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Urine Bag

A urine meter drain bag is a small bag made of cloth or plastic that is used to catch urine that has been drained from a urinary catheter. The urine meter drain bag is inserted into the urethra before the catheter is removed and held in place by the natural flow of urine.

Description
  • 2000ml, with NMU-P029 sample port, with T valve.
  • Extra thickness film, double transparent films.
  • Extra outer diameter tubing ( OD: 9 ±0.03mm).
  • Four holes for different distance of hang sizes.

Urine Meter Drain Bag

Do you have a large mess to clean up? In most cases, cleaning up a large mess can be quite a hassle. But with a urine meter drain bag, the cleanup process is made much simpler. All you need to do is place the bag over the urine meter and wait for the water to flow through it, which will pick up all the urine and debris.

What is a urine meter drain bag?

A urine meter drain bag is a small bag made of cloth or plastic that is used to catch urine that has been drained from a urinary catheter. The urine meter drain bag is inserted into the urethra before the catheter is removed and held in place by the natural flow of urine.

How to use a urine meter drain bag

Building a urine meter drain bag is an easy way to quickly and easily drain your urine meter. Here are instructions on how to make a urine meter drain bag:

1. Cut a large hole in the bottom of a trash bag.
2. Put the bag over the end of the urine meter.
3. Tie the opening of the bag around the middle with a knot, making sure that it is tight enough so that the water cannot escape.
4. Hang the bag from a hook or some other convenient location so that it can drip freely into the waste disposal unit below.
5. Wait until your urine meter is full, and then tie off the bottom of the bag and dispose of it as normal garbage.

What to do in the event of a flood or leak

If you're in a situation where you have to evacuate your home due to a flood or leak, it's important to know what to do in the event of an emergency. Here are a few tips on how to handle a urine meter drain bag if something goes wrong:

1. If you have a urine meter that's connected to a drainage system, disconnect the drain line from the meter before evacuating. This will prevent any potential flooding from the drainage system and also minimize the chance of backflow into your home.

2. If you don't have a urine meter connected to a drainage system, place newspapers around the area where the leak is occurring and cover any exposed surfaces with a plastic sheeting or tarp. This will help absorb any water that leaks and prevent damage to furniture or other objects.

3. Once you've evacuated your home, place all valuable items in sealed containers and place them outside in a safe location. Make sure to label each container with its contents so that you can locate them quickly once you return home.

4. If possible, disconnect all appliances, including water heaters, before leaving your home. This will help keep them from turning on in an uncontrolled

  • urine bag for elderly, 【Urine Collector】Urine for urine collector and prevent side leakage. Easy and Ready to use, Always empty and ready for next use. Re-useable, easy to clean.
  • 【Fit People & 3 Type Option】Suitable for old and sick, fractures, paralysis, urinary frequency, urinary urgency, urinary incontinence, unclear theosophy patients. 3 types to choose from, women's type, men's type, and elderly men's type.
  • Urine Bag
  • 【Package Include】The set includes panties, urinal, urine catheter, 1000ml bag, and 2002ml bag. Unique padded rim creates a better seal and increased comfort as compared to typical urinals.
  • 【Breathable Pants】Pants are made of double-sided breathable fabric, can be worn in the front of the abdomen. The connection between the urinal and the urinary tube is firm, has no gap, is stable, and is not easy to fall off, and the urinary tube is thickened and is not easy to bend. It is simple and convenient to use a cross-drain valve.
  • 【Eco-Friendly Silicone】Made by silicone material, no stimulate to skin. Soft and comfortable, stable in nature, not easy to deform, durable.
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Purple urine bag syndrome is a rare condition in which purple discoloration of urine inside its collection bag occurs. urine bag for the elderly We describe two illustrative cases. A first patient is an 81-year-old man who was hospitalized for a newly diagnosed lymphoma with acute obstructive renal failure for which a nephrostomy procedure was performed. During the hospitalization, a sudden purple discoloration of the suprapubic catheter urine was noted, while the nephrostomy urine had a normal color. Urine culture from the suprapubic catheter was positive for Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Enterococcus faecalis; urine from the nephrostomy was sterile. A second case is an 80-year-old man who was admitted for heart failure with a cardiorenal dilemma and who was started on intermittent hemodialysis. There was a sudden purple discoloration of the urine in the collection bag from his indwelling catheter. He was diagnosed with an E. coli urinary infection and treated with amoxicillin and removal of the indwelling catheter. These two cases illustrate the typical characteristics of purple urine bag syndrome.

1. Introduction

Purple urine bag syndrome is a rare condition characterized by a purple discoloration of urine inside the urine collection bag [1]. It is mostly seen in patients with chronic urinary catheterization, constipation, and urinary tract infection [2]. The purple color is thought to be caused by the bacterial metabolization of dietary tryptophan into indigo and indirubin inside the urinary catheter system [3]. Here, we describe two illustrative cases.

2. Case 1

An 81-year-old man was admitted to the nephrology ward because of anorexia, weight loss, and acute chronic renal failure. His past medical history was remarkable for atrophy of the left kidney, myocardial infarction, follicular type non-Hodgkin lymphoma treated with CHVmP/BV chemotherapy (19 years prior to the present admission), and prostate cancer treated with androgen deprivation (6 years prior to the present admission). The patient had a permanent suprapubic catheter that was changed at 6-weekly intervals. On admission, he was found to have extensive supra- and infradiaphragmatic lymphadenopathy, with encasement of the right ureter and hydronephrosis of the right kidney. An urgent nephrostomy had been performed. Biopsy of a palpable cervical lymph node later revealed diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. During the hospitalization, a sudden purple discoloration of the suprapubic urine collection bag was noted (see Figure 1). The nephrostomy urine had a normal color. The patient had been constipated during the preceding days, for which he had been treated with macrogol laxatives. His other medications had not been changed and included enoxaparin, aspirin, bisoprolol, amlodipine, rosuvastatin, sertraline, and a three-monthly injection of goserelin. The patient had no other complaints.