Lower Urology

Managing lower urinary tract dysfunction

Porgès Coloplast offers a wide range of products designed specifically for managing lower urinary tract dysfunction. Read more

Our broad portfolio includes the full line of disposable and surgical devices for handling prostate disorders, from diagnosis (biopsy with needles and biopsy guns) to treatment (prostatic catheters, bladder evacuator Easivac, post operative bags). Our solutions come in a variety of materials to address even the most specific requirements. The latest Hydro X-Flow Prostatic Catheter is a good example of how Porgès Coloplast applies innovation to meet medical needs, with a hydro coating on a silicone body delivering outstanding ease of use.


Single-use devices

Our range of single-use devices – specifically designed and manufactured for managing bladder drainage – answers all your voiding dysfunction management needs. With indwelling times of up to 12 weeks, our line of Foley in-dwelling catheters is specially adapted to treat bladder drainage problems. To meet a range of budgetary needs, the Foley range is available in a variety of materials, from our ‘Folysil all silicone’ gold standard to our more economical latex line, ‘Folatex’.

Porgès Coloplast solutions for the lower urinary tract also address supra pubic drainage management via products such as our ‘Cystodrain Integral’, with an integrated balloon catheter for easy insertion and removal.

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Treating bladder dysfunction

Bladder dysfunctions such as overactive bladder (OAB) can be treated using BoNee, our dedicated bladder injection needles developed in partnership with physicians to deliver low viscosity medications precisely where intended in the bladder wall.

BoNee bladder injection needleBladder outflow obstruction, urethral stricture, and other urological conditions can also be treated with Porgès Coloplast products.

All our devices are developed to be easily applied and removed, offering safe and intuitive handling and great-fitting performance.


Products and treatment options

In-hospital continence management

In-hospital continence management

Appropriate drainage of the bladder is critical for effective treatment. Porgès Coloplast catheter provides a wide range of options for dilation, drainage, difficult catheterization and emergency drainage. Solutions for managing bladder drainage

Bladder voiding management is the very first step in urine drainage. To aid bladder voiding, Porgès Coloplast offers a wide range of solutions – each tailored to patient needs and different levels of urgency.

Daily practice can be managed via our range of Foley catheters, which are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and materials, including latex and silicone.


Comprehensive range

For difficult catheterization and stricture management, we have a comprehensive range of innovative dilation devices, including bougies, catheters without balloon, and specialty catheters.

If emergency bladder drainage is required, the supra pubic puncture technique can be used. Our supra pubic kits range from splittable metal trocar kits to splittable plastic trocar, support all techniques, and offer unique features, such as an integrated balloon for greater efficiency and patient comfort.



Learn more about our solutions for managing bladder drainage

Benign prostate hyperplasia

Benign prostate hyperplasia

Benign prostate hyperplasia is a common and treatable medical pathology. Different options for treatment are available, depending on the patient’s condition and history. Options for treatment

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the non-malignant proliferation of epithelial and stromal cells in the prostate gland. It is a gradually progressive, histologic change that leads to the enlargement of the prostate, primarily in older men. The prevalence of histologic BPH is estimated at 90% among men in their 70s.

BPH commonly presents with obstructive and irritative lower urinary tract symptoms, including incomplete emptying, a weak urine stream, and urinary hesitancy, frequency, urgency, nocturia, and incontinence. The condition is diagnosed based on the patient’s clinical history and digital rectal examination (DRE) findings, and confirmed by ultrasound examination and prostate biopsy.

By offering a wide range of prostatic catheters in different materials, shapes and sizes, Porgès Coloplast is a major solutions provider in this area. Innovative Porgès Coloplast solutions offer significant benefits, including more comfortable catheter insertion and removal and technologies that allow for evacuation of the bladder after transurethral resection of the prostate or bladder tumours. 

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Urodynamic testing

Urodynamic testing

Typically conducted by urologists, urogynecologists or urology nurses, urodynamic testing provides physicians with the information they need to diagnose a patient's incontinence and recommend the best treatment options available. Urodynamic treatment options

Urodynamic investigations assess the function of the bladder and the bladder outflow tract (urethra). During a test, the bladder is filled and then emptied while pressure readings are taken from the bladder and the abdomen. The goal is to replicate the patient’s bladder symptoms, examine them and determine their cause.

Urodynamics is used to diagnose:

  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Urge urinary incontinence
  • Mixed incontinence (stress and urge urinary incontinence)

Urodynamics is particularly important if surgery is being considered, as it can help make sure the correct procedure is performed.

Porgès Coloplast offers a wide range of single-use devices for urodynamic examinations. Made from neoplex, PVC or polyurethane, our catheter range covers the majority of urodynamic exams, including urethra-cystomanometry, cystomanometry, pressure flow rate and abdominal pressure. The range is completed by a variety of useful accessories.

The BoNee bladder injection needle

The BoNee bladder injection needle

The BoNee needle is used to deliver injectable materials such as botulinum toxin into the urinary bladder wall during transurethral endoscopic procedures. Read more about bladder injection needle

When people who suffer from a strong urge to pass urine do not respond to other medication, they may be given a bladder injection.

Injecting botulinum toxin into the bladder wall can significantly relax the bladder and ease the symptoms. The procedure is well tolerated, but needs to be repeated every 4 to 9 months. Recent FDA approvals have opened this treatment option to patients suffering from idiopathic neurogenic detrusor overactivity (NDO) and overactive bladder (OAB).

The Porgès Coloplast BoNee needle was developed in partnership with physicians to deliver botulinum toxin and other low viscosity medication precisely where intended through a rigid or flexible cystoscope.


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