Bard Bedside Drainage Bag | 2000ml Infection Control

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$12.00

Bard Bedside Drainage Bag | 2000mL Infection Control

$12.00

SKU:
154004




Bard's Bedside Drainage Bag is a 2000mL capacity urinary drainage bag with a single center entry plastic hook with string hanger for attaching the bag to a bed or chair. This sterile, single use bag features a teardrop shape which ensures better drainage, an anti-reflux chamber to prevent urine back flow, a safe sampling port for needle-free aspiration, and a patented microbicidal outlet tube that protects the drain bag from contamination.

Product Features:

  • 2000mL capacity vinyl bag with 50" drainage tubing
  • Patented microbicidal outlet tube 
  • Complements the Bardex I.C. System
  • Plastic center entry hook and string hanger
  • Sample port allows for needle-free aspiration
  • Anti-reflux device to prevent urine back flow
  • Round teardrop shape ensures better drainage
  • Sterile, single use
  • Sold individually or in a case of 20

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  • 1
    Doesn't Last Long

    Posted by Alfred Gaspar on Oct 16th 2018

    It only lasts about six weeks before it starts leaking.

    (original post date March 31, 2011)