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Self-Cath Closed System Straight Tip, single units

ProductsSelf-Cath Closed System Straight Tip, single units
Company Mentor Corporation
Item Self-Cath Closed System Straight Tip, single units
Features 
  • Includes a 100% latex-free Mentor Self-Cath catheter.
  • The new EasyOff tear tab makes it easy to use, even for patients with limited dexterity.
Description The Self-Cath Closed System is a latex-free unisex system that provides a method for safe, simple catheterization designed to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections. It includes a 100% latex-free Mentor Self-Cath catheter. The new EasyOff tear tab makes it easy to use, even for patients with limited dexterity.
Info Mentor Corporation
Customer Service: (800) 525-0245
Web site: http://www.mentorcorp.com/index-us.htm

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