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Red rubber catheters are intermittent catheters made from natural latex. This material is softer and more flexible than silicone and vinyl catheters ... [read more]

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
From $6.45

Bard - Red Rubber Intermittent Catheterization Tray

  • Sterile
  • Single-use irrigation tray
  • With or without attached 1000 ml collection bag
  • Sequence packaging separates prep components from catheter products
From $13.95

Covidien Dover - 16" Red Rubber Catheter

  • French sizes: 14, 16, and 18
  • Intermittent catheter with funnel end
  • Red rubber catheter with smooth polished eyelets
From $0.92

Bard Touchless Plus - Red Rubber Closed System Catheter

  • Pre-lubricated red rubber catheter
  • Helps prevent a UTI
  • Includes sterile catheter and 1100cc collection bag
  • Available with or without accessories
From $4.06

Rusch Rob Nel - 16" Red Rubber Catheter

  • Sterile
  • Contains natural rubber latex
  • Straight packaged male catheter
  • Smooth rounded tip and funnel end
From $0.80

Rusch - Red Rubber Closed System Catheter

  • 16" sterile catheter
  • Pre-lubricated with smooth polished eyelets
  • Capped introducer tip extends sterile field
  • Contains natural rubber latex
From $4.17

Rusch MMG - Red Rubber Closed System Catheter Kit

  • 16" pre-lubricated intermittent catheter
  • Convenient urinary catheter kit, helps to reduce urinary tract infections
  • Kit includes: BZK towelette, gloves, underpad and gauze
  • Sterile, one time use red rubber catheter
From $4.09

Bard 16" Red Rubber Intermittent Catheter

  • Straight tip catheter
  • Two drainage eyelets
  • Funnel end for easy drainage
  • Contains latex rubber
From $1.62

Red rubber catheters are intermittent catheters made from natural latex. This material is softer and more flexible than silicone and vinyl catheters. Each red rubber catheter has a funnel-shaped end that makes drainage easy and less messy. They also have opposing drainage eyelets, which allow for urine to flow out of the bladder quickly. Red rubber catheters are available in several lengths, french sizes, and tip styles. Please note that if you have a latex allergy, you should not use red rubber catheters.

A straight tip catheter is a standard style and an ideal starting point for those who are new to cathing. They are available in different lengths to fit male and female urethras. Shorter catheters are intended for female use only, but women can also safely use the longer catheters that men must use. Intermittent catheters come in various matierals, such as vinyl and PVC. Some are also pre-lubricated, so no additional lube is required. All of the intermittent catheters we carry come individually wrapped for a sterile bladder catheterization procedure.

If it is uncomfortable or difficult for you to insert a straight tip catheter, you may want to try a coude tip catheter. The end of the catheter is angled, which can navigate through tight openings. This makes the urinary catheterization procedure easier for men who have an enlarged prostate or for people with urethral blockages.

Express Medical Supply carries closed system catheter kits that contains a red rubber catheter, as well as other styles of intermittent catheters. A closed system consists of a collection bag that has an intermittent catheter inside the bag. This prevents you from having to touch the catheter at all. It is sterile, self-contained, and pre-lubricated. If you do not have access to a toilet, the drainage bag takes its place by collecting urine from the catheter. There is a cap over the end of the catheter that protects the tip until it comes time to use the catheter. All of these features allow for the most sanitary cathing experience, preventing UTIs and other complications.

If the intermittent catheter you choose to use is not pre-lubricated or hydrophilic, adding a lubricating jelly allows for smoother insertion. Incorporating lubricant helps reduce the amount of pressure needed to insert the catheter. Applying too much pressure while inserting the catheter can damage the urethra. Using a sterile, water-soluble formula also lessens the risk of infection.

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