Gentle Protection. Confident Living.

Protects the urethra due to no sticking1,2

Designed to reduce discomfort, bleeding, and the risk of UTIs1,2

Minimal mess and residue1

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UTIs are a big issue for intermittent catheter users3

Antibiotic resistance from repeated use can be a health risk when treating recurrent urinary track infections (UTIs).4

Although intermittent catheters have improved, there can still be issues with UTIs.1

Bleeding Discomfort Recurrent UTIs


Damage from repeated catheter use can weaken the urethral defense increasing the risk of UTIs5

Why does current technology increase the risk of UTIs?

Traditional hydrophilic catheters have coatings that make them slippery on the way in, but they can become sticky when removed.1

This can cause discomfort, bleeding, and damage to your urethra leading to a higher chance of getting UTIs.1,4

Watch this video to learn more about how FeelClean™ Technology works.







with FeelClean™ Technology provides the solution

GentleCath™ with FeelClean™ Technology is the first and only catheter where the slippery hydrophilic properties are integrated inside the catheter itself rather than having a sticky coating.

Without this coating, FeelClean™ Technology does not stick, so protects your delicate urethra,1,2 your body's first line of defense against UTIs.*6

Independently tested against at Queen’s University Belfast.

GentleCath™ with FeelClean™ Technology is designed to improve outcomes and quality of life for intermittent catheter users.2

Try GentleCath™ catheters with FeelClean™ Technology for yourself.

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Gentle Protection. Confident Living.

References: 1. Pollard D, Allen D, Irwin N J, Moore J V, McClelland N, McCoy C P. Evaluation of an Integrated Amphiphilic Surfactant as an Alternative to Traditional Polyvinylpyrrolidone Coatings for Hydrophilic Intermittent Urinary Catheters. Biotribology. 2022;32(Dec 2022):100223. 2. In vitro data on file. 3. Engberg S, Clapper J, McNichol L, Thompson D, Welch VW, Gray M. Current Evidence Related to Intermittent Catheterization: A Scoping Review. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2020;47(2):140-165. doi:10.1097/WON.0000000000000625 4. Rognoni C, Tarricone R. Intermittent catheterisation with hydrophilic and non-hydrophilic urinary catheters: systematic literature review and meta-analyses. BMC Urol. 2017;17(1):4. doi:10.1186/s12894-016-0191-1 5. Dellimore KH, Helyer AR, Franklin SE. A scoping review of important urinary catheter induced complications. J Mater Sci Mater Med. 2013;24(8):1825-1835. doi:10.1007/s10856-013-4953-y 6. Jafari NV, Rohn JL. The urothelium: a multi-faceted barrier against a harsh environment. Mucosal Immunol. 2022;15(6):1127-1142. doi:10.1038/s41385-022-00565-0

*Urethral trauma is a risk factor of UTIs

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