Free Catheter Samples Colorado Springs

For FREE NO-OBLIGATION catheter samples of any of the latest technology, which are virtually pain free. Please fill out the form to the right.

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Free Samples

If you would like to receive free catheter samples, please fill out the form below and hit Submit.

Patient Care Medical provides Free Catheter Samples to you in Colorado Springs. Check out our catheter products below and all catheters can be shipped to your home in Colorado Springs.

Patient Care Medical provides daily catheter users with the most comprehensive and beneficial program available.  Fill out our Form on the right to receive free catheter samples in Colorado Springs.

Call us today about the latest and advanced catheter technology
designed and engineered for greater comfort and ease of use.

Through our LIMITED TIME ONLY program we will have a 3 day supply of
these new catheters shipped directly to you in Colorado Springs from the manufacturer, at no
cost and without any obligation.

Simply fill out the form on the right and the free catheters will be
immediately sent to you in Colorado Springs, or call us today at (888) 726-5066 and we will
order the samples for you.

Features of the Patient Care Medical catheter program include:

  • Catheter samples at little or no cost (with qualifying insurance coverage)
  • “No hassle” ordering program
  • A Personal Customer Care Representative (you’ll talk to the same person every time you contact us)
  • Free and discreet shipping
  • We work directly with your physician to ensure the correct product for your individual needs
  • We handle everything; paperwork, ordering, and billing your insurance
  • We’ll work with you on your co-pay and can completely eliminate it under certain conditions (call for more information)
  • Monthly or quarterly re-ordering program tailored to your needs, so you should never be without a supply of catheters
  • Overnight shipping of emergency catheters if necessary, at no cost
Insurance coverage of catheters:

  • Medicare allows up to 200 catheters a month with your physician’s approval
  • Medicaid varies from State to State, but generally allows as prescribed by your physician

Private insurance varies from coverage to coverage but will generally allow the monthly amount prescribed by your physician as per their assessment of your needs

 Free Catheter Samples Colorado Springs

Travel Catheter for Women:

Travel catheters are self-lubricating, portable, discrete and compact similar to the shape of a mascara or lip gloss. It easily can fit in your purse.

Pocket Catheters for Men:

Pocket Catheters are a flexible, u shaped Catheter that enables men to conveniently and discretely carry the product in a pants pocket. The curvature also can make it easier to insert.

Closed System Catheters:

Closed System Catheter offers sterile and clean supplies with the convenience of one complete package. Closed System Catheter provides you trouble-free disposal and minimal infectivity. Closed System Catheter includes a pre-lubricated catheter, which makes insertion effortless. Closed System Catheters can help prevent Urinary Tract infections.

Hydrophilic Catheters:

A hydrophilic catheter is a self lubricating catheter designed to be lubricated when moistened with water, which eases friction on the urethra upon insertion.

Coude Tip Catheters:

A Coude catheter is a semi-rigid catheter that has a curve or bend at the tip. The curved tip allows it to navigate over the curvature of the prostate or any other urethral obstruction it may encounter. A Coude catheter is specifically designed for this purpose.

Intermittent Catheters:

Intermittent catheterization is the temporary placement of a catheter (tube) to remove urine from the body. This is usually done by placing the catheter through the urethra (the tube that leads from the bladder to the outside opening) to empty the bladder.

Foley Catheters:

A Foley catheter is a flexible tube that is passed
through the urethra and into the bladder. The tube has two separated channels, or lumens, running down its length. One lumen is open at both ends, and allows urine to drain out into a collection bag. The other lumen has a valve on the outside end and connects to a balloon at the tip; the balloon is inflated with sterile water when it lies inside the bladder.

External Catheters:A condom catheter is a male urinary incontinence device consisting of a flexible sheath that fits over the penis just like a condom. The condom part is then attached to a tube that drains the urine into a urinary storage bag. These types of catheters are usually good for those individuals who suffer from male urinary incontinence.



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