If your medical practice sometimes requires the use of female catheters, catheters for men, self catheters, or urine catheters, you should do a little bit of research on available hydrophilic catheters so that you can choose the most effective and comfortable hydrophilic catheters available.
If you have not used hydrophilic catheters in your practice in the past, you and your patients have been missing out. Quality hydrophilic catheters have a special surface that binds water to them. When activated, this surface makes these catheters extremely slippery, which makes them more easy to insert than other types of catheters, and much more comfortable for your patients.
Patients with a lot of experience with catheters will appreciate the fact that your practice has decided to switch to hydrophilic catheters, and doctors with lots of experience inserting catheters will appreciate how easy they are to use. Having a catheter inserted can be scary or painful for first time patients, so make sure that you do everything you can to make them more comfortable by choosing hydrophilic catheters for your medical practice.