Insertion of the suprapubic catheter may pose a minimal risk of puncturing the bowel, but is generally safe in most cases. This procedure tend to pose a greater risks to individuals experiencing a contracted bladder. In light of these risks, traditional insertion methods are at most times tedious for both patients and medical staff. This innovation catheter insertion kit uses the Seldinger concept, which is a proven technique to minimize the number of insertions under general anesthetic and increases overall safety. This kit is equipped with a 16G long needle, an exterior sheath, trocar, silicone catheters and a guide wire, and can be ordered in either open or closed tip.