A Product Patients Will Trust

If you’re a physician, nurse or medical assistant looking to help your patient with their urinary incontinence, including after surgery, you can trust that Men’s Liberty will benefit the overall health and lifestyle of your patients.

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ABOUT THE MEN’S LIBERTY DIFFERENCE

Our product has been proven safe and effective through more than 5 million applications worldwide without a single attributable adverse event. Our proprietary hydrocolloid formulation reduces reports of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), skin maceration, and pressure ulcers, commonly associated with diapers and condom catheters.

Urinary incontinence affects more than 5 million men in the United States of all ages. Men’s Liberty is a non-invasive male external catheter and urine collection system that will keep your patients dry 24/7. One Men’s Liberty can be worn up to 24 hours so patients can stop worrying about frequent diaper changes. Men’s Liberty is covered by Medicare and over 3000 insurance plans and most patients pay little or no out-of-pocket cost. Standard deductibles and co-pays apply.

To learn more, read our Health Care Professional Handbook.

WHO OUR SOLUTION IS FOR

Men’s Liberty is appropriate for all males; regardless of anatomy size, penile retraction, or whether your patient is circumcised or uncircumcised. Men’s Liberty’s design allows for a one-size-fits-most application and its closed system reduces the risk of infection. In addition, Men’s Liberty’s insurance coverage eliminates or greatly reduces the out-of-pocket expense of diapers or condom catheters.

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“My patient has been using [Men’s Liberty] and is very pleased with the performance of this product. He is able to apply one [Men’s Liberty] and have it remain in place for 24 hours. He has not had any popping off or leaking with this product. More importantly, he is cleared of the pin-point sore the traditional condom catheters were causing on his penis.”

– J. Rohde, M.D.

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Advanced Urology Institute

July 19-21, 2019
Manapalan, FL

Florida Urological Society

August 30-31, 2019
Orlando, FL

 

Urologic

Sept 20-23, 2019
Lake Buena Vista, FL