Covidien Dover Urine Drainage Bag With Spout

Covidien Dover Urine Drainage Bag With Spout

Brand/Manufacturer: COVIDIEN/MEDTRONIC
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  • FSA Approved

Covidien Urine Drainage Bag With Spout is a user-friendly system designed to enhance patient comfort and safety during urine collection. It features a filter that effectively prevents airborne bacteria from entering the urinary drainage system and ensures urine remains securely contained. Additionally, the top vent mechanism on the bag facilitates smooth urine flow within the collection system, and the Luer lock sample port is specifically designed to prevent needle-related injuries.

Features of Covidien Dover Urine Drainage Bag 2000ml 

  • The top vent promotes optimal flow within the collection system
  • Luer lock sample port helps in preventing needle stick injury
  • Comes with pivoting hanger hooks
  • Designed to fit all hanging devices
  • Easy-to-read graduations for measuring

Item # Desc Pkg Price
6308LL 2000mL Capacity, 48" Tube Each
6308LL 2000mL Capacity, 48" Tube 20/Case

Benefits of Covidien Urine Drainage Bag

  • Urinary drainage bag comes with anti-reflux device
  • Updated enclosed drain spout on a new 45-degree pedestal
  • Tube management and sheet clip improve flow dynamics
  • Top vent reduces positive and negative pressure to assist in draining the bladder
  • Pivoting hanger hooks
  • Luer Lock sample port helps in preventing needle stick injury
  • Covidien drainage bag can Be Conveniently Placed at Patient's Bedside
  • Non-sterile


What to buy with Covidien Dover Urine Drainage Bag


How to care Urine Drainage Bag?

  • Clean Hands: Before handling the drainage bag or performing any care procedures, ensure that you thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Secure Positioning: Properly secure the drainage bag in a location that allows it to hang freely and not put pressure on the drainage tube or catheter. This helps maintain a continuous flow of urine and prevents kinks or obstructions.
  • Avoid Contamination: The drainage bag should always remain below the level of the bladder to prevent urine from flowing back into the bladder. Make sure the drainage tube does not come into contact with the floor or any contaminated surfaces.
  • Regular Emptying: Monitor the urine level in the bag regularly and empty it when it is about two-thirds full or according to the instructions provided by your healthcare professional. Use the provided twist valve or lever system to drain the urine into a suitable container or toilet.
  • Hygiene and Sterility: Avoid touching the inside of the drainage bag or the tip of the drainage outlet to maintain sterility. If accidental contact occurs, clean the affected area with an alcohol wipe or a mild antiseptic solution. Do not reuse a disposable drainage bag.
  • Tubing Maintenance: Inspect the drainage tube regularly for any signs of kinks, blockages, or leaks. If you notice any issues, consult your healthcare professional for guidance. Replace the drainage bag if the tubing becomes damaged or compromised.
  • Secure Connections: Ensure that all connections between the drainage bag, catheter, and tubing are securely fastened. Loose or insecure connections can lead to leakage or dislodgment.


Covidien catheter bag Instructions

  • It should be placed near the foot of the bed and below the level of the patient's 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 patient.
  • 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's leg. This is especially important if the patient is obese.
  • Never allow the drainage bag to be placed on the floor.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. How long can you use a urinary drainage bag?

It must be discarded every seven (7) days from first use or if the bag is leaking, damaged, discolored, stiff and brittle, or a strong odor persists after cleaning.

2. Where should the Dover urine drainage bag be placed?

Always keep it below the level of your bladder. This will help keep urine from flowing back into your bladder.

3. What is the purpose of the filter in the Urine Drainage Bag?

The filter prevents airborne bacteria from entering the urinary drainage system, enhancing patient safety.

4. How does the top vent on the Covidien Urine Drainage Bag benefit urine flow?

The top vent ensures optimal urine flow by allowing air to escape, preventing backflow and pressure issues.

5. What maintenance is required for the Urine Drainage Bag?

Regularly empty and clean the bag per the manufacturer's instructions to maintain effectiveness and safety.

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