“Just because you cath, doesn’t mean you have to stay home”
–Medical Technologies of Georgia
MTG catheters are designed to be easy-to-use by men, women, and children. MTG has developed patented self-catheterization systems that allow patients who suffer from hand and finger dexterity impairment to independently catheterize. Learn more about MTG catheters and how we can help you find a catheter that works for you.
Medical Technologies of Georgia (MTG) has made it their goal to make bladder self-catheterization possible for anyone, regardless of gender, disease, or disability, and is wholly devoted to improving the quality of life for anyone using intermittent catheterization.
MTG catheters are available for men, women, and children. MTG has developed patented self-catheterization systems that allow patients who suffer from hand and finger dexterity impairment to be able to independently catheterize.
MTG’s patented MTG EZ-Advancer® valve holds the tube in place during insertion, preventing slippage back into the bag. For those with minimal finger dexterity, MTG offers you their patented MTG EZ-Gripper®, created for tetraplegic (aka quadriplegic) users.
All MTG catheters are 100% latex-free, pre-lubricated, closed catheterization systems. Their soft, silicone introducer tip helps prevent the introduction of bacteria and pathogens that may cause contamination and urinary tract infections (UTIs). With proper use, this closed system is intended to protect and collect: protecting the sterility of the catheter during the entire procedure and collect the urine upon voiding.
MTG offers catheters in complete kits that include latex-free gloves, lubricant, non-staining BZK antiseptic, gauze and an underpad. If you don’t require a full kit, you can also order any of the MTG catheters alone. Straight or coude tip, French sizes 8-16, firm or soft vinyl, and various lengths are available.
You may be eligible to receive your MTG catheter supplies at little-to-no cost to you through insurance. Medicare and Medicaid may pay for an allowable amount of your catheter supplies each month. North Carolina Medicaid patients are eligible to receive up to 200 intermittent catheters each month, with Medicare and most private insurances following suit.
To find out if you qualify for catheters through your insurance, simply complete our Qualify Through Insurance form and one of our Patient Care Representatives will verify your insurance and contact you to discuss your coverage and catheter options.
If you or someone you know needs MTG catheter supplies, Aeroflow Healthcare is happy to help you get exactly what you need. Give us a call today at 844-276-5588.