Male Catheterisation Simulator PRO


  • Simulator for practising male catheterisation procedures
  • Ideal for use by students in colleges, universities and hospitals
  • Features a realistic lower abdominal model and catheterisation set
  • Skin-like material, movable foreskin and see-through bladder included


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Male Catheterisation Simulator PRO

Designed for teaching students advanced catheterisation techniques, the Male Catheterisation Simulator PRO features a realistic lower abdomen, movable foreskin, a stretchable penis and a see-through bladder that enable the demonstration and assessment of a range of different catheterisation procedures. The realism is supported by a simple design that can be assembled and disassembled at will, making it perfect for transporting around a campus or a busy hospital.

What’s Included?

With your purchase you will receive:

  • 1 x Lower Abdominal Model
  • 1 x Male catheterisation set with transparent bladder
  • 1 x Bottle and tube connectors
  • 1 x Carry Case

Please note that this set is not supplied with a catheter. It is recommended that you use either PVC or silicone catheters with only one or two drainage eyes opposite each other.

What Is the Male Catheterisation Simulator For?

With the Male Catheterisation Simulator PRO, you can practice, demonstrate and assess a variety of different male bladder catheterisation procedures. Featuring genital inserts, an advanced lower abdomen, soft and movable foreskin, a realistic pelvic structure, a stretchable penis and skin-like material, this simulator is ideal for training students who are more advanced in their studies. It is recommended for universities, hospitals, nursing and other medical institutions that may offer medical training.

Who Can Use the Catheterisation Simulator PRO?

We would recommend the Male Catheterisation Simulator Pro if you are a student, lecturer, teacher, or a medical professional. The Male Simulator PRO is designed for those who are more advanced, making it a great choice for students later in their studies or medical professionals who would like a little more practice. We would recommend the simulator for use in the following establishments:

  • Schools
  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Hospitals
  • General Practice (GP)
  • Nursing

How Do I Use the Catheterisation Male Simulator?

The Catheterisation Simulator Pro is designed to be extremely realistic, while still retaining a level of simplicity that makes it easy to set up. Removable parts, a transparent bladder and magnetic connectors for a quick set-up and easy dismantling add to the usability. You can access a full user set-up and instruction guide by clicking on the link below.

User Instructions
Click here for full user instructions

Which Catheter Should I Use with This Set?

This simulator is not supplied with its own catheter. We would recommend using catheters with only one or two drainage eyes opposite each other. It is suitable for use with silicone and PVC catheters, and we would recommend the following types of catheter:

  • Urethral narrowing “open” = 16 CH catheter or 14 CH balloon catheter
  • Urethral narrowing “partial narrowing” = 14 CH catheter or 12 CH balloon catheter

Please note that catheters with a curved tip should not be used.

Why Is the Catheterisation Male Simulator Ideal for Advanced Students?

Students who are more advanced will require more realism and more complexity to their simulator. This is what the Catheterisation Male Simulator is designed to provide, with a realistic lower abdomen and pelvic structure supported by skin-like material that offer an accurate level of resistance. The material of the insert is soft and flexible, the foreskin can be moved, and the penis can be stretched, meaning that the student can practice all necessary catheterisation procedures that they can expect to perform in their career.

Why Is the Catheterisation Male Simulator Ideal for Demonstrations?

Lecturers, teachers and medical professionals can expect to have to perform demonstrations at some point in their career, and to do that you need a simple and transparent simulator that is easy to see. You can show the students exactly what is happening inside the bladder during the procedure, and the simulator also incorporates a liquid outflow should the student be successful, meaning that the student can quickly get to grips with what works and what doesn’t. The easy-to-clean design and quick set-up construction make it ideal for universities and colleges as it can be used repeatedly throughout the day, before being cleaned in the evening.

How Does the Male Catheterisation Simulator Work?

The genital insert is placed into the lower abdomen and held in place with magnets, helping to improve realism and stability during a demonstration. The material means that, when the practitioner inserts the catheter, they are met with a realistic amount of resistance and a realistic level of depth. This realism is only enhanced as when the practitioner carries out a successful catheterisation, liquid will run out just like in a real person.

Furthermore, the simulator is designed to offer various levels of difficulty, with three options that adjust the diameter of the urethra. At the lowest setting, catheterisation is not possible, meaning that the student must reach the conclusion that a suprapubic catheter is necessary.

What Other Versions Are Available?

If the Male Catheterisation Simulator Pro isn’t quite what you’re looking for, you may wish to take a look at our Catheter Simulators category. The following products may also be suitable:

  • Catheterisation Female Simulator BASIC
  • Catheterisation Male Simulator BASIC
  • Catheterisation Male and Female Simulator BASIC
  • Catheterisation Female Simulator PRO
  • Catheterisation Male and Female Simulator PRO

Please contact the Medical Supplies Customer Care Team by telephone on +44 7985 753735 for enquiries pertaining to the Delivery of this product.

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