WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical

Rochester Medical WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical
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Rochester Medical WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical

  • 70% more adhesive than traditional self-adhering catheters
  • All-silicone material is 100% latex-free, clear and breathable
  • Prevents urine migration and build-up
  • Several size options available

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Rochester Medical WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical

WideBand Male External Catheters
Specially Designed To Stay On


WideBand Male External Catheters are the new standard for male external catheters. For the first time, adhesive is built into nearly the entire sheath wall. It has 70% more adhesive area than is found in the self-adhering styles developed in the 80's. Rochester Medical Corporation has patented this advanced manufacturing process, providing more security without requiring more aggressive adhesive.

The distinctive design of the Wide Band catheter involves more than just an extended length of adhesive area. WideBand is the only catheter with its adhesive placement beginning just behind the glans. This forward-placement of the adhesive is patented and provides two important features:

  • Helps prevent urine migration up the penis shaft, which results in premature removal
  • Helps prevent urine build-up around the head of the penis, which results in catheter blow-off.

The Wide Band's unique features - 100% silicone construction, expanded adhesive area, and patented adhesive placement - combine to make it the New Standard in Self-Adhering Male External Catheters.

WideBand Self-Adhering Male External Catheters


WideBand Male External Catheter Features
  • Expanded adhesive area protecting against unexpected, or premature need to change the catheter
  • Patented, forward-placement of adhesive to prevent urine migration and build-up
  • Hypoallergenic, nonsensitizing adhesive built into catheter sheath
  • Silicone that, unlike latex, is odorless and has superior breathability properties
  • Clear sheath allowing for ease of inspection and enhanced skin integrity
  • Kink-resistant design to ensure continuous urine flow
  • An advanced, soft, silicone material to help reduce frictional irritation and maximize comfort
OUR INNOVATION EARNS YOUR BUSINESS

Health care professionals need medical devices they can count on. They expect male external catheters to remain in place, to make skin care easier, and to ensure patient comfort.

Suppliers can recommend the Wide Band to their customers with confidence, knowing that it provides increased security in a product made with the latest technology.

Those who wear the Wide Band can appreciate the security provided by a larger adhesive area, plus the safety and comfort of clear, breathable silicone.


Wide Band Works To Provide:

Security: An extra wide adhesive area provides added reliability, so the catheter stays in place.

Safety: Breathable, clear silicone promotes healthy skin and complements good skin care.

Comfort: Soft, conforming silicone makes it easy to wear, even during the most active days.


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Rochester Medical WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical

36102 - Medium - 29mm (1.14 ") Diameter - Each - $1.46

36101 - Small - 25mm (.98 ") Diameter - Each - $1.46

36105 - X-Large - 41mm (1.61 ") Diameter - Each - $1.46

36103 - Intermediate - 32mm (1.26 ") Diameter - Each - $1.46

36104 - Large - 36mm (1.42 ") Diameter - Each - $1.46

36303 - Intermediate - 32mm (1.26 ") Diameter - Box of 30 - $42.58

36304 - Large - 36mm (1.42 ") Diameter - Box of 30 - $42.58

36301 - Small - 25mm (.98 ") Diameter - Box of 30 - $42.58

36302 - Medium - 29mm (1.14 ") Diameter - Box of 30 - $42.58

36101 - Small - 25mm (.98 ") Diameter - Box of 100 - $138.55

36104 - Large - 36mm (1.42 ") Diameter - Box of 100 - $138.55

36102 - Medium - 29mm (1.14 ") Diameter - Box of 100 - $138.55

36103 - Intermediate - 32mm (1.26 ") Diameter - Box of 100 - $145.60

36105 - X-Large - 41mm (1.61 ") Diameter - Box of 100 - $158.59



WideBand Male External Catheters - Rochester Medical Reviews Summary

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46 out of 48 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (19)
Safe (18)
Lightweight (16)
Easy Storage (11)
Easy to apply (1)
Top Cons

Bulky (1)
NON (1)
None (1)
Packaging (1)
Wish it cost little less (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (10)
Bladder Problems (6)
Following Surgery (6)
Emergency (5)
Every day (1)
1-5 of 50 reviews
1 2 3
Won't accidently come off

Pros:
Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
MS.

Wash with Colgate Octagon soap prior to using this catheter. All other soaps have softeners and lubricants which caused the catheter to fall off. Octagon soap is pure soap and available in most stores or on Amazon.com. It says laundry soap but is very gentle. I used to use Ivory soap for the same purpose but they started to add glycerin and had to change to Octagon which is just as gentle. My catheter NEVER comes off anymore!

by from Oneida, NY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
13 out of 16 found this review helpful
I will buy again

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe. Easy Storage.
Cons:
There are none.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Arthritis . No bladder control.

I use it mainly during night time so I don't have to wear diapers to bed.

by from Nc
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
8 out of 9 found this review helpful
Good connection even in an active envron Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe. Good seal.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Dry Suit Divers.
Describe Yourself:
Hard Core Diver. Average Health.

As a diver in a dry suit, there is no quick run to the john availible at 70'. Pee Valves attached to male external Catheters are a divers best friend. That is as long as it has a good seal. While a leak on a regular user of this product might be embarrassed, If mine leaks I get to deal with damp undergarments in a suit pressed against me for up to several hours, and on a dive boat most of the time it is not an envronment conducive to doing laundry. Rocherster Wide Bands have additional adhesive to insure a good seal even if the fit might be a bit off. Used in conjucture with Smith-Nephew Skin Prep wipes and Unisolve adhesive remover, the seal is one less thing one has to think about when working or playing at the bottom of the sea.

by from Sacramento, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
25 out of 26 found this review helpful
Worked great! Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly.

The only thing my dad experienced was when hairs were stuck to it it was painful when removing the catheter. Subsequently we knew to trim as much of the hair down there as possible and to use some petroleum jelly except for about the last inch from the tip. Worked great on a recent trip of 1700 miles and back.

by from Sacramento, CA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
12 out of 14 found this review helpful
Wideband catheters

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Easy Storage. Stays in place .
Best Uses:
Drysuit diving.
Describe Yourself:
Athletic.

Awesome product. I feel secure in knowing that these catheters will stay in place and not pop off or leak.

by from Florida
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
1-5 of 50 reviews
1 2 3
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Does this website have a printable measuring guide for this product?
Asked on Oct 26, 2013 10:03:58 PM by Dave from Indiana
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Planning a 2 week vacation which means about 22 hours of car travel. Not sure how these work and how many to order. He puts out a large amount of urine at night. Walking is a problem, so he can not make it to the rest rooms without an accident.
Asked on Jun 15, 2011 9:15:27 AM by jan from pa
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BUY: The leg bag, prep and removal wipes, and the funnel. His penis head should fit into the funnel and the sticky tubing should not contact his penis head. Also, sitting to urinate tends to get the tubing creased so urine cannot make it to the bag. In my case the tubing and funnel tube need to be larger to handle the volume. Over all it is a good product. Remember to keep the leg bag tab pointed away from your ankle or leg.
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 5:07:01 PM by Bob from NC
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How do you know what size to order for the wide band external catheters?
Asked on Jun 12, 2011 12:46:50 AM by Dot from California
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Probably best to order several sizes to start, or ask your doctor. He may have some samples for you to try. I think free samples may be available online so you can check size. But these are the best ones I found.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 12:07:21 AM by Swanny2you from So Cal
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If the penis head fits fully into the funnel and the sticky tubing does not contact the penis head, it should be a good fit. Use the prep material generously as well as the removal material(sep. sales). The only issue I had with it was the funnel base and tube was to small to handle the urine flow in my case. Be sure the bag clip is closed and points away from your ankle. (worked best for me that way)
Answered on Nov 21, 2013 5:00:38 PM by Bob from NC
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I have MS 25 years now when im out incontinent troubles and diaper and pads dont work if im out for the day or evening. do you think this would solve my problem? your reviews sound very promising. thank you.
Asked on Jun 1, 2011 2:50:38 PM by shaky from upstate NY
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I didn't like diapers, since they always leaked and were so uncomfortable. Too messy. These work better, and are so much cleaner.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 11:58:43 PM by Swanny2you from So Cal
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Male exterior catheters - how exactly are these used/attached? I am a caregiver and before purchasing want to be sure this would work well for trips in car or visiting.
Asked on May 2, 2011 7:37:49 PM by Sue from Indianapolis, IN
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They are condom catheters, which means they are applied just like a condom. They work well with trips in cars and must have a leg bag system attached to the condom catheter for the urine to collect.
Answered on Dec 18, 2012 2:23:07 PM by Josh from Massachusetts
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My 91 year old uncle used them successfully on his own for most of last year. He was taught how to put them on when in rehab. but often would go through two or three in order to get it successfully attached. Because of a constant drip, many times the adhesive would get wet and he would have to throw the $1.65 condom away and try again. He would not let me put them on him. As demensia got worse, he couldn't remember how to put them on or maybe forgot, and we would have one wet seat after another. They were great while he could put them on properly, but now it's back to changing diapers every few hours.
Answered on Jan 7, 2013 2:47:48 PM by JaneE from New Jersey
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Part Number(s): 094 1250, 094 1251, 094 1254, 094 1242, 094 1253, 094 1245, 094 1244, 094 2200, 094 1255, 094 1247, 094 2247, 094 1248, 094 2237, 094 2208

Mfg Part Number(s): 36102, 36101, 36105, 36103, 36104, 36303, 36304, 36301, 36302

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 1245, 094 1242, 094 1254, 094 1248, 094 1251, 094 1250, 094 1253, 094 1244, 094 1247, 094 2200, 094 2208, 094 2247, 094 2237, 094 1255