Medline Urinary Drainage Bag With Anti Reflux Tower
Medline Urinary Drainage Bag With Anti Reflux Tower

Medline Urinary Drainage Bag With Anti Reflux Tower

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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Medline Urinary Drainage Bag With Anti-Reflux Tower is designed to provide reflux protection without mechanical parts to hinder flow. It minimizes backflow and increases patient safety. Urinary Drainage Bag contains a needleless sample port accessible with either a blunt cannula or luer lock syringe. It also has a reinforced hanger with built-in anti-kink drain tube guide and adjustable bed sheet clam.

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Medline Urinary Drainage Bag

Key Features:

  • Clear one way mylar valve for visualization of urine flow
  • Anti-reflux valve flap system minimizes the backflow of urine into the drainage tube
  • Non-wettable air filter helps prevent vacuum action and facilitate drainage
  • Comes with metal clamp or slide-tap drainage port for easy one-handed drainage
  • 2,000 mL capacity for standard use and 4,000 mL capacity for use with continuous bladder irrigation
  • Click Here For Instructions for Use

Using The Drainage Bag:

  1. Wash hands with soap and water.
  2. Thereafter remove the protective cap from the Medline Drainage Bag and check the drainage spout to make sure it is closed.
  3. Using an alcohol-saturated pad or material, clean the connector end of the tubing and the catheter end. Attach the catheter to the drain bag tubing connector.
  4. Discard any packaging, alcohol pads, etc.
  5. Wash hands again with soap and water.

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Emptying The Drainage Bag:

Empty your bag frequently, not allowing it to become more than approximately half full. Remember, as it fills up, it gets heavier and may tug on the catheter or become difficult to manage.
  1. Wash hands with soap and water.
  2. Keep the Drainage Bag below your bladder as you empty it.
  3. Hold the bag over the toilet or container. Open the drainage spout and empty the urine from the bag.
  4. Do not let the bag touch the rim of the toilet or container. With an alcohol-saturated pad or material, clean the drainage spout and close it tightly.
  5. Wash your hands with soap and water.

Cleaning Instructions:

Mix Cleaning Solution:
  • Either: 2 parts white vinegar and 3 parts water
  • Or: 1 tablespoon chlorine bleach and 1/2 cup water

  1. Empty the bag of urine, and then close the drainage spout.
  2. Place tubing under the faucet, putting warm water into the bag.
  3. Swish it around for 10 seconds, and then empty it through the drainage spout. Close the spout. 
  4. Pour cleaning solution into the bag. Put the protective cap on the connector
  5. Swish solution around for 30 seconds, and then let it sit in the bag for 20 minutes. Empty through the drainage spout.
  6. Keep spout open and pointed down. Hang the bag to dry until switching bags again.
  7. Remember to close the spout when attaching it to the catheter.

NOTE: The drainage bag, when switched daily, should last for approximately one month. Discard and replace bags earlier if they become discolored, brittle or if they smell even after cleaning.

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Should I always use a securement device?
Betty - 4/9/2017 3:15:30 PM
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Yes, either use an adhesive securement or a leg strap to secure the Foley catheter at all times. This helps improve your comfort and helps prevent UTIs.
Customer Care - 4/10/2017 12:12:35 AM
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Where am I supposed to position the drainage bag for overnight use?
Niana - 4/9/2017 3:14:59 PM
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Place the Medline Urinary Drainage Bag below the bladder level, ensuring that it does not lie on the floor. Leave enough slack in the tubing to allow some freedom of movement so that the bag does not tug on the catheter.
Customer Care - 4/10/2017 12:12:15 AM
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When should I use a leg bag and when a drainage bag?
Brian - 4/9/2017 3:14:12 PM
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You can use a drainage bag either during the night only or throughout the entire day and night. A leg bag can be worn during the day, but you will need to switch to a drain bag for overnight use.
Customer Care - 4/10/2017 12:12:03 AM
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Do you have a urinary drainage bag WITHOUT SAMPLE PORT?
DAVID A BLAKE - 9/29/2014 11:31:32 PM
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We have urinary bags with needleless sample port which are accessible with either a blunt cannula or luer lock syringe.
Customer Care - 10/1/2014 12:46:16 AM
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