Cure Pediatric Catheter - Cure Medical

Cure Catheter® for Pediatrics

The sterile, single-use, uncoated Cure Catheter features polished eyelets for comfort. It is offered in male, female, and pediatric lengths. The coude tip features a Control Stripe to ensure correct insertion orientation. Cure Catheter packages feature unique, dual openings for increased ease of use.


The sterile, single-use uncoated catheter for children features all these benefits:

  • Smooth, fire polished eyelets help enable comfortable use
  • Coude tip with a Control Stripe feature to ensure correct insertion orientation
  • Unique, dual openings for increased ease of use
  • High quality materials not made with DEHP/DINP*, BPA or natural rubber latex – learn more about the concerns with DEHP here.
  • Offered as a case of 300 units and available in 8-14” FR
  • We support medical research
  • Available in USA and Canada

Visual comparison of Cure Medical polshed eyelets compared to other manfacturers

FREE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS FOR GIRLS & BOYSRequest a free backpack with educational materials to help your child learn how to cath, courtesy of Cure Medical.

Parents or caregivers can teach children ‘How To Cath’ using fun, instruction tools and educational materials. Contact us to request a complimentary backpack with educational materials to help your child learn the steps for self-cathing. Backpacks include:

  • Option for a blue or pink backpack with no logos — for discretion at school or away from home
  • Flash cards for boys and girls that also include steps for cathing with or without stomas
  • Coloring books with crayons, a complimentary toy – and more!


Catheter FR 8 to 14 Size GuideThe color of the funnel end corresponds to the French (FR) size for easy identification.

Part No.
French Size
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Pediatric, 10”, Straight Tip



Pediatric, 10”, Straight Tip



Pediatric, 10”, Straight Tip



Pediatric, 10”, Straight Tip


Instructions for Use – Guide d’Instruction (French) – Instrucciones (Spanish)

Please consult your physician for instructions for use. These are general instructions, not specific to an individual’s special needs.