Amsino AMSure Urinary Drainage Leg Bag Features
- This straps are pre-attached to the bag, making it easy to put on and take off
- Anti-reflux device helps to prevent urine backflow, which can help to reduce the risk of infection
- Bag has leak-proof seams, which help to prevent urine from leaking out
- Made of soft vinyl and has adjustable leg straps, making it comfortable to wear
- Bag has a bottom draining port with a push-pull or twist-turn valve, making it easy to empty
- Soft and breathable leg straps of foley leg bags provide patient comfort
- All components of this Urinary Leg Bag are latex-free
How does it work?
The Urine passes through the catheter from the bladder into the leg bag.
- This is attached to the patient all day. However, it does not create hindrances in movement, and the patient may move around freely.
- Can be concealed under a skirt, dress, or pants.
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How to use Urinary Leg Bags?
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
- Remove the bag from its packaging.
- Attach the leg straps to the bag.
- Connect the bag to the catheter.
- Place the bag on your thigh or calf, depending on your preference.
- Open the valve to drain any urine that may have accumulated in the tubing.
- Close the valve and adjust the leg straps so that the bag is secure.
- Empty the bag when it is full.
- Wash the bag and leg straps with soap and water after each use.
How to clean?
- Once the catheter leg bag is emptied properly, remove it and attach a nighttime drainage bag using drainage bag accessories.
- Use cold water to rinse the used leg bag and shake it rigorously. Do it twice for about 20 seconds and drain the water into the toilet.
- Fill the bag with 2 parts vinegar and 3 parts water. Let it soak for 20 minutes, then rinse and let dry.
- Follow your healthcare provider's instructions on replacing your leg bag with a new one.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How often should a drainage leg bag be emptied?
It should be emptied regularly to avoid becoming too full and heavy, which may pull on your catheter. This should occur every 2 to 3 hours or when the bag is about half to three-quarters full.
2. What is the difference between a urinary leg bag and a drainage bag?
Drainage bags are mostly ideal for use during nighttime while you are sleeping. Whereas the leg bag is attached to the leg and helps you to move around freely.
3. Can you wear a urinary leg bag at night?
It is ideal to use a larger drainage bag at night while you are sleeping. You can use the leg bag during the day.