Rusch Belly Bag With Waist Belt

Rusch Belly Bag With Waist Belt

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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Item B1000P, B1000CT is backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Collection Device is designed as a practical urinary drainage system that can be comfortably worn around the waist. It is specifically tailored to cater to the needs of individuals who have indwelling catheters during their post-surgery recovery, as well as ambulatory patients and those who maintain an active lifestyle. This innovative product provides a discreet and inconspicuous means of collecting and managing urine, making it a valuable choice for a wide range of individuals seeking a more convenient and private solution for their urinary needs.

Features of Rusch Belly Bag

  • Twist valve drain port
  • Latex-free and Sterile
  • Anti-Reflux valve
  • 52” belt can be trimmed to fit
  • 1000 mL capacity
  • Cloth backing for added comfort


Item # Desc Pkg Price
B1000 1000ml Capacity Each
B1000 1000ml Capacity 5/Pack
B1000 1000ml Capacity 10/Pack

Features of Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Collection Device

  • Discreet and comfortable waist-worn urinary drainage bag
  • Prevents accidental catheter extraction, leg bruising, skin issues
  • Suitable for those with Foley or suprapubic catheters
  • Males or females who have an Indwelling Foley or suprapubic catheter
  • Requires minimal pressure to transfer urine
  • Secured around the waist with a woven belt and quick-release buckle
  • Emptied through a twist valve drain tube with clear ml markings
  • Not compatible with nephrostomy or male external catheters


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How to clean a Rusch Belly Bag?

  • Wash your hands well with soap and water.
  • Disconnect the bag from the catheter tubing. Connect the tubing to the backup bag or drainage device.
  • Drain any remaining urine from the bag you just disconnected. Close the drainage valve.
  • Pour some warm (not hot) soapy water into the bag. Swish the soap around, being sure to get the corners of the bag.
  • Open the drainage valve to drain the soap. Close the valve.
  • Use a certain solution to clean the bag if your healthcare provider advises one. Solutions that may be advised include:
    • 2 parts vinegar and 3 parts water.
    • 1 tablespoon of chlorine bleach mixed with a 1/2 cup of water
  • Ask your healthcare provider how often you should clean your bag. Ask what solution you should use to reduce odor and keep your bag free of germs.
  • Shake the solution a bit and let it remain in the bag for 30 minutes.
  • Drain the solution and rinse the bag with cold tap water.
  • Hang the bag to drain and air-dry.


Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a Rusch Belly Bag, and who is it designed for?

The Rusch Belly Bag is a discreet urinary drainage bag worn around the waist, designed for individuals with indwelling catheters.

2. How does the anti-reflux valve work, and why is it important?

The anti-reflux valve prevents urine from flowing back into the catheter, reducing the risk of urinary tract infections.

3. Can the Belly Bag be worn under clothing?

Yes, it's designed to be worn under clothing for privacy and comfort.

4. How often does the belly bag need to be emptied, and is it easy to do so?

It has a 1000 ml capacity, suitable for a day out, and features an easy-to-use twist valve for emptying.

5. Is the Rusch Belly Bag compatible with all types of catheters?

It's compatible with common catheters but not suitable for nephrostomy catheters or male external catheters.

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