URINE BAG 2 l, drain., non-ret. valves, sampling port, ster.


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URINE COLLECTION BAG, with sampling port


A sterile flexible plastic pouch designed to connect to a urinary catheter to collect discharged urine from a patient. It is designed with an opening for urine drainage and a needle-free sampling port. The device is not directly attached to the patient.


Quality standards

ISO 8669-2, 1996, edition 2, (confirmed 2017) Urine collection bags - Part 2: Requirements and test methods

Technical specifications

  • Bag:
    • flexible, transparent plastic
    • capacity: 2 litres
    • graduations every 100 ml
    • non-return valve at the tube inlet
    • emptying system (T-shaped drainage tap)
    • integrated hanging eyelets
  • Drainage tube:
    • flexible plastic
    • length: ± 90 cm, d​iameter: 6 to 9 mm
    • universal connector for connecting to a catheter, a urostomy pouch or a condom catheter/ incontinence sheath
    • needle-free sampling port
    • protective cap
  • Inside AND outside are sterile
  • For single use

Packaging & Labelling

Unit sterile packaging in peel-open pack

(Cf Introduction: Packaging and labelling)

Instructions for use

Please consult the “Manual of nursing Care Procedures, MSF, 2020” available online via the Nursing care working Group sharepoint page.

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Precautions for Use

The drainage system should not be disconnected because this increases the risk of bacterial contamination. The catheter and the bag should be removed together.

It is important that samples are not taken from the bag (tap) because of multiplication of micro-organisms within this reservoir causing higher numbers. If no urine is visible in the tubing clamp it a few centimetres below the sampling port (do not clamp the catheter itself!). Wait until sufficient urine collects before proceeding with the sampling.

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