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What is a coude catheter?

A coude catheter is a style of intermittent catheter that has a bent tip. The angled tip makes it easy to maneuver around restrictions without causing discomfort or damaging the urethra.


Who needs a coude catheter?

Coude catheters are great for people who find a straight tip catheter difficult or painful to insert. They are commonly used by people with urethral strictures, obstructions, false passages, or men with an enlarged prostate. These conditions reduce the size of the urethral opening that the catheter needs to pass through, making navigation more challenging. A coude tip provides the proper angle to slide past these blockages. Check with your healthcare professional to find out if these would work better for you.

Types of Coude Catheter Tips

Aside from the regular coude tip, there are two other angled coude styles known as an olive tip and tiemann tip. The olive tip coude catheter has a small bulb at the end that allows for even easier movement around obstructions. A tiemann style is longer and thinner than the other styles, making it even more flexible.

Lubricants

Catheter lubricants are designed to reduce friction while inserting a catheter, making the procedure more comfortable. Applying lube creates a slick surface, helping the catheter to slide into the body more easily. This helps reduce the amount of pressure you have to apply at the insertion point, which reduces the risk of damaging the urethra and also helps prevent urinary tract infections. You can purchase catheter lubricating jelly in a tube or in individual packets, depending on your preferences.

Hydrophilic

Hydrophilic intermittent catheters have a specially-designed lubricant coating on them that activates when combined with saline solution or sterile water. These catheters are either already covered with the saline solution or they have a water sachet inside the package that you break. The water and lubricant react with one another and make the catheter very slick for easy insertion. If you have trouble inserting a catheter and don't want to purchase extra medical supplies, a hydrophilic catheter is a great option.

Closed-System

If you have limited dexterity or mobility, using a closed-system catheter can make it easier to empty your bladder than using a traditional intermittent catheter. This pre-lubricated catheter is self-contained within a plastic drainage bag. Your urine will drain directly into the attached bag, eliminating the need for a toilet. This is especially helpful to wheelchair users. Because a closed system catheter remains sterile throughout the cathing process, it is also ideal for those who experience frequent UTI's.

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Picture of Bard Magic 3 - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter with Insertion Sleeve

Bard Magic 3 - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter with Insertion Sleeve

  • All silicone design eliminates the potential risks associated with latex and PVC catheters
  • Insertion sleeve included, makes for easy use and clean up
  • Innovative packaging is easy to prep while maintaining sterility
  • Hydrophilic coating
  • Latex free
  • Each, box of 30
From: $3.87
Picture of Bard Tiemann - 16" Red Rubber Coude Catheter

Bard Tiemann - 16" Red Rubber Coude Catheter

  • Tip position indicator
  • Sterile, single-use catheter
  • One or two drainage eyes
  • Pliable red rubber construction
  • Coude tip makes for easy insertion
  • Each, Case of 12
From: $6.95
Picture of Coloplast Self-Cath - 16" Coude Catheter, Olive Tip with Guide Stripe

Coloplast Self-Cath - 16" Coude Catheter, Olive Tip with Guide Stripe

  • Sterile
  • Medical grade PVC
  • Smooth polished eyelets
  • 16" long, funnel end
  • Coude tip with guide stripe
  • Each, box of 30, case of 12 boxes (360)
From: $2.75
Picture of Coloplast Self-Cath - 16" Tapered Coude Catheter with Guide Stripe

Coloplast Self-Cath - 16" Tapered Coude Catheter with Guide Stripe

  • Guide strip
  • Coude tip
  • Medical grade PVC
  • Smooth polished eyelets
  • 16" long, funnel end
  • Each, box of 30, case of 12 boxes (30)
From: $2.75
Picture of Coloplast Self-Cath Plus - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

Coloplast Self-Cath Plus - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Latex free
  • Guide strip
  • Medical grade PVC
  • Hydrophilic tapered tip with funnel end
From: $4.46
Picture of Coloplast Speedicath - 14" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

Coloplast Speedicath - 14" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Latex free
  • DEHP and phhtalate free
  • French sizes: 12, 14, and 16
  • Each catheter is pre-packed in sterile saline
  • Each, box of 30
From: $3.46
Picture of ConvaTec GentleCath - 16" Coude Catheter

ConvaTec GentleCath - 16" Coude Catheter

  • French size: 12, 14, 16, and 18
  • Uncoated PVC plastic with smooth rounded eyelets makes insertion process easier
  • Coude tip catheter with tapered funnel end
  • Each, box of 100
From: $1.03
Picture of Cure - 16" Coude Catheter

Cure - 16" Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Coude tip
  • DEHP and latex free
  • French sizes: 12 Fr, 14 Fr, 16 Fr, and 18 Fr
  • Highly polished eyes for comfortable insertion and withdrawal
  • Each, box of 30, case of 10 boxes (300)
From: $0.90
Picture of Cure - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

Cure - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Latex free
  • DEHP free
  • Smooth polished eyelets for improved urethra safety during insertion and removal of catheter
  • Each, box of 30, case of 10 boxes (300)
From: $2.20
Picture of Cure Ultra - 16" Pre-Lubricated Coude Catheter

Cure Ultra - 16" Pre-Lubricated Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Length: 16"
  • "No roll" connector
  • Smooth eyelet design
  • Funnel end with easy grip sleeve
  • Each, box of 30, case of 10 boxes (300)
From: $1.34
Picture of LoFric Origo - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

LoFric Origo - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Smooth eyelets for maximum comfort
  • Free from PVC, phtalates, and latex free
  • Foldable pocket size unit  that doubles as a hygienic disposal pouch
  • Each, box of 30, case of 4 boxes (120)
From: $5.68
Picture of Rusch Easy Cath - 16" Coude Catheter with Funnel End (Curved Package)

Rusch Easy Cath - 16" Coude Catheter with Funnel End (Curved Package)

  • 16" intermittent catheter with curved package
  • Coude tip with a funnel end
  • Polished soft eye eyelets
  • Clear latex free PVC material
  • French sizes: 12, 14, and 16
  • Sterile
From: $2.34
Picture of Rusch Easy Cath - 16" Coude Catheter with Funnel End (Straight Package)

Rusch Easy Cath - 16" Coude Catheter with Funnel End (Straight Package)

  • Sterile
  • Coude tip with a funnel end
  • Clear latex free PVC material
  • Polished soft eye eyelets for quick drainage
  • 16" intermittent catheter in a straight package
From: $2.34
Picture of Rusch Tiemann -  Coude 16" Intermittent Catheter

Rusch Tiemann - Coude 16" Intermittent Catheter

  • 16" intermittent catheter with coude tip
  • 2 staggered eyes for better drainage
  • Notch on catheter funnel is used to indicate tip position
  • Color coded for size
  • Sterile
  • Each, box of 50
From: $2.52
Picture of SpeediCath - 13" Flex Coude Pro Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

SpeediCath - 13" Flex Coude Pro Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Sterile and latex free
  • Protective plastic sleeve
  • French sizes: 12, 14, and 16
  • Pocket style available in 12 and 14 Fr.
  • Available in pocket size packaging
  • Each, box of 30
From: $4.66
Picture of ConvaTec Tiemann GentleCath - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

ConvaTec Tiemann GentleCath - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Hydrophilic coating
  • Insertion sleeve included, makes for easy use and clean up
  • Innovative packaging is easy to prep while maintaining sterility
  • Each, box of 30
From: $1.88
Picture of LoFric Primo - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

LoFric Primo - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Latex free
  • Easy insertion and removal
  • Hydrophilic coude tip catheter
  • Urotonic surface technology helps prevent damage to the urethra
  • Box of 30, case of 4 boxes (120)
From: $131.35
Picture of Coloplast Self-Cath - Coude Closed System Catheter

Coloplast Self-Cath - Coude Closed System Catheter

  • Coude tapered tip with guide strip
  • Pre-lubricated
  • Designed to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections (UTI)
  • 1100 ml urine collection bag
  • Latex free medical grade PVC
  • Smooth polished eyelets
From: $3.62
Picture of Rusch MMG - Coude Catheter Closed System Catheter Kit

Rusch MMG - Coude Catheter Closed System Catheter Kit

  • 16" coude catheter, pre-lubricated
  • Urinary catheter kit
  • Includes: sterile gloves, BZK antiseptic towelette, underpad, and gauze
  • This is a sterile kit
From: $4.09
Picture of ConvaTec GentleCath Tiemann - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter Kit

ConvaTec GentleCath Tiemann - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter Kit

  • Sterile
  • Hydrophilic catheter with insertion kit
  • Insertion sleeve, no direct hand contact with catheter
  • Helps in the reduction of Urinary Tract Infections
From: $29.95
Picture of Wellspect SimPro Now - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

Wellspect SimPro Now - 16" Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • Hydrophilic catheter includes sterile water sachet
  • Grip sleeve allows for touch-free catheterization
  • Coude Tiemann for difficult insertion around scar tissue or enlarged prostate
  • SimPro Now has smooth eyelets, latex free, funnel end
  • Each sterile coude catheter is indivdally packaged
  • Each, box of 30, case of 4 boxes (120)
From: $1.05
Picture of BD Intermittent Coude 16" Catheter

BD Intermittent Coude 16" Catheter

  • 16" length with color coded funnel end
  • Coude catheter has a bent tip
  • Single use, sterile catheter
  • Heat-polished smooth eyelets
  • Not made with DEHP, BPA, or natural rubber latex
  • Each, box of 30
From: $2.03
Picture of BD Ready-To-Use 16” Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

BD Ready-To-Use 16” Hydrophilic Coude Catheter

  • 16" catheter
  • Hydrophilic coating for smooth insertion
  • Touch-free insertion aid
  • Angled coude tip
  • Free of latex, BPA, and DEHP
From: $2.86
Picture of Magic3 GO Coude Hydrophilic Catheters

Magic3 GO Coude Hydrophilic Catheters

  • Hydrophilic coating for smooth and friction-free insertion
  • Coude tip for easy navigation through strictures or obstructions
  • Convenient and discreet packaging for on-the-go use
  • Pre-lubricated for hassle-free handling
  • Latex and DEHP-free for reduced risk of allergies
  • Sterile for a hygienic and safe experience
  • Available in 12 Fr, 14 Fr, 16 Fr
  • Sold by the each and the box of 30
From: $4.05
Picture of GentleCath Glide Tiemann - 16" Hydrophilic Intermittent Coude Catheter

GentleCath Glide Tiemann - 16" Hydrophilic Intermittent Coude Catheter

GentleCath Glide Tiemann 16" Catheter

  • Tiemann Tip: Elongated, tapered curve for flexibility and navigating narrow passages, making it ideal for users with specific anatomical needs.
  • Available Sizes: Comes in 12FR, 14FR, and 16FR sizes to cater to individual preferences and requirements.
  • Packaging Options: Sold individually or in a convenient box of 30, providing flexibility in purchasing based on user needs.
  • FeelClean Technology: Minimizes residue, ensuring a cleaner cathing process, and reducing the risk of mess on clothes, hands, or body.
  • Catheter Contamination Prevention: Equipped with a no-touch handling sleeve to prevent contamination with bacteria from hands, prioritizing user safety and hygiene.
  • Swift and Discreet Usage: Offers quick lubrication, allowing users to start the cathing process promptly, ensuring both speed and discretion.
  • DEHP-Free Construction: Crafted without the use of DEHP, prioritizing user well-being by using safer materials.
From: $3.53
Product Information

What is a coude catheter?

A coude catheter is a style of intermittent catheter that has a bent tip. The angled tip makes it easy to maneuver around restrictions without causing discomfort or damaging the urethra.


Who needs a coude catheter?

Coude catheters are great for people who find a straight tip catheter difficult or painful to insert. They are commonly used by people with urethral strictures, obstructions, false passages, or men with an enlarged prostate. These conditions reduce the size of the urethral opening that the catheter needs to pass through, making navigation more challenging. A coude tip provides the proper angle to slide past these blockages. Check with your healthcare professional to find out if these would work better for you.

Types of Coude Catheter Tips

Aside from the regular coude tip, there are two other angled coude styles known as an olive tip and tiemann tip. The olive tip coude catheter has a small bulb at the end that allows for even easier movement around obstructions. A tiemann style is longer and thinner than the other styles, making it even more flexible.

Lubricants

Catheter lubricants are designed to reduce friction while inserting a catheter, making the procedure more comfortable. Applying lube creates a slick surface, helping the catheter to slide into the body more easily. This helps reduce the amount of pressure you have to apply at the insertion point, which reduces the risk of damaging the urethra and also helps prevent urinary tract infections. You can purchase catheter lubricating jelly in a tube or in individual packets, depending on your preferences.

Hydrophilic

Hydrophilic intermittent catheters have a specially-designed lubricant coating on them that activates when combined with saline solution or sterile water. These catheters are either already covered with the saline solution or they have a water sachet inside the package that you break. The water and lubricant react with one another and make the catheter very slick for easy insertion. If you have trouble inserting a catheter and don't want to purchase extra medical supplies, a hydrophilic catheter is a great option.

Closed-System

If you have limited dexterity or mobility, using a closed-system catheter can make it easier to empty your bladder than using a traditional intermittent catheter. This pre-lubricated catheter is self-contained within a plastic drainage bag. Your urine will drain directly into the attached bag, eliminating the need for a toilet. This is especially helpful to wheelchair users. Because a closed system catheter remains sterile throughout the cathing process, it is also ideal for those who experience frequent UTI's.

Buy coude catheters online

Choose from our large selection of urinary incontinence products for self-catheterization. Order every type of tip, including coude tip catheters, and other urological products online easily now.

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