A catheter is a tube that extracts and collects urine from people’s bodies. You may be required by your doctor to have a urinary catheter if you have incontinence or have just undergone a surgery. In other words, you may need it for a short or long period of time, depending on your condition. At Alliance Home Health & Hospice LLC, we can provide you with a catheter care service to help you manage living with a catheter attached to your body.
Our nurses can assist you in taking care of your catheter by:
- Preventing complications that are associated with catheters (i.e. infections)
- Explaining how to practice good hygiene with a catheter and how to properly take care of it
- Working together with your physician to have your condition monitored
- And more
Learn more about this by calling 650-285-2503 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org today.