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How is my order shipped?

February 12th, 2016|, |

Shipping is provided at no additional cost for orders over $100, before taxes. Please note that orders containing incontinent products (briefs, pads, etc.) will be charged a flat rate of $15.00 for shipping via ground courier. All orders are discreetly packaged. First orders are shipped via overnight courier to arrive the next business day, where [...]

How does your insurance support work?

February 9th, 2016||

Provide us with your coverage details and we will contact the provider via 3-way teleconference call. With years of experience, our staff will guide you through the insurance maze using the best terminology and references to maximize your coverage. We will assist with claim form preparation, if required.

Why should I choose CathetersPlus™?

February 9th, 2016||

For your convenience, CathetersPlus™ offers all major brands and types of catheters, incontinence and ostomy products. We are your one-stop shop for all your incontinence needs We offer free samples of many of our products – a shipping charge may apply. Our staff will assist you with reimbursement support, contacting your insurance or 3rd  party [...]

What is a coudé tip catheter and why is it used?

June 12th, 2015||

Coudé is a French word meaning bend or elbow. A coudé tip catheter has a slight bend at the insertion tip, and is also known as Tiemann. Coudé tip catheters are designed for the male anatomy. The coudé tip can navigate the male urethral passage, which is shaped like a hockey stick, without causing trauma. [...]

Why doesn’t my bladder work?

June 12th, 2015||

Multiple Sclerosis MS lesions in the brain or spinal cord can disrupt the normal bladder process by interfering with the transmission of signals between the brain and urinary system. Reference:  https://mssociety.ca/about-ms/symptoms Spina Bifida In children born with Spina Bifida, the nerves in the spinal cord that control the bladder may not form properly. The bladder [...]

What is Urinary Incontinence?

June 12th, 2015||

Urinary incontinence is the accidental release of urine or leaking urine. It can happen when you cough, laugh, sneeze, or jog. Or you may have a sudden need to go to the bathroom but cannot get there in time. Bladder control problems are very common, especially among women. They usually do not cause major health [...]

What is Clean Intermittent Catheterization (CIC)?

June 12th, 2015|, |

Some people’s bladder muscles do not work as well as others. If you are unable to fully empty your bladder, you are at greater risk of developing urinary tract infections which can cause kidney damage. When this happens, your doctor or nurse may recommend clean intermittent catheterization (CIC).  CIC means inserting a catheter through the [...]

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