Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc

Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc
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Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc

  • Designed to be used with foley or suprapubic catheters
  • Fills by internal pressure push
  • Ready to use, sterile, Latex-free

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Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc

Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag


The Belly Bag by Rusch improves dignity, mobility and quality of life by having the bag worn at the abdominal area. Fastening around the waist by means of a woven belt with a quick release buckle makes it suitable for men or woman 24 hours per day. It is designed to be used with foley or suprapubic catheter (Not for use with External Male Catheter). Eliminates the problems associated with leg and bedside bags including inadvertent catheter extraction and leg bruising.

Belly Bag

The Belly Bag is emptied by means of a drain tube with a twist valve that is in the approximate position of the urethra. An anti reflux valve behind the catheter port prevents reflux urine flow.

Comes complete and ready to use with easy-to-fasten waist belt, anti-reflux valve, and soft nonwoven back panel. Sterile, 1000cc capacity.


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Rusch Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc

B1000 - B1000 - Each - $20.82

B1000P - B1000P - With Sample Port - Each - $25.73

B1000CT - B1000CT - With 24" Coiled Extension Drain Tube - Each - $57.17

B1000 - B1000 - Box of 10 - $202.67 ($20.27 per unit)



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Belly Bag Urinary Drainage Bag - 1000cc Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
72 reviews
70 out of 71 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Sturdy (29)
Lightweight (29)
Safe (25)
Easy Storage (17)
Convenient (9)
Top Cons

none (4)
Bulky (2)
Sitting uncomfortable (1)
Can't find any problems (1)
No strap to hold to bed (1)
Top Best Uses

Elderly (11)
Following Surgery (9)
Emergency (3)
Daily (2)
Activities (1)
1-5 of 72 reviews
1 2 3
Best catheter bag ever

Pros:
Convenient. Lightweight. Safe. Easy Storage. Sturdy.
Cons:
Needs its own hose cap.
Best Uses:
A bag for every one .
Describe Yourself:
I Want Better Sleep. Total Retention at times.. Bladder Incontinent.

Snap on the belt, pill excess to size and attach catheter.

by from Stockton, ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
Good item for money

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe.
Best Uses:
Severe UTI.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health.

Very useful might want to have extention on the catheter so it is not pulled to tight

by from ronks,pa
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
14 out of 15 found this review helpful
Great Product

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Convenient. Safe.
Best Uses:
Elderly.
Describe Yourself:
Elderly. Total Retention at times..

If you have to wear a bag, I find this to be the best. You never have to adjust it when using,just empty. Most of the time I forget I have it on.

by from Central N.Y.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
5 out of 7 found this review helpful
Convenient, discreet!

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Convenient.
Best Uses:
Long term use.
Describe Yourself:
Early 60's.. Spinal cance. Early 60's..Spinal cancer.

Easy to use, discreet!

by from Michigan
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
15 out of 22 found this review helpful
Great for any time

Pros:
Sturdy. Lightweight. Safe. Convenient.
Describe Yourself:
Bladder Incontinent.

Great product

by from Mesa, AZ
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
7 out of 8 found this review helpful
1-5 of 72 reviews
1 2 3
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Can this be used with G-Tube for drainage?
Asked on Nov 8, 2015 5:04:44 PM by vcdolphin from Chicago
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Can it be used with a small child? he is 6
Asked on Jun 27, 2013 12:46:38 PM by GammaS from hartford wi
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Are belly bags covered by medicare
Asked on Dec 6, 2012 6:38:15 PM by nurse kim from home
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Yes medicare pays for the bags.
Answered on Aug 12, 2014 7:21:32 PM by dank from Decatur,Il
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can a belly bag be used when a colostomy is present?
Asked on Nov 15, 2012 6:26:00 PM by Captain America from Hattiesburg, MS
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My dad had a colostomy for 29 years. He used a belly bag for 13 months with no problem. (He'd switch to a bedside 2000 ml while sleeping.
Answered on Oct 24, 2015 11:41:30 AM by Ben T from Houston TX
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How long can you use this without it getting a oder of urine?
Asked on Jun 10, 2012 5:36:32 PM by oldrndirt from Oklahoma
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Can Belly bag be used for urostomy pt.s?
Asked on Mar 24, 2012 3:41:17 PM by lou lou from MI
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CAN I BUY BELLY BAGS IN THE U.K. IF SO WHO DO I CONTACT. THANKS
Answered on Aug 29, 2012 11:48:34 AM by Kim Hart from PETERBOROUGH u.k.
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is the belly bag latex free?
Asked on Mar 15, 2012 1:24:22 PM by debi from texas
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Yes, the Belly Bag is latex free.
Answered on Jul 21, 2016 12:17:11 AM by Lynn from NW Arknasas
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can this be emptied from a wheelchair or only on a toilet?
Asked on Jun 9, 2011 7:29:33 PM by ama781 from massachusetts
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You can do it from a wheelchair, if you can slide your pants down (or pull your skirt up). I slide my pants down to about knee level; then I hook a bottle on the pants' top, and empty the bag into that. I am usually on the toilet when I do this, but it can be done in a wheelchair or any kind of seat, including a bed.
Answered on Oct 29, 2012 2:02:03 PM by [email protected] from Lawrence KS
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The belly bag also comes in a style with a long tube for drainage. I have no idea if the tube in a problem while wearing the bag but it makes emptying it easier.
Answered on May 25, 2013 6:00:38 PM by AS from FL
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how does this get emptied?
Asked on Jun 9, 2011 11:59:00 AM by ama from MA
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There is a spout with a twist-type valve that folds down to empty the bag. Hold the spout over the toilet, graduate container, bedpan, or urinal. Center the drain spout over the container, then twist the valve clockwise to open & drain. When the bag is empty, twist the valve counterclockwise to close.
Answered on Dec 12, 2011 6:00:02 PM by msedrn from Texas
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can this be emptied while sitting in a wheelchair, or do i have to sit on a toilet?
Asked on Jun 8, 2011 10:59:41 AM by ama from MA
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It can be emptied into a graduate container, bedpan, or urinal while the person is seated in a wheelchair.
Answered on Dec 12, 2011 5:50:56 PM by msedrn from Texas
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Can this bag be used for nephrostomy?
Asked on May 28, 2011 3:43:28 PM by DaveWisconsin from Milwaukee
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As a nurse, my best guess is no. The inlet is large enough to connect to the outlet (open end) of a regular Foley catheter. A nephrostomy tube is much smaller than an indwelling catheter, so the open end would be too small to fit the connector/inlet.
Answered on Dec 12, 2011 6:12:01 PM by msedrn from Texas
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Part Number(s): 094 572931 02, 094 0828, 094 572931 01, 094 0829

Mfg Part Number(s): B1000, B1000P, B1000CT

Scrip Part Number(s): 094 0828, 094 572931 01, 094 572931 02, 094 0829