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Towson Medical Equipment is a DME store that is centrally located within Montgomery County and Baltimore serving Maryland, DC and Virginia. We carry a variety of DME products including catheter supplies. We are also providers for most local insurances and we provide FREE Monthly Delivery of your items. View our order form here.
Medicare Catheter Limits
**Medicare patients are allowed up to the following per month: **
1 foley catheter, or
35 condom catheters, or
200 intermittent catheters –w- lubricant, and
2 urinary leg bags, and
2 drainage bags
Catheters come in a variety of sizes and they are used differently. All of them are used to manage urinal incontinence for males and females. They are typically available in lengths from 8 Fr to 26 Fr, or 2.7 mm to 8.7 mm. Here is a look at the different types you are bound to find in the market.
Intermittent catheters This is a common type of catheter that’s disposable which means they should only be used once. This is the type of catheter that’s recommended for people who frequently have urinary incontinence. They are placed inside the body through the urethra so that they can help drain the bladder fully. Before, the intermittent catheters used to have small bend at the tip. However, the new ones come with Coude or straight tips.
External catheters These types of catheters are used outside the body, just as the name suggests. For men, this catheter works in the same way as a condom and worn in the same way. However, for women it is like a pouch. You will only have to replace what comes into contact with the body. This makes it an economical solution to your problem.
Indwelling Catheters Indwelling catheters are also referred to as the Foley catheters. They are different from the intermittent and external. They are not used for a short time like the other catheters. Instead, they are positioned in place to stay for long and it takes a qualified medical practitioner to insert them.
The suprapubic catheter is the other type of indwelling catheter which is connected to the bladder through the abdomen. The insertion of this catheter is normally done during a surgical process.
All of the above types of catheters are used to clear your bladder and keep your urinary system clear from infections. Before you use any, make sure you consult the doctor for advice.
Insurances We Accept
Medicaid of MD (pays 100%)
Please visit specific items below. You can also contact Mary (manager of Olney Medical Equipment) for further information at 301-774-8200 or Erin in Towson at 410-882-4005. Prescriptions may be faxed directly to Mary at 301-774-5767. Thank-You for your Time and for Choosing Towson Medical Equipment to provide you with excellent medical supplies and service!