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This catheter video is on the Conveen Optima from Coloplast . The award winning male external catheter for its unique features. It is available in 4 different sizes, each having two different styles. Made of 100% Silicone it eliminates the chance of an allergic reaction to latex. There is the standard sheath length, and the sport sheath length. This refers to the amount of material that will be rolled onto the penis to create a leak proof seal. For someone that may experience a retraction on their penis it is advisable for them to use the Sport Sheath.
The amount of material that rolls on with the Sport Sheath is less than that of the standard. The Standard has 4″ of roll and the Sport 2″. What this means is that there is less of a roll of material at the base. Sometimes when retraction occurs and there is a left over roll of material at the base, the catheter will try to roll back up and come off. With less material to roll on the entire catheter is used, and this eliminates the roll. So when retraction does occur the catheter will stay in place and is less likely to come off.
Another feature of the Conveen Optima is the pull tab that is on each catheter. This can make application much easier for those who have manual dexterity problems, or for caregivers who need to apply the catheter with gloves on. Many times when a caregiver needs to apply a catheter and they are wearing gloves they find that the adhesive can make it very difficult to apply the catheter and not have it come in contact and stick to their gloves. With the pull tab the catheter is put in place at the head of the penis, keeping ¼” -3/4″ gap between the penis and the outlet tube. Hold the catheter in place with one hand, while gripping the double strip pull tab with the other. Pull the tab slowly unrolling the catheter towards the base of the penis. Gently make a fist around the shaft for a few seconds to ensure a good proper seal. No additional adhesive is necessary. Connect a drainage bag, or leg bag into the tip of the catheter pushing it in far enough that the sure grips securely keep the collection bag attached. Anti kink bellows ensure that there is a continuous flow even when the cone is bent.
Each male external catheter comes in its own recyclable smart pack. This makes carrying them, and disposing of them a much safer and hygienic way of caring for incontinence supplies. Find the Conveen Optima Male External Catheter from Coloplast at http://www.biorelief.com/product/conveen-optima-external-male-catheter-by-coloplast/