the shipment unusable. Manufacturer switched from a pure vinyl to a vinyl/foam formula which made the catheters very flimsy (in my opinion) and the number of deformed catheters in a package increased. The eyelets have sharp edges (not polished) and some users may find them uncomfortable. Still they are just adequate for someone on a strict budget. I will continue to use them as they are affordable if less than ideal. Such is life.

by from Maryland
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
4 person found this review helpful
Great product

Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
self cath.

This catheter is perfect for my needs and it is very easy to use.

by from Plano, TX
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-2 of 59 reviews
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DOVER Rob-Nel Intermittent Catheters 16" Long - 100% LATEX-FREE
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Q:
Can I place the catheter for overnight use?
Asked on Aug 26, 2013 7:16:47 PM by Dave from Indiana
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The catheters don't have anything to keep them in your bladder all night. You need one with a balloon, and a syringe that will keep the catheter in place after you insert the fluid in the port on the side,(using that syringe) opposite from where the catheter joins the bag. Keep that little syringe). Then in the morning, withdraw the fluid you had used to keep the catheter in your bladder all night, and just pull the catheter out. They are not meant(intermittent ones)to be used over and over again. You need to see a urologist, whose nurse can demonstrate how to use one overnight.You can learn the correct technique, or else you will end up with repeated infections. Talk with your M.D.!! Good luck!
Answered on Jan 27, 2014 6:12:53 PM by Cindy W.  from Alexandria, VA
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Do you now take insurance thru medicare for your products.
Asked on Aug 5, 2012 11:46:17 AM by Ore from Miami, Fl.
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Part Number(s): 094 0495 03, 094 0495 01, 094 0497, 094 0495 02, 094 0496, 094 0495 07, 094 0499, 094 0498, 094 0495 05, 094 0501, 094 0500

Mfg Part Number(s): 8888492041, 8888492066, 8888492017, 8888492025, 8888492033

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0495 03, 094 0495 05, 094 0495 07, 094 0495 01, 094 0495 02, 094 0501, 094 0496, 094 0500, 094 0497, 094 0498, 094 0499


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