Unveiling the New Cure Ultra Intermittent Catheter for Women
Ladies, the new Cure Ultra™ intermittent catheter for women is now available, and you’ll love how easy it is to use and discreetly store while you’re out and about. The Cure Ultra is the latest in a series of DEHP & BPA-free catheters that Cure Medical makes for women. See all of its’ wonderful features below.
About the Cure Ultra™ Intermittent Catheter for Women
The sterile, single use Cure Ultra™ is a ready to use catheter for women, available in French sizes 8-16. The small package features:
- an easy tear top,
- polished eyelets,
- a pre-lubricated straight tip, and
- a unique, ‘No Roll’ connector/funnel end.
Because the Cure Ultra™ comes ready to use, as it is pre-lubricated, you won’t have to waste a lot of time getting ready to cath while you are out and about.
Due to it’s small size, the Cure Ultra™ is ideal when discretion and convenience are important considerations.
Cure Medical CEO John Anderson says, “The new Cure Ultra offers the least waste and smallest package, ever, for a ready-to-use catheter designed for active women on the go.”
Keep in mind too, most women who perform self-intermittent catheterization sit on the toilet. The shorter length Cure Ultra™ is ideal for this technique because the shorter catheter is less likely to touch the toilet. You want to avoid cross-contamination while self-cathing at all costs!
Other self-intermittent catheterization positions include sitting in a chair or wheelchair or lying down with pillows behind the back. In these instances, the Cure Ultra™ intermittent catheter is easy to use too.
And, the Cure Ultra’s price is right if you are paying out-of-pocket for your medical supplies! Cure Medical catheters are some of the most affordable options available on the market today, compared to other competitive brands.
Cure products work like any traditional catheter. There’s no need to learn a new routine. Learn more here.
Although Cure Medical intermittent catheters function like others, they offer unique features that users value, like:
- Polished Eyelets
Cure Medical always uses an ultrasonic process to ensure that all eyelets on all catheters are exceptionally smooth. The difference in eyelet quality between a Cure Medical product and others can be seen – and felt!
- Not Made With DEHP, BPA, or Natural Rubber Latex
By investing in advanced technology and selecting high quality materials for manufacturing, Cure Medical helps ensure that users experience maximum safety, comfort, and peace of mind.
Cure Catheters are DEHP-Free for a Reason
Cure is the first and only company to manufacture all of its products without:
- DEHP, a known carcinogen,
- latex, a common allergen, and
A Study conducted at Craig Center in Denver, Colorado found that people with SCI are 100 times more likely to get bladder cancer. To finally have a product on the market that contains no cancer-causing plasticizer or latex is a huge advancement. It may be one important step in staying healthy.
“At Cure Medical, we stand behind our commitments such as funding research for a cure by donating 10% of our net Income to research for a cure. Our other commitments to our customers include very smooth eyes on every catheter and we never use obnoxious chemicals like BPA, DEHP and Latex in our products. As we move forward, we promise less waste, improved ease of use, and more discreet products,” Anderson continues.
Request a Free Cure Medical Ultra Catheter Sample
If you’d like to be one of the first people who get to try out the new Cure Ultra intermittent catheter for women, click here to request a free sample from Cure’s distribution partner Comfort Medical!
What People Are Saying About Cure Catheters
Customer feedback stays at the forefront of the company’s research and development efforts. Some of the reactions from Cure Medical catheter users include:
- “Your catheter is the very best, I love your product!”
- “So soft and smooth I didn’t even feel the catheter insertion! Totally amazing, please keep up the great work!”
- “With the Cure Catheter, it is much easier and draining is complete! Thank you for everything you do!”
Paying It Forward By Choosing Cure Medical
When you choose Cure Medical for your intermittent catheters, you are also helping to fund research to find a cure for spinal cord injury. That’s because Cure donates 10% of their net profit to neurologic research in search for solutions for spinal cord injuries and central nervous system disorders. This is what truly sets Cure Medical apart from other catheter manufacturers.
Founded by quadriplegic Bob Yant in 2008, Cure Medical strives to improve lifestyle options for catheter users by putting their money where their mouth is. Yant is a C4/C5 spinal cord injury survivor, whose injury was caused by a diving accident in Newport Beach, CA when he was 19 years old.
Yant has since strived to find ways to make catherization more efficient, more comfortable, and less stressful for catheter users through the products that are developed and offered by Cure Medical. Yant is also on the board of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and an active fundraiser for the organization.
Learn more about the spinal cord injury research projects that Cure Medical supports at: http://www.curemedical.com/research-key/cureheader_homefinal
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Comfort Medical provides an extensive selection of name brand catheter and ostomy supplies to thousands of customers nationwide. Their attention to detail, unmatched customer service, and dedication to helping customers live a happier, healthier life are just a few of the many reasons Comfort is one of the fastest growing catheter and ostomy supply companies in the nation.
Note: This article is for informational use only and is not intended to be construed as medical advice. Ask your doctor about issues related to your health and neurogenic bladder, and if Cure Catheters are a good fit for your continence care needs.