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  • Choice of clamp or lever tap
  • Clamp outlet makes it easy to verify proper closure
  • Lever tap is easy to operate
  • Soft backing for increased wearing comfort
  • Anti-kink tubing reduces risk of backflow and prevents accidental leakage
  • Free of PVC and phthalates
  • Optional needle free sample port (unique) eliminating the risk of needle stick injury
  • Extended outlet tube prevents contact with urine when emptying
  • Discreet and current design
  • Color scheme for less visibility under clothing
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Product name Item number Order number Units in package
Conveen Security+ Urine Leg Bag 500 ml/ 50 cm 5161 100743878 10
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Q: How often should I change my leg bag?
A: Always follow the recommendations from your healthcare professional. If your leg bag is damaged or visibly dirty then you should change it.



Q: How often should I empty my leg bag?
A: Always wash your hands before and after you empty your leg bag. You should empty your leg bag directly into the toilet or receptacle when it is approximately half full, or sooner if it is uncomfortable on your leg. To avoid the risk of infection or bacteria entering the leg bag, do not let the tap touch the seat or bowl of the toilet.

 


Q: What should I do if my leg bag is not filling with urine?
A: If you notice that the urine bag is not filling as it normally would then you may have a kink in the leg bag tubing. Check to see whether the tubing has kinked and if so straighten the tubing. If it is not the tubing, then you should consult your healthcare professional.
There are drainage bags available with anti-kink tubing, one of them is Conveen® Security+ leg bags.

 


Q: How should I store bags?
A: You should store unopened drainage bags in a cool, clean, dark place.

 


Q: How and where should I dispose of my night bags?
A: You can wrap your used bags in newspaper before putting them in the bin, or you can put them in a plastic disposal bag. Do not flush bags down the toilet.

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Key benefits

Secure and reliable urinary collection

Secure and reliable urinary collection

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Secure and reliable urinary collection

Conveen® Security+ leg bags features anti-kink tubing that reduces the risk of backflow.

 

Key benefits

  • The custom designed clamp outlet is easy to operate, and it’s also easy to verify that it’s closed properly.
  • The soft backing makes it comfortable to wear.
  • The chambered design reduces sweating when moving about.
  • The discreet design and colour scheme reduces the bag’s visibility under clothing.
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Finding the combination of urisheath and urine bag that suits your needs and lifestyle is important.
As Conveen® is a customizable solution we recommend that you answer a few questions to identify which sheath and bag will work best for you.

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Conveen® Security+ bedside drainage bag

Conveen® Security+ bedside drainage bag

Bedside drainage bag designed for extra security

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