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Bard Medical Supplies - Catheters, Urinary Drainage Bags & Wound Care

Bard is an industry-leading medical supply and equipment manufacturer offering high-quality products for both clinical and at-home use; Dedicated to meeting the needs of all patients and healthcare professionals, Bard develops breakthrough solutions in urology, oncology, vascular diseases, and surgical specialties. Allegromedical.com proudly offers a full array of Bard products including leg bags, catheters, urinary drainage bags and accessories, wound care products, and more. Shop confidently with our Best Price 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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  1. Bard Red Rubber All Purpose Intermittent Catheter - 16" Bard Red Rubber All Purpose Intermittent Catheter - 16"
    $1.19 - $1.69
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  2. Bard Piston Syringe Irrigation Tray - 70cc Piston Syringe - Basin with CSR Overwrap Bard Piston Syringe Irrigation Tray - 60cc Piston Syringe - Basin with CSR Overwrap
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  3. Bard Leg Bag with Flip-Flo Valve and 18" Extension Bard Leg Bag with Flip-Flo Valve and 18" Extension
    $5.97
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  4. Bard Catheter Plug & Cap for Drainage Lumen on Foley Catheters - Each Bard Catheter Plug & Cap for Drainage Lumen on Foley Catheters - Each
    $1.00
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  5. Urinary Leg Bag with Ant-Reflux or Flip Flo Valve Urinary Leg Bag with Ant-Reflux or Flip Flo Valve
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  6. Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with Two-Hook Hanger - 2000ml Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with Two-Hook Hanger - 2000ml
    $6.83 - $121.49
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  7. Bard Coude Tip Tiemann Intermittent Catheter - 1 Eye -- 16" Bard Coude Tip Tiemann Intermittent Catheter - 1 Eye -- 16"
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  8. Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with a Single-Hook Hanger Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with a Single-Hook Hanger
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  9. Bard Extension Tubes - 18", Latex-Free, Non-sterile Bard Extension Tubes - 18", Latex-Free, Non-sterile
    $2.18 - $52.29
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  10. Extension Tubes - 18" - Latex Extension Tubes - 18" - Latex
    $2.99 - $137.16
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  11. Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with Two-Hook Hanger - 2000ml Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with Two-Hook Hanger - 2000ml
    $7.07 - $144.24
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  12. Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-Way, 5cc Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-Way, 5cc
    $3.50 - $3.75
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  13. Extension Tubes - 18" Extension Tubes - 18"
    $2.46
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  14. Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with a Single-Hook Hanger Bard Bedside Drainage Bag with a Single-Hook Hanger
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  15. Urinary Leg Bag with Ant-Reflux or Flip Flo Valve Urinary Leg Bag with Ant-Reflux or Flip Flo Valve
    $5.55 - $277.31
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  16. Bard 2000ml Drainage Bag Tray with 5cc Bardex Lubricath Foley Catheter Bard 2000ml Drainage Bag Tray with 5cc Bardex Lubricath Foley Catheter
    $15.88 - $18.11
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  17. Bard Flip-Flo™ Catheter Valve, 180° Lever Tap - Each Bard Flip-Flo™ Catheter Valve, 180° Lever Tap - Each
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  18. Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-Way, 5cc Bard Silicone Elastomer Coated Latex Foley Catheter - 2-Way, 5cc
    $3.75 - $45.00
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  19. Bard Wide Reusable Leg Bag Straps with Hook & Loop Fasteners Bard Wide Reusable Leg Bag Straps with Hook & Loop Fasteners
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  20. Coude Tip Latex Urethral Intermittent Catheter - Two Eyes - Tiemann Model Coude Tip Latex Urethral Intermittent Catheter - Two Eyes - Tiemann Model
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


How do I empty a Bard catheter bag?

A Bard catheter bag will collect urine drained from the bladder through the catheter tube. To use the bag, you will need to remove the protective cap and connect it to the drainage tube of the catheter. Once the bag is about three-quarters full, it is recommended to empty it out to prevent leaks. To empty your Bard urinary drainage bag, start by removing the outlet tube. You will have to squeeze the connector arm and gently pull the tube from its housing. Next, release the clamp and allow the fluid to drain from the bag. Once the bag has been fully emptied, clamp the outlet tube once more and get the connector arms to click back into place.

How do I change a Bard catheter bag?

If the bag has been emptied several times, medical professionals recommend changing it. Bard leg bags should be used for no longer than a 24-hour period. This is to prevent infection. When it is time to change the Bard leg bag, start by washing your hands thoroughly with warm, soapy water before you touch any part of the catheter system. Once your hands are clean, empty the bag as mentioned earlier. Then place a towel or bedpan beneath the connection of the catheter bag and the catheter. Clamp the tube with your fingers and disconnect the leg bag. Grab a new, sterile bag and connect as you did the first time. Slowly release your grip on the tube and ensure there are no leaks around the connection.

Does Bard make Red Robin catheters?

Yes, Bard Medical makes the Bard Red Rubber Intermittent Catheter. This intermittent catheter features a round, hollow tip and is ideal for both men and women. It comes with two opposing drainage eyes and can be used as a Robinson or Nelaton catheter. This sterile catheter is X-ray opaque and is also sturdy and very lightweight. Bard catheters are made from coated latex and silicone. These waterproof materials make the catheter resistant to moisture, reducing the risk of infection when in use.

How do I apply a Bard Ultraflex Self-Adhering Male External Catheter?

Using Bard Catheters is simple and easy. To apply the Bard Ultraflex Self-Adhering Male External Catheter, start by placing the catheter and your antiseptic wipes in front of you. Then wash your hands and your genitals thoroughly with warm, soapy water. Once clean, prep the genital area by sterilizing with an antiseptic wipe. Next, remove the catheter from the packaging and sterilize it with alcohol wipes. Place the external catheter over the head of the penis, leaving only a small space between the catheter and the tip of the penis. If you are uncircumcised, leave the foreskin as is to apply the external catheter device.

Can you shorten the tubing on a Bard drainage bag?

Bard medical supplies, like catheters and drainage bags, are easy to work with. If you need to modify the length of the tubing on the drainage bag, you may shorten it prior to your first use. Sterilize your scissors and the end of the drainage tube and cut to your desired length. Sterilize the end of the tube again once you have reached your desired length. Then connect the tube to the connector of the drainage bag and clamp shut.

What medical supplies does Bard make?

The list of Bard medical supplies is robust. They make all products needed for a catheter system including many catheter types and accessories, enteral feeding supplies such as tri-funnel replacement gastrostomy tubes, and other medical supplies required for incontinence, manage skin and wound care, and products to manage male prostate health.


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