ASEPT Pleural 1000mL Drainage System

ASEPT Pleural 1000mL Drainage System

Brand/Manufacturer: B. BRAUN
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This product is on backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

ASEPT 1000mL Pleural Drainage System provides patients with a more convenient way to drain at home or at any medical facility. The evacuated drainage bottle is a non-powered and portable suction device that consists of a manually operated plastic disposable evacuation system intended to provide a vacuum for suction drainage of surgical wounds. ASEPT Pleural Drainage System is intended for single use only.

ASEPT Pleural Drainage Kit Includes:

  • 1000mL Evacuated bottle with drainage line
  • 1 CSR wrap
  • 2 pair Gloves
  • 3 Alcohol pads
  • 1 Foam catheter pad
  • 6 Gauze pads
  • 4" x 4" (1) self-adhesive dressing
  • 1 Blue emergency slide clamp

Benefits of Pleural 1000mL Drainage System

  • Asept 1000ml drainage bottle comes scaled in 10ml increments
  • Green vacuum indicator plastic cap
  • Clear plastic tubing with pinch clamp
  • Green tube with slide clamp
  • Luer lock connector with protective cap
  • The Pleural Drainage Bottle is made of non-glass, shatterproof, medical grade plastic for safe and secure, needle-free containment of biohazardous fluids
  • Reduction of hazardous waste costs vs. evacuated glass containers
  • DEHP Free and sterile
  • For single use only and not to be reused


What to buy with ASEPT Pleural Drainage Kit?



How to Apply ASEPT Pleural Drainage Kit?


  • Locate a clean and uncluttered workspace.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 1 minute.
  • Remove the adhesive dressing, gauze pads and foam catheter pad from over your catheter.
  • Inspect visually for any redness, tenderness, swelling or fluid around the catheter. If you see any of these signs of infection, do not continue with the drainage procedure and contact your healthcare professional.
  • If everything is normal pick up the bag that contains the ASEPT Drainage Kit.
  • The green indicator at the top of the bottle tells you if there is a vacuum in the bottle. The indicator should be down, not up. If the indicator is up by any chance discard and use another drainage kit.
  • Peel open the drainage kit pouch all the way and remove the procedure pack. Leave the ASEPT bottle set on top of the pouch.
  • Open the procedure pack bag by peeling the front and back of the pouch apart, starting at the top and place the pack on your workspace. Remove the tape and unfold the blue wrapping.
  • Pick up the glovs by the wrist and put them on. Be careful not to let the outside of the gloves come in contact with anything non-sterile for example, clothing or skin.
  • The outside of the gloves need to remain sterile. Tear open the three alcohol pads but do not remove the pads from the pouches. Place the pads on the blue wrapping. Remove the twist tie that holds together the drainage line.
  • Put the bottle back in the open pouch. Do not remove the protective cap on the end of the drainage line yet.

Connecting the drainage bottle to the catheter

  • Squeeze the pinch clamp on the drainage line completely closed.
  • Hold the catheter valve end in one hand and vigorously clean the valve surface and around the valve with one of the alcohol pads.
  • Remove the protective cap from the Luer lock connector on the drain line and align it in the center of the silicone valve surface.
  • Push the lure lock connector into the silicone valve and twist to close.
  • The connection must be tight to open the valve and allow the flow of fluid. Make sure the connectors are tight.

Draining fluid into the bottle

  • Release the white vacuum release clamp until it no longer pinches the green tube closed.
  • Release the pinch clamp on the drainage line slowly to begin draining fluid. The fluid will flow into the vacuum bottle.
  • The fluid may slow down when the fluid is almost completely drained. When the flow stops or the bottle kit is filled with about 2/3 of fluid or more close the drainage line by squeezing the pinch clamp completely closed. The drainage will usually take 10-15 minutes.

Disposal after Use

Take a pair of scissors, cut off the green rubber tube connected to the drainage line as well as the vacuum indicator. Empty the bottle into the toilet or sink. Discard the bottle.

Precautions to take with using ASEPT Drainage System:

  • The drainage bottle is intended for single patient use only. The reuse of this single-use device can affect safety, performance and effectiveness, exposing patients and staff to unnecessary risk.
  • It is not uncommon to feel a little pain or a cough when draining fluid. If you feel pain when draining, clamp the drainage line to slow or stop the flow of fluid for a few minutes.
  • If you don’t feel better after doing this, contact your nurse or doctor and withhold further drainage.
  • Do not use scissors or other sharp objects near the ASEPT Drainage Catheter.
  • Keep the valve on your ASEPT Drainage Catheter clean and the end connector of the drainage line sterile.
  • Do not drain more than 1,000ml from your chest at any one drainage procedure; no more than 2,000ml from your abdomen during any 24 hour period
  • Follow instructions given by your physician in regards to frequency and amount of fluid drainage.
  • The blue slide clamp should be used to clamp off the catheter if you accidentally cut the catheter.
  • This product contains dry natural rubber (latex).
  • Potential complications of access and drainage of the pleural cavity include, but may not be limited to, the following:
    • Re-Expansion Pulmonary Edema
    • Pneumothorax
    • Laceration Of Lung Or Liver
    • Bleeding
    • Hypotension/Circulatory Collapse
    • Wound Infection
    • Empyema Etc.
  • Potential complications of access and drainage of the abdomen include, but may not be limited to, the following:
    • Laceration of liver or bowel
    • Hypotension/circulatory collapse
    • Electrolyte imbalance
    • Protein depletion
    • Ascites leakage
    • Peritonitis
    • Wound Infection
    • Tumor Growth In The Catheter Tunnel
    • Loculation Of The Peritoneal Space

For more queries, please view ASEPT Pleural Drainage System - FAQ
ASEPT Pleural Drainage System User Manual
ASEPT Drainage Kit Procedure Guide

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