LoFric Origo

Be you with NEW LoFric Origo

 

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Clean Intermittent Catheterisation

Here is your resource for answers

 

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Face2Face

Real people share their real stories and tips for beginners to self catheterisation

 

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LoFric Sense

See our tips and tricks to get the most out of the catheter that is perfectly designed for women. 
 

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NEW LoFric® Origo™ – the catheter designed to make life easier

NEW LoFric Origo is a male catheter designed to provide safe, hygienic and convenient catheterisation so you can get on with your life. It offers safe catheterisation in a clever package, bringing true comfort, control and discretion into one user-friendly catheter.

Watch the teaser to see what users and healthcare professionals have to say about NEW LoFric Origo.
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Mother and child

Your child and catheterisation

Advice, tips and tricks for parents with children who catheterise.



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Healthcare professionals

Downloadable patient information material, clinical study information, resources for producing your own urinary disorder presentation and much more.

LoFric Mic Chart App now available for both iPhone and Android devices

Record and diagnose your voiding pattern over a period of two or three days (48/72 hours). This will provide valuable information about your bladder situation.

Download the Mic Chart app for your iPhone at App Store or for your Android at Google Play.
Downloading is cost free.
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The new LoFric material is naturally free from latex, PVC and plasticisers.

 
The LoFric range

The LoFric range


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Watch the film for an introduction to the LoFric range of catheters.
 

Contact your local healthcare provider. You need a prescription for catheters from your doctor. 

 
CIC is the next best way to urinate - using a disposable catheter. Find out why in these videos.
 
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