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Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self-Sealing - All Sizes

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  • Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self Sealing All
  • Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self-Sealing - All Sizes
  • Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self Sealing All
  • Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self Sealing All
  • Coloplast Conveen Optima Urisheath Uridome Male Catheters Self Sealing All
$4.11 - $123.48

Description

Conveen Optima is Coloplast’s award-winning urisheath for men with urinary incontinence. Discreet, reliable and very easy to use, Conveen is the preferred incontinence solution by men.

Easy to apply

The double-grip strip ensures easy and smooth roll-out for a secure fit – even for nurses wearing gloves.

Anti-leakage

The anti-leakage system is designed to give you the best possible security.
The anti-leakage system consists of:

  • a push ring with sure grip ribs for secure connection to the collecting bag
  • an anti-kink bellow to stop kinks ensuring a free flow
  • balanced adhesive for reliability while still being easy and painless to remove


Comfortable wear

The urisheath is made of PSX silicone material, which is stretchy and breathable allowing for a perfect fit.


Balanced adhesive

The Conveen Optima has built-in ‘balanced’ adhesive, which means it is reliable and skin-friendly. It makes the sheath fit securely to the penis and causes no skin irritations. Each sheath can be worn for up to 24 hours.


Smart pack

The easy-to-open packaging is compact and discreet. Conveen Optima comes in a compact lightweight plastic shell, which can be disposed of in the normal household waste.

 

 

Managing Male Incontinence

Solutions for male incontinence vary according to your lifestyle. These short films explain clearly how to use each of the different options available from Coloplast.

 How to apply a urisheath       How to apply a leg bag drainage

 

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FAQ

What is the meaning of Conveen?

Conveen is a brand name for a type of urinary catheter used for people who have difficulty emptying their bladder. The Conveen catheter is a type of external catheter that is worn on the outside of the body, unlike an internal catheter that is inserted into the bladder through the urethra.

The Conveen catheter is a disposable, self-adhesive, and non-invasive device that is placed over the penis or female genitalia and connected to a urine collection bag. It is designed to collect urine without the need for inserting a tube into the body, which can be uncomfortable or cause discomfort for some people.

Conveen is a registered trademark of Coloplast A/S, a Danish company that specializes in medical devices and supplies for people with intimate healthcare needs.

What is the use of Conveen?

The Conveen external catheter is used for urinary incontinence, urinary retention, and other urinary problems that make it difficult for an individual to empty their bladder on their own. The device is designed to collect urine without the need for invasive procedures such as inserting a tube into the bladder through the urethra.

The Conveen catheter is beneficial for people who prefer a non-invasive method of managing urinary incontinence or who have medical conditions that make it difficult to use other types of catheters. The device can be worn for extended periods, which makes it convenient for people who are bedridden, have limited mobility, or are unable to use other types of catheters.

The Conveen catheter is available in different sizes and styles to fit different body types, and it is designed to be easy to apply and remove. It is also discreet, comfortable, and reliable, which makes it a preferred option for many people with urinary incontinence or other urinary problems.

How do you use a Conveen catheter?
  1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, and gather all the necessary supplies.
  2. Clean the genital area with soap and water and dry the skin thoroughly.
  3. If using a male external catheter, apply a small amount of skin-friendly adhesive such as a skin prep wipe or cream to the area where the adhesive of the catheter will be applied.
  4. Unroll the Conveen catheter, and remove the protective paper from the adhesive.
  5. Position the catheter over the penis or female genitalia, ensuring that the adhesive is properly aligned with the skin.
  6. Apply gentle pressure to the catheter to ensure that it is securely attached to the skin.
  7. Connect the drainage tube to the catheter and connect the other end to the urine bag.
  8. Ensure that the urine bag is positioned below the level of the bladder to ensure proper drainage.
  9. When the bag is full, disconnect the catheter from the drainage tube and empty the bag.
  10. To remove the catheter, gently pull it away from the skin, starting from the top of the adhesive and working downwards.
  11. It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions when using the Conveen catheter or any other type of medical device.
How often do you change a Conveen?

The frequency of changing a Conveen catheter may vary depending on individual circumstances, but generally, it is recommended to change the catheter every 24 hours to maintain proper hygiene and reduce the risk of infection.

However, if the catheter becomes loose, damaged, or if there is a leakage of urine, it should be changed immediately. It is also important to monitor the catheter site for any signs of irritation, redness, or infection, and seek medical attention if necessary.

It is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions on the duration of use for a particular Conveen catheter, as well as on how to properly apply, use, and dispose of it. A healthcare professional can provide guidance on the best practices for using and changing a Conveen catheter based on an individual's specific needs and medical condition.

How do you empty a Conveen bag?

To empty a Conveen urine collection bag, follow these steps:

  1. Wash your hands with soap and water before handling the bag.
  2. Place the bag in a secure and stable position, either on a chair, on the floor, or on a hook or hanger designed for this purpose.
  3. Locate the drainage valve or port at the bottom of the bag.
  4. Ensure that the valve is closed to prevent any leakage of urine.
  5. Open the valve by twisting or pulling it, depending on the type of valve.
  6. Allow the urine to drain into a toilet or other appropriate container.
  7. Once the bag is empty, close the valve by twisting or pushing it back into place.
  8. Clean the drainage valve with a disinfectant wipe or a solution of water and vinegar to maintain proper hygiene.
  9. Wash your hands again with soap and water.

It is important to empty the Conveen urine collection bag regularly to avoid overfilling, which can cause discomfort or leakage. The frequency of emptying the bag may vary depending on individual circumstances, but it is generally recommended to empty it when it is about half-full or every 4-6 hours, whichever comes first.

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