What Are the Best Male External Catheters?

Articles, Male Urine Management

Urinary Catheters are required to adequately manage urinary output and reduce the risk of infections, and other possible clinical adverse events such as Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD), Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection, Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) etc – occurring due to inadequate UI management. Urinary catheters are broadly classified into three categories- Indwelling catheters– An […]

Medical Innovations, By the Nurses, For the Nurses


There are approximately 4 million registered nurses in the US. We’ have seen this number countless times in the last two years during the pandemic while the world was reminded that nurses are superheroes, and they risk their lives every day to care for others. Nurses and healthcare workers have been collectively dedicating their lives […]

Incontinence from an RN Perspective

Articles, Female Urine Management, Male Urine Management, Stool Management

By Amanda Linneman RN, BSN Clinical Team Manager Consure Medical Incontinence is the inability of the body to control the evacuative functions of urination or defecation, a partial or complete loss of bladder or bowel control. To me, incontinence is so much more.   Incontinence is embarrassment, shame, the fear of sneezing or laughing aloud […]