Male Catheterisation Simulator
Practice catheterisation just as on a real patient. A lubricated catheter can be inserted in the urethral orifice, pass through the urethra then into the bladder. When the bladder is successfully entered, artificial urine (water) will flow from the catheter.
The student will feel the normal restrictions caused by the mucosal folds, bulbous urethra, and the internal urethral sphincter, just prior to entrance into the bladder.
The experience teaches proper positioning and movement of the penis to allow the catheter to pass easily. In addition, the simulator is useful for anatomical identification and demonstration of perineal care.
Note: Deflate cuff completely before the catheter is removed. Improper use of a Foley catheter can result in damage to the simulator.