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Cunningham Clamp For Urinary Incontinence

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To do this, gently squeeze the middle of your shaft with your thumb and forefinger. Apply slight pressure as if stopping the flow of urine . Then, measure around your shaft using a tape measure.

  • If your shaft is 3 inches , youll need the large clamp.
  • If your shaft is 2 inches , you ll need the regular clamp.
  • If your shaft is 1½ inches , youll need the juvenile clamp.

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When Is A Penile Clamp Used

A penile compression clamp will work well in the following situations:

  • For active men who need a discreet product for incontinence
  • For preventing urine leakage for a specific period like while doing exercise
  • Stress urinary incontinence
  • Preventing urine leakage is more important than containing it
  • You can remember to release the clamp every 2-3 hours

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Choose Size Of Cunningham Urinary Incontinence Penile Clamp

Product Name : Cunningham Male Urinary Incontinence Penile Clamp, 2in., Regular MediumSKU Number : MCK-40531900

Product Name : Cunningham Male Urinary Incontinence Penile Clamp, 3in., Large SKU Number : MCK-40541900

Nonsterile, Large, 3 Inch, Rubber, Adjustable, Reusable

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How To Clean Your Clamp

Follow the steps below to clean your clamp. Make sure to clean your clamp when it gets soiled.

  • Hand wash your clamp in a sink with mild soap and warm water. Do not use bleach, detergent, or hot water on your clamp.
  • Rinse your clamp thoroughly in cool, clean water.
  • Gently squeeze the foam to get rid of excess water.
  • Let your clamp dry in a cool place away from excess heat or direct sunlight. Do not put your clamp in the washer or dryer or use a blow dryer on it.

Guidelines For Using Your Clamp

Follow these guidelines when using your clamp:

  • Remove your clamp every 1 to 2 hours to allow urine to flow out. This is important in order to avoid urinary tract infections .
  • If you have trouble removing your clamp, call your healthcare provider.
  • Every 2 hours, move the clamp up or down your shaft. Dont keep it clamped for more than 2 hours in the same place.
  • Dont use the clamp of you have arthritis or trouble using your hands.
  • Dont use the clamp at night while youre sleeping. Use adult urinary pads for leakage.
  • After youve been using your clamp for awhile, check for signs of deterioration or damage . Your clamp should be replaced every 3 months or sooner if the foam wears down.

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Penile Clamps/cuffs For Male Urinary Incontinence

Your healthcare professional should be consulted prior to using a penile clamp for male urinary incontinence.

The penile clamp or cuff are devices that may be used to manage some urine leakage in some men. It may be used by men after prostate surgery who have some urine leakage. The clamp/cuff, which has a soft foam inside, is placed half way down the shaft and when in place and closed, it compresses the urethra so that urine cannot escape. The clamp is sometimes referred to as a Cunningham clamp. Modern cuffs devices protect circulation, which greatly increases its safety and comfort over a clamp device. Some newer clamp and cuff designs also include an absorbent product for extra security.

A penile clamp puts pressure on the urethra to keep urine from leaking from the bladder.

This type of device can be very convenient for short outings or special occasions. However, a clamp MUST be removed every 1-2 hours to allow for urination to occur. And this device should not be worn 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your healthcare professional should advice you on how long a clamp may be worn and how often. Not following instructions for use with a penile clamp may cause serious injury to the wearer.

Penile clamp products do have potential side effects. Some men may have swelling, strictures , or develop skin breakdown. These side effects have not been demonstrated with properly applied penile cuffs, however.

For more general information on Male Urinary Incontinence,.

Buying Guide For Urinary Clamps

Uroclamp – Cunningham male incontinence clamp
  • Size – Incontinence clips are available in a variety of size options. Some come in one size fits all option while others come in small, regular and large options. They further include some separate settings to adjust the pressure exerted to urethra.
  • Locking Mechanism – Different penile clamps for urinary incontinence come with different locking options. Depending on your requirements, you can choose from ratchet catch systems, spring wire system, and elastic strap options. The best will be the one that will easily adjust to your requirements.
  • Maintenance – Depending on the amount of time you want to invest on your male incontinence device, you can choose between reusable or disposable penile clamps. Reusable clamps can be washed with mild soap and water, and reused.

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