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Amsino Extension Tube for Leg Bag can be cut to size to customize the placement of a urinary bag against the thigh or calf. This allows the patient to move freely when catheterized. The tubing connects to a Foley catheter and extends a maximum of 18 inches in length unless cut. It's made with flexible kink-resistant tubing to ensure the fluid can pass. The plastic Urinary Extension Tubing is latex-free, BPA-free and sterile to ensure the pathway is void of microorgamisms when urine is sampled for testing.
The 18-Inch Extension Tube (Amsino AS311) for AMSure Urinary Leg Bags is available for purchase by a single tube or case of 50. It comes with a protective cap and adapter. You may also want to stock up on AMSure Urinary Leg Bags with drain port.
Features and Benefits
- Tube Can Be Cut to Position as Needed on Thigh or Calf
- Kink-Resistant Tubing
- Tubing Prevents Fluid Buildup
- Sterile Fluid Pathway
- Manufacturer: Amsino International
- Product Number: AS311
- Quantity: Each, Case of 50
- Application: Placement of Urinary Leg Bag
- Tube Length: 18 Inches (45.72 cm)
- Sterile: Yes
- BPA-Free: Yes
- Latex-Free: Yes
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Manufacturer Amsino International
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Product QuestionsCAn this be used as an extension to the drainage valve?
Question by: Brenda Mitchell on May 26, 2016 7:33:34 AMNo answers yet. Be the first to answer the question!Does this come in a 24 inch length? Are there and manufacturers that make a 24 inch length? Thank you.Question by: Nancy on Jul 8, 2015 9:43:48 PMWe currently do not carry the 24-inch in this brand. The standard size for extension tubing is 18 inches, therefore it's difficult to determine which manufacture may make a longer tube.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 18, 2016 12:05:00 PMCan this tubing be cut?Question by: Lorraine Repine on Dec 7, 2016 8:51:00 PMIt's not recommended that this tubing be cut for use.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Aug 17, 2017 11:36:00 AM
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