.Disposable urine bag is used for draining the body liquid or urine accompanied with the disposable catheter after operation.There are 2types of drainage bag ;The process for attaching, removing, and cleaning urine drainage and leg bags is reviewed. Smaller bags used while awake need to be drained more frequently. A larger bag is used while sleeping.A leg bag is the bag that you wear during the day. It holds half a liter of urine.  A night bag is the bag you will put on at night before you go to bed. It holds 2 liters of urine.  

Our products Generally volume1000ml,1500ml,2000ml for adult  ;200ml,100ml,for Infants. Reinforced four eyelets maintain the bag in upright position in the stand; type ;Bottom with T valve , push-full valve , screw valve , without valve(single tube); Non-return valve to present the back flow of urine;Medical PVC Ø6.5x90cm/120cm tube  ;Material:medical PVC,non-toxic;Thickness:1.2mm;Sterilized by EO

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Urine bag for ault

  • Disposable 1000/1500/2000ml Medical Urine Bag With T Valve
  • Disposable1000/ 1500/2000ml Medical Urine Bag with pull push valve
  •  Disposable 1000/1500/2000ml Medical Urine Bag without outlet

Urine bag for infants

  • Designed for collection and monitoring of urine output.
  • Suitable for boys and girls
  • A small adhesive foam circle for comfort and safety in use.
  • The scale is approximate and for indication purposes only.
How can you help prevent infection?

Take care to stay clean

  1. Always wash your hands well before and after you handle your catheter.
  2. Clean the skin around the catheter daily using soap and water. Dry with a clean towel afterward. You can shower with your catheter and drainage bag in place unless your doctor told you not to.
  3. When you clean around the catheter, check the surrounding skin for signs of infection. Look for things like pus and irritated, swollen, red, or tender skin around the catheter.
  4. Be careful with your drainage bag
  5. Always keep the drainage bag below the level of your bladder. This will help keep urine from flowing back into your bladder.
  6. Check often to see that urine is flowing through the catheter into the drainage bag.
  7. Empty the drainage bag when it is half full. This will keep it from overflowing or backing up.
  8. When you empty the drainage bag, do not let the tubing or drain spout touch anything.
  9. Keep the cap that comes with the tubing, and cover the tip of the tubing when not in use