Bard Dispoz-A-Bag Leg Bags With Flip Flo Valve And Fabric Straps

Bard Dispoz-A-Bag Leg Bags With Flip Flo Valve And Fabric Straps

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
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  • FSA Approved

Bard Disposable Urinary Leg Bag with Flip-Flo Valve is designed to collect urine that is directed through a catheter. It can be connected to a catheter or any urinary conduit responsible for transporting urine from the bladder. This leg bag is particularly well-suited for individuals who may have limited mobility, suffer from urinary incontinence, are in the process of post-surgery recovery, or are wheelchair-bound. It provides a comfortable and discreet solution, effectively minimizing unpleasant odors and offering reliable leak protection.

Features of Bard Dispoz-A-Bag Leg Bag

  • Heavy-duty vinyl for extended wear
  • Provides quality, reliability, and dependability
  • Reusable and lightweight
  • Fabric straps for extended comfort
  • Comfortable to wear, minimizes skin irritation


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Item # Desc Pkg Price
150719 19oz Each
150719 19oz 10/Pack
150719 19oz 50/Pack
150732 32oz Each
150732 32oz 50/Pack

Benefits of Bard Disposable Urinary Leg Bag

  • Sterile: Delivered in a sterile condition for hygiene and infection prevention.
  • Anti-Reflux Valve: Prevents urine from flowing back into the catheter for safety and comfort.
  • Odor Containment: Effectively contains odors, enhancing discretion and comfort.
  • Leak Resistance: Highly resistant to leaks, providing peace of mind.
  • Heavy-Duty Vinyl: Durable material for extended wear, ensuring longevity.
  • Patented FLIP-FLO Drainage Valve: Offers secure and user-friendly urine disposal.

Bard Catheter Leg Bag Straps

  • Fabric straps available
  • Extension Tubing
  • Bard leg bag straps are comfortable to wear, and it minimizes skin irritation
  • Bard catheter leg bags straps are economical and reusable

Bard Urinary Drainage Bags

  • 2000ml capacity with anti-reflux chamber
  • Urine sampling area
  • Bard drainage bags are easy-to-drain outlet tube with clamp and tube holder
  • Plastic bag, single-use, sterile fluid path
  • Drainage bags are not made with natural rubber latex


What to buy with Bard Urinary Leg Bag


How to clean Bard Dispoz-A-Bag Leg Bags?

  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
  • Place the leg bag comfortably with the protective cap facing you and the exit valve away from you. Secure it with straps, but not too tightly to avoid circulation issues.
  • Use an appropriate length of extension tubing, ensuring it reaches the catheter but avoids kinking. Trim if necessary and clean the cut end with isopropyl alcohol.
  • Remove the protective cap from the leg bag connector, ensure the drainage spout is closed, and clean the connectors with alcohol pads. Connect the leg bag to the tubing.
  • Clean the catheter end and tubing connector with alcohol pads. Connect the tubing to the catheter.
  • Adjust the leg bag and straps for comfort and security.
  • Dispose of used materials and packaging.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water again for hygiene.

Things to remember while using Bard Disposable Urinary Leg Bag

  • After use, this leg bag may be a potential bio hazard.
  • Handle and dispose of in accordance with accepted medical practice and applicable local, state and federal laws and regulations.
  • This is a single use lag bag.
  • Do not re-sterilize any portion of this lag bag.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do Bard leg bags come with an extension tubing?

Tubing is not included with any of the bags.

2. What do I do with the drainage bag when I Shower?

Nothing. Wear it in the shower and dry it off with the rest of you.

3. Can I sleep with a Bard leg bag?

If the user has a urinary catheter, they will use the larger drainage bag at night. Users can also use the leg bag during the day. The leg bag is attached to the leg, allowing you to move around more easily.

4. What is a flip Flo valve?

The flip-flow valve is like a tap device, which fits into the end of the catheter (both short and long-term). The bladder continues to store urine and can be emptied intermittently, helping to maintain normal function.

6. When should a leg bag be emptied?

Empty your leg bag regularly to avoid it 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.


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