If you or a loved one is experiencing any type of urinary issue, Medical Monks is the place to find the medical supplies you need. We know that it can be daunting to scour the internet for the products you’ve come to rely on. That’s why we’ve put all the biggest names in urology supplies in one easy-to-browse place. From Bardia to Self-Cath, Peco to VaPro, the Monks have great prices on all the brands you know and love!

Intermittent Catheter Products

Intermittent Catheter Products

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Foley Catheter Products

Foley Catheter Products

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External Catheters

External Catheters

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Trays & Kits

Trays & Kits

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Urine Collection & Containers

Urine Collection & Containers

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Cath Securement & Urology Accessories

Cath Securement & Urology Accessories

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For folks unable to drain their bladder normally, intermittent catheters can be a great option. These one-time-use products are simply inserted into the urethra to empty the bladder, and then removed when the drainage is complete. People who regularly cath in this way can use an average of 2 to 5 catheters per day, so it’s important to keep fully stocked.

With all the deals the Monks provide, you can save tons of cash by going for an uncoated, basic (yet reliable) catheter like Hollister‘s Apogee IG series. But even if you choose a deluxe, pre-lubed pocket model like the Speedicath Compact by Coloplast, you’ll still be saving compared to any other medical supplier out there. We also have intermittent caths in sterile insertion kits, which typically include at least a pair of gloves and a packet of lubricant. They may come with or without the catheter itself included.

If you’re in need of a more constant solution, foley catheter products may be prescribed by your healthcare professional. Like an intermittent catheter, a foley is inserted into the bladder to drain urine. Foleys, however, remain in the bladder for a certain period of time. Sterile foley insertion kits are particularly important with this type of catheter, as are certain accessories that hold the tubes in place, like Monks favorites Statlock and Cath-Secure.

There are two main types. A two-way foley, like the Bardia Silicone Elastomer Coated version, has two ports at the end. One allows for normal drainage into a urinary drain bag, and another allows for urinary samples to be taken. The three way, such as the Dover 100% 3-Way Foley, has an additional port for irrigation of blood or clots. Medical Monks sells a variety of foley irrigation kits, which help in this process.

But what to do if you’re unable to stop your bladder from draining? For men, at least, external catheters are a great solution to what is commonly known as overactive bladder. Unlike intermittent and Foley catheters, external catheters are worn like a condom. They collect urine as it drains and send it to a urinary leg bag.

Most externals, old-school “Texas Style” caths notwithstanding, tend to use adhesive to stay attached. There are a range of adhesive strengths available, from light to medium to strong. Many folks also use skin prepping products prior to cath application. These will form a protective barrier on the skin, helping to avoid irritation.

Other urology accessories, such as adhesive removers, can be helpful when dealing with external caths, and every other kind of catheter. From lubricants that help with intermittent insertion, to urine collectors and containers, Medical Monks is fully stocked with products to keep things flowing in the right direction!

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