Bard Urine Drainage Bag With Anti-Reflux Chamber

Bard Urine Drainage Bag With Anti-Reflux Chamber

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Bard Urine Drainage Bag with an anti-reflux valve prevents urine backflow and can hold up to 200ml of liquid. The teardrop shape ensures much more efficient drainage. It features a Luer-lock adapter drain tube and a urine sample port.

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
154002 With 3/16" Tubing Each $0.12
$6.39
$3.99
154002 With 3/16" Tubing 20/Case $2.65
$123.85
$88.49

Features of Bard Catheter Bag with Anti-Reflux Chamber

  • Latex-free bedside bag
  • Made of durable vinyl
  • Sterile Bard catheter bag
  • Anti-reflux valve to prevent urine backflow
  • Easy-to-drain outlet tube with clamp and tube holder
  • 2000ml capacity with graduated markings to get the volume of fluid collected

When to use a Urinary Drainage Bag?

  • Bladder outlet obstruction
  • Open Sacral Wound Recovery
  • Immobilization that is prolonged due to injury
  • Post-Surgical recovery
  • Pre-Surgical preparation
  • Critical Illness and a need for accurate urinary output measurements
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Pineal Wound Recovery
  • Urinary Retention (Unable to Urinate)

What to buy with a Urine Bag


How to use Bard Urine Drainage Bag?

  • Remove the protective cap from the drainage tube and connect it to the catheter
  • Using string or hook, position the hanger on the bedside rail
  • To secure the drainage tube to the sheet, use a sheeting clip.
  • Make sure that the Bard urinary drainage bag is placed near the foot of the bed.

Guidelines for using Bard Drain Bags

  • Periodic inspection of the system should be made to see if urine is flowing freely and is not obstructed
  • Bard Bedside Center-Entry Urine Drainage Bag should be placed near the foot of the bed and below the level of the patient's hip
  • Drain tubing should be secured to the draw sheet with the sheeting clip to provide a continuous downward-sloping path to the drainage bag
  • Excess tubing should be arranged or coiled in such a manner that does not allow the tubing to kink or fall below the level of the drainage bag
  • When transporting the patient, do not place the Bard Night Drainage Bag on the abdomen or between the legs of the patient
  • To promote optimum drainage, position the drainage tubing over the leg of the patient. This is especially important if the patient is obese
  • Never place the bard bedside drainage bag on the floor

Bard Urinary Bag User Manuals

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