We carry a wide range of urology solutions for just about every need!
If you’ve been searching high and low for the right urology product, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Miraculous Medical Supplies, we carry a number of urology products for our customers to choose from. We understand that everyone’s needs are different, which is why we make sure to carry a variety of options. Whether you’re looking for the right catheter, drainage bag, or leg bag, we’ll help you find the right product. If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve put together some essential information on urology products below. When you’re ready to start looking at your options, give us a call or stop by our store in Miami, FL today!
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When choosing a catheter, there are some important things to keep in mind. Always make sure you choose the right size for your body because if it’s too short, your bladder will not be emptied completely and too long can be difficult to manage. In regards to size, thickness is also a critical factor. The thickness impacts how it works in your urethra and the amount of time it’ll take to empty your bladder. Aside from a proper fit, you should also be concerned about safety. A popular choice is a hydrophilic catheter for comfort but also for safety, so you can be sure your urethra will remain as unaffected as possible. You also want to be sure that the length of your catheter will provide stable handling while emptying the bladder completely.
Drainage or Leg Bags?
Drainage bags work by collecting urine from a catheter, which is usually attached to the bed. There are several types of drainage bags that come with measurement indicators so the urine volume can be easily monitored. If you’re looking for a more mobile drainage collection device, you might consider a leg bag, which is smaller than a drainage bag. The leg bag straps to the patient's leg and fits discreetly under the pants and other clothes. You can drain your leg bag through a valve device directly into the toilet. Remember that drainage bags and leg bags should be placed lower than the catheter so that the urine can be drawn downward and away from the body, which prevents it from draining back into the bladder.