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Bard 2 Liter Urine Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve 154004A- 1 Each
Bard 2 Liter Urine Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve 154004A- 1 Each

Bard 2 Liter Urine Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve 154004A- 1 Each

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Bard 2 Liter Urine Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve 154004A- 1 Each 2000mL (2 Liter) Urinary Drainage Bag for Bedside Use Infection Control Bag with Anti-Reflux Chamber and Bard Safety-Flow Outlet Device Luer-Lock Adapter for Easy Connection to Catheter Tubing Comes with Urine Sample Port and Hook Hanger/String Hanger Latex-Free Vinyl bags for Bedside Drainage Sterile and Single-use Only Silver Coated Outlet Tube for Infection Control Complements the Complete Care Systems 1 Drainage Bag
  • Bard 2 Liter Urine Drainage Bag with Anti-Reflux Valve Bard Medical 154004A- 1 Each.
  • 2000mL Infection Control Drain Bag with Anti-Reflux Chamber and BARD Safety-Flow Outlet Device.
  • Comes with Urine Sample Port and Hook Hanger/String Hanger.
  • Latex-Free vinyl bags.
  • Single-use Bedside Drainage bags feature Silver Coated Outlet Tube for Infection Control.
  • Luer-Lock Adapter on drain tube.
  • Comes with a sample port, anti-reflux chamber, single hook with string hanger and an antimicrobial outlet tube.
    Guidelines for Drainage Bag Positioning
  • Periodic inspection of the system should be made to ensure that urine is flowing freely and is not obstructed.
  • Urine drainage bag should be placed near the foot of the bed, and below the level of the patients hip.
  • Drain tubing should be secured to the draw sheet with the sheeting clip to provide a continuous downward sloping path to the drainage bag.
  • When transporting the patient, do not place the drainage bag on the abdomen or between the legs of the patients.
  • Excess tubing should be arranged to permit "straight line" drainage or coiled in a manner that does not allow the tubing to kink or fall below the level of the drainage bag.
  • To promote optimum drainage, position the drainage tubing over the patient leg. This is especially important if the patient is obese.
  • Never allow the drainage bag to be placed on the floor.
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