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Urine Drainage Collection - Catheter Leg Bags

Worn on the thigh or calf, leg bags are used in conjunction with external catheters or Foley catheters to capture urine draining from the bladder. Urine drainage leg bags are made of heavy gauge materials to eliminate leakage and odors. Optional features include a choice of latex, foam, or fabric straps, flip-flo or twist drainage valves, and multiple fluid capacities ranging from 9 oz. to 32 oz. Allegromedical.com carries a wide variety of catheter collection bags, leg bags, and leg bag accessories from industry-leading brands like Curad, Bard, Coloplast, and Medline at the best prices guaranteed. For peace of mind and further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program. Read More Read Less

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Leg Bags

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How do I strap a catheter bag to my leg?

Always begin with washing your hands with soap and water. After placing the bag near the top of your leg, position the bands with the product labels facing outward and wrap them around your thigh before securing them with the fastener device. Several brands of catheter leg bags have attached fasteners. Once connected, the grip of the bands should feel comfortably snug. If you have trouble strapping your catheter leg bag, you may be more comfortable with a super absorbent leg pouch or a leg bag holder.

Can you sleep with a catheter leg bag?

You have the option of sleeping with your catheter leg bag on. Since leg bags are much smaller than urine drainage bags, you can avoid frequent overnight bag emptying sessions by attaching your drainage leg bag with a slide tap to a bedside urine drainage bag. This requires attaching a tube to the bottom spout on the leg bag and using the anti-redux valve on top of the bedside urine collection bag.

Before you connect your leg bag to the night drainage bag, make sure you wash your hands thoroughly and wipe the bottom spout of your leg bag with an alcohol pad. After you connect the tubing, hook the drainage bag below your leg on the side of the bed.

Can I shower with a catheter leg bag?

Although daily showers are advisable, you must take steps to avoid the risk of infection that often occurs when bacteria invade the urinary tract. This possibility is the reason you should shower after a bowel movement and wash from front to back. While you are showering, wash your genital area thoroughly without disconnecting the leg bag from the catheter throughout the process. Also, don’t risk infection by using talcum powder and sprays. After your shower, replace the wet thigh straps with dry ones.

How much urine does a leg bag hold?

Body-worn bags come in a variety of sizes ranging from 250 ml to 900 ml and larger. By comparison, the urine drainage bags hold about 2 liters. Since a full bladder holds between 400 ml to 600 ml, it’s impossible to contain a full bladder of urine in a 350 ml bag or smaller. Conversely, a smaller bag is less noticeable and lighter than the larger ones, but will require frequent emptying.

How do I empty my Foley catheter leg bag?

Before touching any part of the Foley catheter bag, wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. Start by elevating the drainage tube to drain all the urine out of the bag. Then, while holding the bag over a toilet or large receptacle, turn the green spout to the left and let the urine drain until the bag is empty. Make sure that the spout doesn’t make contact with the toilet or container to avoid contamination.

How do I clean my urine collection bag?

To clean the urine collection bag with a free flow catheter valve, you will need a large syringe, white vinegar, and a measuring cup. Begin by washing the outside of the bag with soap and water. Next, rinse the inside with the syringe pushing hot water through the tubing and drainage bag. When it’s free of deposits, drain the water out through the bottom leg bag twist valve and close it when the bag is empty.

The next step involves mixing one cup of water with one cup of vinegar. Then, use the syringe to inject the vinegar solution into the bag before closing the drainage tubing. After letting the bag sit for about 30 minutes, drain the mixture out of the bag through the bottom drain and rinse with the syringe one last time with all the connections open. The bag will be ready to use after it’s completely dry.


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