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At Binson's we believe in Better Products, provide Better Service so you can have a Better Life. We proudly carry these top brands for catheters and supplies.


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We carry a full line of Urinary Supplies and Catheters to cover all the major products you need. New to cathing or curious about the different types of catheters? We created a quick reference guide to help you understand the different types of catheters.

Intermittent Catheters 3 sizes
Intermittent Catheterization

Intermittent catheterization (IC) is the insertion and removal of a catheter several times a day to empty the bladder. The purpose of catheterization is to drain urine from a bladder that is not emptying adequately or from a surgically created channel that connects the bladder with the abdominal surface (such as Mitrofanoff continent urinary diversion).
Intermittent catheterization is widely advocated as an effective bladder management strategy for patients with incomplete bladder emptying due to idiopathic or neurogenic detrusor (bladder) dysfunction (NDO).

External Condom Catheter
External Catheters

External Catheters are sheaths that fit over the skin to drain the bladder. The most common type is the self-adhesive catheter. The catheter sheath has a skin-friendly adhesive which, when rolled onto the skin, forms a seal to prevent leakage. The tip of the sheath is connected to urinary tubing which leads to a urinary leg bag or other urinary catheter drainage bag. External catheters usually may be worn for up to 24 hours. Both silicone and latex catheters are available. Both are good options, but more men prefer all silicone. A variety of sizes is available for each type.

Foley Catheter
Foley Catheters

A Foley catheter is a thin, sterile tube inserted into the bladder to drain urine. Because it can be left in place in the bladder for some time, it is also called an indwelling catheter. It is held in place with a balloon at the end, which is filled with sterile water to prevent the catheter from being removed from the bladder. The urine drains through the catheter tube into a bag, which is emptied when full. The procedure to insert a catheter is called catheterization.

Closed System Catheters Coloplast
Closed System Catheters

Closed System Catheters are intermittent catheters that are integrated with a urine collection bag. The catheter comes connected to tubing which is connected to a urinary bag. The patient pulls off the cap, inserts the catheter tip into the urethra, pulling out as much of the catheter tubing from the bag as required to reach the bladder. The bladder drains urine directly into the bag. Many self-catheterization kits come with an inducer tip which aids in bypassing the greatest amount of bacteria concentrated in the first few millimeters of the urethra.


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