Intermittent Catheterisation for Children - Teaching Materials


We have collected a selection of images to help girls learn to catheterise themselves. Go to the next page and select the images that correspond to your patient’s needs. Then download them one at the time and add to your template.

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Here is a collection of images to support you in teaching girls to perform catheterisation on their own. Go to the next page, select and download the images that best suit your patient’s needs.

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Here we have collected a number of images to make it easier for boys to learn to catheterise independently. Continue to the next page, then select and download the images that represent what your patient needs to practice.

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Here you will find a selection of pictures to show boys how to catheterise themselves. Click through to the next page, then select the images that you think will best support your patient to learn how to catheterise on his own.

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How to teach a child to pee

Teaching a child how to use a urinary catheter to pee should always consider their different needs. This presentation has been developed by a specialist HCP as a training resource to support anyone teaching a child IC. It’s a valuable source of information for parents or carers having a child who need IC, as well as helpful guidance for anyone new to the therapy.  

Download the presentation (PPTX)