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Urethral Catheterisation Device (UCD®)

Integrated guidewire

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UCD® is reimbursed by UK insurance companies

CCSD code M4820

and available to order on the NHS Supply Chain

NPC code FST951

Visit us at The Society of Thoracic Surgery

56th Annual Meeting

New Orleans, USA, 25-28 January 2020

Booth 1004

Visit the event website

Now FDA Approved

The patented Urethrotech Urethral Catheterisation Device (UCD®) is a Breakthrough Urology Device that assists medical professionals to provide value-based care for the treatment of failed or difficult catheterisation.

The integrated UCD-guidewire can safely negotiate a large prostate and guide the urinary catheter into the bladder.

Men at risk of traumatic catheterisation typically have a large prostate or are unable to relax the urethral sphincter muscle.

Costs of managing catheterisation-related complications are reduced, providing safer and better care.

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Tony

"The integrated guidewire enables safe urethral catheterisation."

Professor Tony Mundy

Professor of Urology

Simple and Effective Solution

For difficult urethral catheterisation management

Safe and easy for patient and provider

Ready-to-use consumable whenever needed in any clinical area

Improved patient care pathway without delay

Avoid referral for invasive specialist interventions

Clinically proven

Key features

A World’s First - NEW indwelling urinary catheter subcategory!

Integrated hydrophilic Nitinol guidewire

16F Silicone 3-way Foley Catheter

Attached plug to close guidewire (irrigation) channel

International patents and trademarks

Purpose-designed and regulated: CE-mark, FDA 510(k) and ISO 13486:2016

PDF: Instructions For Use

Videos

Procurement (1m 42s)

The patient (2m 26s)

Instructions for use (8m 39s)

More Information / Purchase Orders

For more information, or if you like to place an order, please contact us.

Contact Us

Urethrotech® Ltd
24 Garth Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT2 5NY, UK
Company Registration No: 06432593, VAT Registration No: GB144772891