LoFric Bladder Management Products

Discover LoFric's user-friendly intermittent hydrophilic catheters. Adapted to your body for long-term safety and convenience.

LoFric's Surface Has Perfect Balance

User-friendly hydrophilic catheters with a balanced surface can bring more balance to life.

LoFric is a pioneer within continence care and a complete solution for short- and long-term bladder management. The unique Urotonic Surface Technology is in perfect balance with the body and enables intermittent catheterization in a sustainable, safe and user-friendly way.

LoFric Bladder Management Products

LoFric Elle

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The angle changes everything. This is the new way for women to self-catheterize. LoFric Elle is an innovative solution, easy to learn, use and teach.

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LoFric Origo

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User-friendly and safe in a smart package. Specially developed for men, LoFric Origo is foldable to pocket size and easy to carry and use everywhere.

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LoFric Hydro-Kit

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The all-in-one solution. LoFric Hydro-Kit has an integrated collection bag and is easy to use for men, women and children on the move.

LoFric Sense

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Tailor-made for women’s needs. LoFric Sense is small and discreet, yet still long enough for complete bladder emptying.

  • Is It Possible for a Single-use Plastic Producer to be Sustainable?

    Wellspect's core mission has always been to help and promote the health of our users in need of bladder management products.

    We never compromise our user's long-term health, but we are also aware of the environmental impact single-use catheter can have.

    Therefore, with every decision we make, we strive to minimize our impact on the planet.

    This means implementing continuous improvements to our products and services while making sure that our LoFric catheters still have the best possible clinical performance.

References 2 in total

  1. Waller et al 1997; Dunger et al. 1988 and Scientific review: Osmolality and catheterization (72 709)
  2. Bakke 1997 and Waller 1995