Urinary Drainage Bags with Anti-Reflux Chamber, 2,000 mL
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Urinary Drainage Bags with Anti-Reflux Chamber, 2,000 mL

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Urinary Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Chamber is made of durable vinyl for odor control and leak-resistant construction. The anti-reflux valve prevents urine backflow and an additional needleless sampling port with cap assists in easy urine collection for testing. The bag can hold up to 2,000 mL volume and has visible graduation markings. An all-in-one urine drainage system adds convenience, including the 48-inch drain tube that slides into a pocket in between uses. Drainage bags are often placed at the patient’s bedside and it comes complete with clamp to attach tubing to patient’s clothing so tube doesn’t twist. The bag is hung using a top mounting hanger.

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SKU: 154102 Categories: , Brand:

The Urinary Drain Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve (154102) is available in a single sterile drain bag or a case of 20.

Features and Benefits:

  • Packaged Sterile
  • Design Aids in Easy Filling and Draining
  • All-in-One System
  • Leak-Proof Vinyl
  • Contains Odor
  • Clothing Clip
  • Graduated Volume Markings
  • High Volume Capacity
  • Anti-Reflux Drip Chamber to Reduce Urine Reflux
  • Needleless Sampling Port with Cap

Specifications:

  • Volume: 2,000 mL
  • Quantity: Each
  • Material: Vinyl
  • Sterile: Yes
  • Application: Drainage Bag
  • Latex-Free: Yes
  • Disposable: Yes

Additional Information

Dimensions 17.4 × 15.8 × 12 in

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