We produce both Continence Care and Critical Care solutions
“We provide products and services for people with urinary continence issues. With over 25 years of experience, our 180Medical service business is the leading catheter retailer
in the US.”
Seth Segel, President and Chief Operating Officer, Home Services Group and Global Continence Care
~$2bnIntermittent Catheter Global Market Size
~4%Market Growth Rate
$387mOur 2021 Continence Revenues
#1Retailer in US catheters
At Convatec we create products and services for people with urinary continence issues related to spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, spina bifida and other causes:
Our 180Medical business, part of Convatec’s Home Services Group, is dedicated to providing high-quality supplies and A+ service and support.
Founded in 1994 the business is the leading catheter retailer in the US.
We now offer both Cure Medical and GentleCath™ intermittent catheters – expanding the portfolio of products we can offer our patients.
Our me+™ program offers the support patients need. Everything from information about products, tips and advice about cathing and a community to engage with. If patients have questions about cathing our me+ specialists are available on the phone.
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GentleCath™ FeelClean™ Technology - How it works
GentleCath™ Air for Men
Up to 30% of patients admitted to the ICU experience fecal incontinence1 (FI) during their hospital stay. A serious threat to patients, FI also poses a significant challenge to hospitals to tackle.
Flexi-Seal™ PROTECT PLUS Fecal Management System is an indwelling fecal management catheter intended for use to manage fecal incontinence through the collection of liquid to semi-liquid stool and to provide access to administer medications.
1. Bayón García, Cristina & Binks, Rachel & De Luca, Enrico & Dierkes, Christine & Franci, Andrea & Gallart, Elisabet & Niederalt, Georg & Wyncoll, Duncan. (2012). Prevalence, management and clinical challenges associated with acute faecal incontinence in the ICU and critical care settings: The FIRSTTM cross-sectional descriptive survey. Intensive & critical care nursing : the official journal of the British Association of Critical Care Nurses. 28. 242-50.