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Discount Catheters

Discount Catheters

(305) 600-4421

7420 West 18th Lane, Miami, FL 33014

Description

Discount Catheters is a website that caters to the out-of-pocket buyer and dedicated to offering all types of catheters known in the medical industry. Our direct relationship with innumerable manufacturers enable us to offer you the highest quality catheters and at affordable prices. Ordering online is extremely easy and convenient and we deliver straight to your doorstep.

Discount Catheters offers a full line of Foley and Indwelling Catheters including two and three-way catheters, a complete array of Intermittent Catheters as well as External Condom Catheters. Our portfolio includes all catheter types available: Closed System Catheters, Female Catheters, Hydrocolloid Catheters, Hydrogel Catheters, Hydrophilic Catheters, Pediatric Catheters, Malecot Catheters, Pezzer Catheters, Red Rubber Catheters,Coude Catheters, Straight Catheters, and Suprapubic Catheter. Complementing the various catheters are Drainage Bags, Leg Bags and accessories.

Besides being the go-to store for thousands of clients, we are also a one-stop shop for all medical supplies, offering amazing prices on products including ostomy, respiratory, wound care products, diabetes supplies, mobility equipment, incontinence supplies and much more.

Discount Catheters is a recognized name by many manufacturers and end users alike. With many of our clients being referrals, our customer service and timely deliveries have always been noted as something to share with others in need of medical supplies.

We strive to provide you friendly and helpful assistance with anything you may need and with our relationship with Humana Tricare insurance company as a non-network provider, rest assured we got you covered!

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