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New! Curan Lady

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Curan Lady is a convenient and discreet compact catheter for women who use ISC (intermittent self-catheterisation). The size and look of a pen, it is easy to open and ready to use. Curan Lady contains a hydrogel filled chamber that ensures a mess-free smooth lubrication of the catheter on removal from the tube packaging. Featuring polished eyelets that are gentle on the urethra, insertion and removal is comfortable and micro trauma is minimised. With no water to empty, it is also discreet and simple to dispose of. Sterile, single use and offering a 17% saving compared to the market leader,1 Curan Lady is a cost-effective alternative. Available in charriere sizes 10-14 and presented in a box of 30.

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1. Drug Tariff June 2013

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