Introducing the Cure Ultra: Ready to Use Catheter for Men

Cure Medical has unveiled the new 16-inch Cure Ultra™ Intermittent Catheter for men who are seeking an easy-to-use, pre-lubricated catheter that will not kink.  You’ll love the new Ultra catheter for men, because it’s ready to use with no drip, and no mess when you take it out of the package!

The sterile, single use Cure Ultra™ intermittent catheter for men offers the following features:

  • Sizes: 8-18 French
  • 16-inch long catheter
  • Easy tear top
  • Fire-polished eyelets
  • Pre-lubricated straight tip with CoverAll™ technology – no drip, less mess
  • Easy gripper sleeve for better control
  • Unique, ‘No Roll’ connector/funnel end
  • Not made with DEHP, BPA or natural rubber Latex

Cure Medical CEO John Anderson says, “We are thrilled to provide an option to men who want a ready-to-use catheter with more grip control and less mess. You can ask your current catheter provider for the Cure Ultra™ as it is now available nationwide.”

The Cure Medical Ultra™ Intermittent Catheter offers all the convenience of a ready-to-use catheter, without the drip or mess.

The Cure Medical Ultra™ Intermittent Catheter offers all the convenience of a ready-to-use catheter, without the drip or mess.


The Cure Ultra™ for men features a proprietary CoverAll™ application process for even distribution of lubricant over the catheter as it is removed from the package – making the catheter ready-to-use with no resistance as you self-cath.

Additionally, the Cure Ultra™ for men includes a unique gripper for increased ease of use.


Guys, a case of Cure Ultra™ catheters weighs a lot less than a case of hydrophilic catheters because of the difference in weight between the water used in hydrophilics and the gel that Cure uses to make the Ultra™ ready-to-use.


If you have limited hand dexterity, or less upper body mobility, consider the Cure Ultra™ as a lighter, easier-to-transport alternative to your current hydrophilic catheter. A case of the Cure Ultra™ ready-to-use catheter for men is nearly 50% lighter than a case of Cure Hydrophilic catheters. That’s because the gel used in our CoverAll™ lubrication process weighs much less than the water that is used to lubricate hydrophilic catheters.


“At Cure Medical, we stand behind our commitments like funding research for a cure by donating 10% of our net Income to research programs worldwide. We also commit to quality care for our customers by including very smooth eyes on every catheter, and we never use obnoxious chemicals like BPA, DEHP [two known carcinogens]  or Latex in our products,” Anderson says.

The CURE NATION is growing every day with delighted customers who are united in pursuit of a Cure, and we invite you to join us too.

The Cure Medical Ultra™ intermittent catheter for men is available now from Cure Medical and its authorized medical supply dealers.

For more information, or to request a sample, please visit

About Cure Medical

Founded by quadriplegic Bob Yant, Cure Medical is an independently-owned company that develops, manufactures, and markets intermittent catheters and closed catheter systems worldwide.


Cure Medical catheters are not made with natural rubber latex, DEHP or BPA. Simply by using Cure Catheters® or Cure Catheter® Closed Systems for routine intermittent catheterization, you take part in the sustained pursuit of a cure, as Cure Medical is also the only intermittent catheter manufacturer that donates 10% of net income to scientific research.  Learn more at  or call 800.570.1778.

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