Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway

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Hollister Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway

  • Leg strap connectors & drain valve don't touch leg
  • 2 size options available
  • Soft, comfortable and durable
  • Pleated sides increase the volume but not length

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Hollister Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway

Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway


The Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway quality materials result in soft, comfortable, durable bags pleated sides increases the volume but not the length. The Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway protects skin from pressure points by placing leg strap connectors and drain valve away from direct contact with leg. It safely and easily conducts urine through its drain valve, is easy to open and closes securely even with limited dexterity.

The Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway:

  • Soft, Durable Vinyl: Provides security from leaking, comfort, and value for money. Constructed of heavy gauge vinyl.
  • Drain Valve: A valve that permits the user to empty the pouch or leg bag without getting fingers wet.
  • Sterile Fluid Pathway Packaging: Increases the convenience of the leg bag. The leg bag can be removed from its package in any setting and connected to an indwelling catheter, for example, without requiring a sterile field.
  • Stepped Connector: Facilitates the ease of connection and removal of tubing without compromising security. The leg bag utilizes a stepped plastic connector.
  • Pleated Sides: Increases the wearer's comfort while reducing its size. The leg bag's unique side pleats expand horizontally as it fills.
  • Leg Bag Strap Connector Buttons: Protects the skin from potential pressure points that can result in pressure ulcers. The leg bag has integral connector buttons that are positioned in such a way as to not touch the skin.
  • Anti-Reflux Valve: One way flow valve integral to the construction of a sheath or pouch that prevents flow back toward the skin.

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Hollister Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway

9814 - Medium 18oz - Each - $4.91

9805 - Large 30oz - Each - $4.91

9805 - Large 30oz - Box of 10 - $48.14 ($4.81 per unit)

9814 - Medium 18oz - Box of 10 - $48.14 ($4.81 per unit)



Urinary Leg Bag with Sterile Fluid Pathway Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
69 reviews
61 out of 68 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (41)
Safe (35)
Lightweight (34)
Easy Storage (21)
Durable (2)
Top Cons

Flimsy (3)
Unsafe (2)
Not durable (1)
Too long (1)
Not wide enough (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (17)
Bladder Problems (15)
Following Surgery (6)
Emergency (5)
Pre-surgery (1)
1-5 of 69 reviews
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Sturdy, Comfortable

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

This product is easy to use and I feel very confident it will do the job it is designed for. I have tried a myriad of other similar products but feel most confident in the Hollister.

by from San Antonio Texas
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
great, but ... Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy.

I really like this leg bag. It's very sturdy. I agree with everyone else that says that this is a reliable bag. The problem I have with this bag is the valve. It is not just a cap you pull off, which is nice. But it has a "flip/crank" type of valve. I have accidently opened the valve many times and then got urine all over my leg and pants. So if you get this one, you need to be REAL careful of the valve, so you don't open it. I would give this bag a 5, if it wasn't for the valve, but I find this a real problem!

by from Fond du Lac, WI
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
11 out of 11 found this review helpful
Great leg bag! Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Easy Storage. Good drain valve.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems. Emergency.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Average Health. Active.

I love the idea of the moulded-in external buttons. they require special straps but they are good straps.

by from Texas
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
I like it alot

Pros:
Easy Storage. Lightweight. Safe. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
Bladder Problems.
Describe Yourself:
Cancer Survivor.

The flip drain spout you have to be careful when you pull pant legs down. The pants will catch on the lever.

by from lakeland,fl
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
Best leg bag my Dad has ever used.

Pros:
Sturdy. Safe. Lightweight. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

This is the best leg catheter bag my Dad has used. He is 93 and not as agile as he used to be. He can put it on and take it off with no problem and he has no problem emptying it into a urinal during the day if it fills. Also, it seemed as if we got the product as soon as I clicked the button.

by from Catonsville, MD
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
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Does the leg bag come with the tubing that connects it to the catheter tube?
Asked on Aug 16, 2015 9:33:57 PM by Laura from Illinois
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No, the leg bag does not come with any tubing.
Answered on Oct 28, 2015 4:54:08 PM by Kace from NY
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Has the materials changed for the Hollister leg bag #9814? I have been using this bag for several years and never had this problem. The material seems much thinner and softer. After several days of use, the bag starts to have a strong odor and it's not the smell of urine. I know because when I empty my bag, the smell isn't in the urine. It's the bag that smells and it is quite embarrassing. Please return to the stronger plastic bag as before. I do like the softness of the bag but not the smell. It starts on about day 3 of use. Please let me know if anyone else has experienced this problem. I only use the bag during the week and IC on weekends. By Friday, I am glad to get this bag off and thrown away....far away.
Asked on Jan 18, 2013 10:23:47 PM by pattypara from williamsburg, va
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I have noticed the change and have been using using Clorox Clean Up every few nights to clean the bag with just a squirt or two. Be sure to rinse thoroughly.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 1:49:23 PM by Haikued2 from San Clemente CA
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I soak the bag with diluted dish washing detergent every night and have never had a problem with smell. I have noticed that the bags I have been getting for the last year or so will leak for no apparent reason after about a week. So I do use a new bag every week.
Answered on Feb 26, 2013 5:30:05 PM by Paula from MA
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When production of these bags was moved from the USA to China, the vinyl material the bag was made from changed. The newer material is soft when new but changes under exposure to uric acid and any drug byproducts that may be in the urine and the vinyl becomes less flexible and prone to developing stress cracks near the "welded" seams of the bag that cause localized leaking. The vinyl is also porous to a small degree and allows small amounts of the fluid contents to seep through the bag creating the nasty smell.
Answered on Mar 10, 2013 5:14:39 AM by tigger from Hayward, CA
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Thanks to all who has answered my question. It is a POOR bag for urine now since the switch. It smells and it does leak at the seams. Hollister should be reading our comments and take heed with the changes. I am a nurse and it concerns me that us users need to use soap detergent or clorax cleanup to rid the smell. HOLLISTER LISTEN UP!!!
Answered on Mar 21, 2013 6:24:40 PM by pattypara from Williamsburg, VA
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What is the largest capacity of leg bags for urine retention do you have?
Asked on Oct 8, 2012 6:19:17 AM by Pughiepump from UK
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The large Hollister is 900 ml, but it can take up to 1000 ml.
Answered on May 3, 2013 9:14:21 PM by pljc from Vancouver WA
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the bag less than litre capacity and leaks at the seam after a coup,e days use
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 10:46:06 AM by shell from BUSHKILL,PA
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Does any of your leg bags have the urine capacity of 1litre?
Asked on Oct 6, 2012 6:10:48 AM by pewi pump from UK
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No. The Hollister leg bag comes in two sizes = 18 oz (= .55 approx.) litre, and 30 oz (= .8+ approx.) litre.
Answered on Mar 25, 2014 3:38:37 AM by WinkTX from San Antonio TX
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How many times should leg bag be cleaned and used again?
Asked on Jul 10, 2012 9:06:12 AM by ge rry from geo9rgia
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I clean the bags every night with vinegar and water, and have used the bags for a couple of weeks.
Answered on Oct 26, 2015 12:18:44 AM by Ree from sutherlin, Or
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Does this leg bag have anything connected to it that contains latex?
Asked on May 14, 2012 8:56:00 AM by Zenobia from Pennsylvania
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There is a catheter that connects to this bag, and some are látex but does not necessarily have to be latex. It depends on what u like.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 9:53:20 PM by Iriesmi from California
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- The package item info card has a Latex word/symbol on it that has an "X" printed over the word/symbol. I interpret that to mean it does not contain latex.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 1:04:49 AM by dunnfolk2 from USA
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do your urinary leg bags have screw-on/off drain caps or push-on/pull-off drain caps?
Asked on Aug 24, 2011 1:16:22 PM by stu from orinda, ca
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neither It opens and closes with a lever which can be turned left, right, or center. Some bags have a cap which is nice when the lever gets bumped--prevents leaking.
Answered on Feb 22, 2012 10:18:57 PM by p happy from upstate ny
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it just has a cap that you place on the tip and push to keep it firmly on.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 6:44:51 PM by snoopy from North Carolina
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Mine have lever type valve. Question in return --Have had 4 bags from my last order that have sprung a leak. can I get credit for these defective ones ? Have always had good luck till this last order . could you E Mail me with a response please ? Need to reorder soon.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 9:35:13 PM by Fred from Kent, Ohio
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does a condom cath hookup with this bag
Asked on Aug 22, 2011 9:37:52 AM by chas from n/y
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i have used leg begs for 30 years and many kinds in that time and have never seen one that would not hook up to the cath.
Answered on Apr 20, 2012 1:16:53 PM by oldrndirt from oklahoma
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Part Number(s): 094 2012, 094 2267, 094 2010, 094 2217

Mfg Part Number(s): 9814, 9805

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 2012, 094 2010, 094 2217, 094 2267