- Use appropriate sheath size (determine size using the measuring tape)
- The skin in the adhesive area should be dry and free from grease
- Choose the position of the sheath in a way to make sure that the buffer zone has the required length
- Connect sheath to the urine collection bag and make sure that the urine can drain unimpeded
for the choice of the adequate self-adhesive urinary sheath
For the care of a moderate or a severe bladder incontinence. A few steps to find the suitable urinary sheath
Larger quantities of spontaneous urine?
Please choose the option that is true for you.
Adhesion surface on the penis longer than 5cm?
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The urinary sheath is a drainage system to achieve continence by allowing the urine to pass away from the body through the sheath to a connected urine collection bag.
The Urinary Sheath is used as a medical aid for the treatment of urine incontinence in men. It is a secure and discreet alternative to absorbing products when adjusted correctly to the individual.
Urinary sheaths are available on prescription and are reimboursed by the social security. Sometimes the user has to pay a contribution to the cost unless he is not obliged to.
First of all you it is necessary to asses your needs with your doctor/GP/district nurse to know the cause for incontinence.