nurses corner technique to catheterize uncircumcised male patients with swollen and edematous. In this 728 minute male catheter insertion video you see an eager student nurse placing an indwelling cath with a live patient while her instructor watches and offers advice. A nurse is applying a condom catheter for an older adult patient who is uncircumcised. Condom catheters are external (noninvasive) urinary catheters that are worn like a condom. They collect urine as it drains out of your bladder and send it to a collection bag strapped to your leg. Male urinary incontinence is often treated using absorbent products such as adult diapers and pads. Alternative and discreet solutions such as conveen male external catheters (sometimes called condom catheters or urisheaths) and collecting bags (urine bags) offer an alternative to diapers or absorbent products. Note never inflate a balloon before establishing that the catheter is in the bladder and not just in the urethra. A urinary catheter is passed through the urethra into the bladder to drain urine. This procedure is performed using sterile equipment under aseptic technique by qualified clinicians. When using on an uncircumcised male, however, be sure to leave the foreskin over the head of the penis while putting the external catheter on. Once the external catheter is comfortably in place, smooth out any wrinkles. The brookside associates videos obstetrics 5 minute circumcision video males are born with a hood of skin covering the glans of the penis. Some couples request circumcision for religious reasons, others for health or cleanliness reasons.