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Dispoz-A-Bag System

Introducing the Bard Dispoz-A-Bag, designed specifically to pair seamlessly with any external catheter system. Ideal for individuals with limited mobility, those recovering from surgery, or anyone experiencing urinary incontinence, this leg bag offers a comfortable and leak-resistant way to manage urinary output. Equipped with a user-friendly Flip-Flo drainage valve, this leg bag simplifies the draining process with a quick flip action. Plus, its anti-reflux valve offers an extra layer of security by preventing urine backflow, thus minimizing the risk of contamination. Experience odor reduction and unparalleled convenience with this versatile leg bag.

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Description

The Dispoz-A-Bag is a reusable and economical leg bag made from heavy-duty vinyl. It's engineered for extended wear and offers dependable urine collection when paired with an external catheter. Equipped with an anti-reflux valve, it ensures an added level of safety by minimizing the risk of urine backflow and potential contamination. What's more, the bag is sterile and features fabric straps for long-lasting comfort, making it gentle on the skin and minimizing irritation. Experience the ideal blend of comfort, quality, and dependability with the Dispoz-A-Bag from Bard.
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19oz, 32oz

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WHY DO I NEED TO SELF-CATHETERIZE?
The need for self-catheterization often arises when the body's natural process of emptying the bladder is compromised due to a medical condition or surgical intervention. Common issues may include urinary retention, nerve damage, bladder dysfunction, or a spinal cord injury. Self-catheterization enables individuals to empty their bladders safely and effectively, helping to prevent complications like urinary tract infections, kidney damage, or uncomfortable symptoms related to urinary retention. It provides a level of independence and allows for better control over one's health and daily schedule. Always consult with your healthcare provider for a diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
HOW SHOULD I INSERT MY CATHETER?
To properly insert your intermittent catheter, start by washing hands and preparing the catheter. Position yourself comfortably and clean the urethral area thoroughly. Gently insert the catheter into the urethra until urine flows and the bladder empties completely. Afterward, remove and dispose of the catheter as per instructions. Ensure you're relaxed during the process, and consult a healthcare provider or Treatment Specialist if you encounter discomfort, pain, or any issues during self-catheterization.
HOW LONG SHOULD I WEAR MY EXTERNAL CATHETER?
The duration for wearing an external catheter can vary based on individual needs and medical advice. Generally, it’s suitable to wear one for 24-48 hours, but it’s crucial to follow your healthcare provider’s recommendation to prevent complications. Regularly check for signs of irritation or infection and change the catheter promptly if any discomfort occurs. Always adhere to hygiene practices when changing to a new catheter to maintain skin health and reduce infection risk.
how do i order catheter samples?
Your Treatment Specialist curates a sample pack to suit you, featuring up to four different types and 12 in total. Whether you prefer hydrophilic, pre-lubricated, uncoated catheters (or if you're not sure yet), we've got you covered. It's self-cathing made easier. Just submit your information online to get started!