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Convatec GentleCath™ Glide No-Touch Catheters - Diane Newman

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In this short video demonstration, Diane Newman highlights Convatec GentleCath™ Glide No-touch catheters. No-touch catheters also referred to as touch-free catheters are designed to keep the process of self-catheterization more sterile. These catheters are embedded technology, with a smooth, slippery surface and are designed with contamination prevention in mind. Biographies: Diane K. Newman, DNP,...

Uncoated Catheters - Diane Newman

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In this short demonstration video, Diane Newman shares two types of uncoated catheters used for intermittent self-catheterization when an individual has issues with urinary retention. Uncoated catheters require lubrication to be applied to them prior to application to prevent trauma to the urethra. Also in this video, Diane shows the Twist by Cure Medical catheter, a shorter catheter for women wit...

Closed Catheters Systems - Diane Newman

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In this short demonstration video, Diane Newman shares features of the Cure Medical closed catheter system. This sterile, single-use, unisex Cure Catheter Closed System features a pre-lubricated straight or Coude catheter tip with an integrated 1500 ml collection bag. It is offered in a single and a kit configuration used to safely catheterize yourself. Closed catheter systems include everything y...

Intermittent Catheter Features - Diane Newman

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In this short demonstration video, Diane Newman shares different features of the Convatec and of the Cure Medical intermittent catheters. Intermittent catheterization is an effective solution to emptying the bladder for those individuals who cannot empty their bladder on their own. Dr. Newman shows different catheters and talks about why it is important to consider the length of the catheter as we...

Self Intermittent Catheters Types - Diane Newman

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In this short demonstration video, Diane Newman shares two types of self-intermittent catheters that can be inserted several times a day, for just long enough to drain the bladder, and then be removed. She highlights Convatec as well as Cure Medical catheters. Biographies: Diane K. Newman, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN , Adjunct Professor of Urology in Surgery, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Penns...

Evidence Supporting the Use of Urinary Catheters for Intermittent Catheterization - Diane Newman

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Diane Newman presents a state-of-the-art lecture on the evidence to support the use of urinary catheters for intermittent catheterization. She identifies the indications in short and long-term complications of intermittent catheterization. She also classifies the components of intermittent catheterization, differentiates each catheter reuse and single use, identifies current evidence-based researc...

Types of Neurogenic Bladder Disorders - Diane Newman

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Diane Newman, adult nurse practitioner and a continence nurse specialist in urology outlines four types of neurogenic bladder disorders: atonic bladder, hyper-reflexive bladder, uninhibited bladder, and sensorimotor paralytic bladder. In addition to describing their symptoms, she also advises on how to diagnose and treat these disorders. Biographies: Diane K. Newman, DNP, ANP-BC, FAAN , Adjunct Pr...

Clinical Application of Urologic Catheters, Devices and Products, A Book Review with Eric Rovner

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(Length of Discussion: 3 min) Diane Newman and Eric Rovner discuss a newly published book on urologic devices and catheters. This book is written for the urology and gynecology community and mindfully designed to be a great resource for patients as well. The book houses a breadth of topics from urologic devices, skin care, catheter options, and procedures. Biographies: Diane K. Newman, DNP Eric S....
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