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The Cardinal Health Urine Drain bag - 4000 mL is a bed-side collection bag to facilitate people who cannot be getting up to use the restroom due to surgical procedures, medical conditions, or control of the bladder and end up missing the call from nature. The urine drain bag is a bed companion that facilitates the duties of both staff and patients when it comes to providing fluid relief. When it is time to go - you simply cannot wait for a caretaker to become available and arrive.
When under heavy medication, you will most undoubtedly lose a lot of the ability to control your bladder. The large size capacity of the Cardinal Health 8887600909 urine drainage bag allows you to be taken care of and empty your fluid with no worries of overflow thanks to the large 4000 mL size. The design of the urine bag is standard, making it universally compatible with a majority of hospital beds and bed rails - allowing it to hang freely without proping it into position.
The Cardinal Health Dain Bag has a centered inlet which fills the bag from the top allowing it to distribute evenly in the bag, not weighing it from one side to the other, as this can cause uneven distribution and make it fall. With an included vented connector, the bag will not expand like a balloon, the vented connector allow for air to escape and utilize the bag for efficiently.
Product Features and Benefits
- Large Capacity Bag, up to 4000 Milliliter
- Standard Urine Bag Design
- Centered Inlet and Exit Drains
- Vented Connector
- Manufacturer: Cardinal Health Formally known as Covidien
- Product SKU: 8887600909
- Additive: Without Additive
- Application: Urinary Drain Bag
- Drain Tube Type: Bottom Drain Tube
- Fastener Type: Hinged Hook and String Capstan Hanger
- Graduations: Graduated
- Material: Vinyl
- Sample Port Type: Plastic-Backed Sample Port
- Sterility: NonSterile
- Valve Type: Drip Chamber
- Volume: 4000 mL
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