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Urine Bag Ref. No.: NMU201601

Urine Bag Ref. No.: NMU201601

A urine bag is a device used to collect urine. It is a small, clear plastic bag that attaches to the side of a toilet and has an outlet on the top. You fill the bag with your own urine and then tie it off at the top. When you are done, you place the bag in a trash can or on the ground next to the toilet.

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  • Urine Bag Ref. No.: NMU201601

Urine Bag

Do you have a spare urine bag lying around? If so, you might be surprised to learn that there's now a way to avoid having to go out and purchase one. Urine bags without outlets are becoming more and more popular as they're considered more environmentally friendly.

What is a Urine Bag?

A urine bag is a device used to collect urine. It is a small, clear plastic bag that attaches to the side of a toilet and has an outlet on the top. You fill the bag with your own urine and then tie it off at the top. When you are done, you place the bag in a trash can or on the ground next to the toilet.

Uses for a Urine Bag

If you are going to be urinating outside, it is a good idea to bring your own urine bag. A urine bag can be filled with fresh or salt water and is a great way to avoid getting sick. You can also use a urine bag to clean yourself after going outside.

How to Use a Urine Bag?

A urine bag is a device used to collect urine. It is a small, disposable plastic bag that is placed over the head and held in place with a strap. The user wraps their arms around the bag and squeezes their legs together to create a seal. Urine is then collected through the opening at the top of the bag. A urine bag without an outlet is useful for when there is no toilet available.

Pros and Cons of Using a Urine Bag

There are many pros and cons to using a urine bag without an outlet. One pro is that it is discrete. When you are done using the bag, you can simply tie it off and carry on with your day. This is a plus for those who are shy or do not feel comfortable having a visible sign of their disability. Another pro is that the bag does not require batteries or any other type of power, so it is convenient if you are traveling or camping. Finally, using a urine bag eliminates the need to go to the bathroom outside, which can be a relief if you are in a public setting. However, there are also some disadvantages to using a urine bag without an outlet. First, the bag can be uncomfortable if it is too tight or if it is leaking. Additionally, if you are not careful, you could spill your urine and make a mess.

  • Urine Collection Bag,  Available with specially molded handle for easy handling
  •  T-type bottom outlet for single hand operation and efficient emptying of the bag.
Urine Collection Bag
  •  Available with sampling port for quick & safe collection of urine sample
  •  Capacity : 2000 ml, Tube length: 100cm
  •  Option available: With or without air filter
  •  Polyuro Standard (Urine collection bag with top outlet and rod for hanging)
  •  Polyuro Deluxe ( with handle for easy handling with top outlet
  •  Nouvo Protekt (Safety I.V Cannula with 4-arm needle safety guard)
  •  T-type bottom outlet for single hand operation and efficient emptying of the bag
  •  Capacity : 2000 ml Tube length: 100cm
  • For short term urine collection
  •  Suitable for both male and female infants
  •  Capacity : 100ml
  •  Provided with special adhesive for better grip and easy removal from soft skin of the infants
    • It graduated in ml with measured volume meter for accurate measurement of urine
    •  Sampling port provided for sample collections maintains closed system, reduces the chance of Urinary Tract Infection
    •  Reservoir Capacity 250 ml, 500 ml

    Common Features

    •   Inlet tube length : 100 cm
    •   Capacity of urine collection bag : 2000 ml
    •  Soft, frosted and kink resistant PVC tubing
    •  With T-type Bottom outlet
    •  Available with specially molded hanger for easy handling
    •  SAlso availabe with needle free sampling port
    •  Polyurimeter Plus
    • For those who may be adjusting to using urinary incontinence products such as a catheter system, one of the greatest challenges can be proper, hygienic use, and care of your medical devices. If catheter users do not practice proper catheter care and hygiene, they can be at a higher risk of developing urinary tract infections (UTIs) as well as other complications.One of the most integral parts of a catheter system that requires frequent care and maintenance is the urine drainage bag and drainage system. Drainage bag care can be very simple, but it is essential to the overall health and well-being of the catheter system and its user.