Sterile 750ml Leg BagsRated 4/5 based on 7 reviews.
$5.25 each when purchasing 4 or more
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These sterile In Health 750ml leg bags and come in a choice of either 10cm or 30cm inlet tube.
- 10 or 30cm inlet tube (the 30cm inlet tube ONLY, can be trimmed to size)
- Anti-reflux valve
- T-valve outlet
- Backing: Flocked
- Button-up elastics included
If you wish to order an entire box, the quantity in a box is 100 bags.
Tie detailsBy: Geoff Verrills on 12 July 2023I do not like the button/hole area. Would prefer elastic
Thanks so much for your feedback and sorry the button-up elastics on this bag weren't to your liking. We do sell a range of bags with a variety of strap options including elasticised and velcro fastenings. You may also like to take a look at the leg bag holder which can be a comfortable way of securing a leg bag. All these options can be viewed by clicking on the "Drainage Bags" option at the top of the screen.
750ml leg bag inlet tube 30cmBy: Wilhelmus van der Meyden on 7 June 2023Unfortunately this is not a leg bag for me; the straps are to small and buttons to fiddly for my old fingers. I wonder if the straps will hold 750ml and do not pull the bag down.
750 ml leg bagBy: Norman on 17 March 2022This product is strong and reliable. It is easily kept clean through using white vinegar.
Not impressed.By: Anonymous on 12 October 2021OK, first the context. I am using these "in-health" for all day and night use with uridomes. Being as mentioned in a report on the uridomes, I am quite parsimonious and get several weeks use from a bag before it irreparably develops a leak. I used some of these bags as being (significantly) cheaper and higher capacity than the Hollister 9652 but will not be purchasing them again (will try out the "P" bags). · · · · · · · · · · The first and major design defect with this design is the non-return valve; this is small and visible immediately below the inlet tube. The inlet tube is vastly stiffer than the bag material, so it tends to kink the bag as it is necessarily rotated to one side or the other. Either this or allowing the bag itself to fold under the top straps causes the non-return valve to block. While this may in the short term be tolerable for an indwelling catheter, it will cause a uridome to "blow off" - a *major* problem. The non-return valve on the Hollister bags occupies the whole width of the bag and does not suffer from this problem. · · · · · · · · · · Second problem: the "barbed joiner" which connects the inlet tube to the uridome/ catheter is only barbed on the catheter side, unlike on the Hollister 9652 where it is also barbed to fit the inlet tube. So this is easily dislodged and must be frequently checked. (I do try to salvage the connectors from the Hollister!) · · · · · · · · · · Third problem : the strap slots. It may seem logical to have these as vertical slots. This turns out to be poor engineering as the ends of these punched slots become a stress point and over time a split propagates from these in either direction, to the edge of the bag causing the strap to be released and the bag to come loose, *and* in the other direction progressing toward the bag's reservoir resulting in a leak. Now this is presumably not a problem if the bag is used only a couple of days but with daily rinsing, I expect to use it for a far longer duration. The *first* correction of this fault would be a small circular punch out at each end of the slot as in the Hollister design, but even that while much superior, can also eventually suffer the same failures. Placing the slots obliquely might be an improvement, but I suspect a larger circular punch-out would be the most durable. In the meantime, I reinforce the bag above and below the slots with tape (3M Durapore). · · · · · · · · · · Another problem is the "T" valve which becomes progressively harder to operate over use due to the deposition of struvite. The valve can be cleaned to some extent by popping off the white cap and pushing (not pulling) the other part through. · · · · · · · · · · Two *good* details of this bag include firstly, the straps which are vastly more durable than the Velcro straps whose "loop" material rapidly degrades with use. As I remove the lower strap in order to empty the bag, it is quite easy with practice to re-fit them in the dark by touch. Secondly, the flock is bonded to the bag and does not fall apart as does the separate flock sheet on the Hollister. Did I miss anything?
Thanks for your feedback, good and bad we need to hear it. We will send these concerns onto the manufacturer – however as you have recognised this is sold as a single use product and usage as recommended would hopefully result in a better experience.
Leg bags 750mlBy: Lynette Jackson on 21 September 2020Excellent size & as I have severely deformed hands the slide over button fastening is fantastic.
BagsBy: Craig McLeod on 5 August 2020Excellent product when used to it. Highly recommended
750 ml leg bagBy: Michelle keeping on 16 July 2020Great product good quality leaver easy to use