URINE FLOWMETER, grad. 400ml overflow 2l drain. bag, ster.


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The product is supplied (and stored) sterile, it must remain sterile until its use. Sterile = state of being free from all living microorganisms.
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A06030302 - Urine flowmeter sets
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A sterile device that is used to measure precisely the urine output of a catheterized patient. The device includes a graduated drip chamber which can be emptied into a drainable 2L bag with an overflow system. It is used for patients requiring close monitoring of urine output on an hourly basis.


Quality standards

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

Technical specifications

  • Precision urimeter
    • rigid container
    • capacity 400 ml
    • graduations: 1 ml for the first 45 ml, per 5 ml for the remaining 400 ml
    • no-return system
    • automatic overflow towards the urine bag
  • Bag:
    • flexible plastic, transparent frontside
    • capacity: 2 litres
    • graduations every 50 ml up to 500 ml, then per 100 ml up to 2l
    • non-return valve at the tube inlet
    • emptying system, single handed manipulation
    • integrated hanging hook
  • Drainage tube:
    • flexible plastic
    • length: ± 150 cm
    • diameter: 8 mm
    • universal connector for connecting to a catheter
    • needle-free sampling port to be used with a Luer syringe
    • protective cap
  • Inside AND outside sterile device, for single use

Packaging & Labelling

Unit sterile packaging in peel-open pack

(Cf Introduction: Packaging and labelling)

MSF requirements

Hourly urine output is largely admitted to be an important monitoring parameter in severely ill patients in many settings including: OTs, ICUs, Emergency departments PICU/NICU, burn units.

Hourly urine output values are often recommended as a target for IV fluid and vasopressor therapy in states of shock.

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