Wiesner Incontinence Clamp

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Imagine a world where incontinence is the sneaky supervillain. Who can save the day? The Drip Defender (TDD), of course! This unassuming, pint-sized device is your secret weapon against untimely leaks.


It’s designed to be a snug and comfy fit – think of it as a high-tech utility belt for your little soldier. A quick snap and voilà! It’s a fortress of leakage protection. It sits there, waiting for the moment it’s needed most. The TDD makes sure that nothing leaks without your permission.

Remember, with great power comes great responsibility (and great dryness). So, stay on your guard, stay hydrated, and keep your trusty sidekick by your side. Incontinence is a genuine issue for many individuals. The use of incontinence clamps or any medical device should be taken seriously, and it’s essential to consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate guidance and advice.

Now the serious description:

The Wiesner Incontinence Clamp, also known as the Cunningham Clamp or simply incontinence clamp, is a medical device used to manage male urinary incontinence. It is designed to help individuals with various conditions, such as post-prostate surgery incontinence or other urinary control issues, regain control over their bladder.

The Wiesner Incontinence Clamp is a simple, adjustable device that is typically made of durable, lightweight materials. It consists of two hinged, plastic or metal frames that clamp gently over the penis to restrict the flow of urine. The clamp is often lined with a soft foam or rubber pad to ensure comfort and minimize skin irritation.

To use the Wiesner Incontinence Clamp, an individual typically places it around the penis just behind the glans (head) when it’s flaccid. The device is then secured using a strap or hinge mechanism, which gently applies pressure to the urethra. This pressure temporarily restricts the flow of urine, effectively preventing leakage. When the individual needs to urinate, they can release the clamp, allowing urine to flow naturally.

The key to using the clamp effectively is finding the right balance between applying enough pressure to stop urine leakage without causing discomfort or impeding circulation. It may take some trial and error to achieve the optimal fit.


  • Non-Invasive
  • Cost-Effective
  • Improved Quality of Life
  • Reusability

Reduces landfill by reducing use of continence pads.