The Freedom Leg Bag Kit from Coloplast provides high quality, dependable urine collection from your internal or external catheter placement. The unit is completely latex free and has many features which add comfort and durability for the wearer.
To clean your vinyl leg bag or night collection bag after use, remove tubing and leg straps and rinse the bag with clear water.
1. Use a solution of bleach and water (one ounce bleach to a quart of water) to remove stains and odor of urine from the bag and plastic tubing.
2. Fill the bag with solution, making sure there is no air in the bag, and let it soak for 20-30 minutes.
3. Rinse again with clear water and hang to dry.
4. Soak tubing in the same solution, then rinse it and hang it to dry.
Over time, mineral deposits from your urine will build up in the collection bag. These deposits will clog the one-way valve and block the flow of urine. To keep your bags, connectors, valves, and tubing clog-free, soak them every few days in a solution of vinegar and water (four ounces of vinegar to a quart of water). Let connectors, valves, tubes, and bag soak for 6-8 hours, and then rinse with clear water.
Also available in a Flocked Leg Bag Kit
|Sub-Heading||Coloplast Freedom Leg Bag Kit|
|Manufacturer SKU||7088, 7078, CP-70-88, CP-70-78|
Directions for use
Leg Bag Dimensions
1000ml 6" wide and 11" long
Bag twists and loses it's shape Review by Bob F
Price Value Quality
I do a lot of outdoor manual labor and find that the straps don't really hold the bag in place all that well. As a result the bag tends to get twisted and needs to be "reshaped". Also, it is very difficult to remove the catheter although the tip on using a hot wash rag does help a bit. Having said that, the Stadium Pal does allow me to get out and do the things I love to do. (Posted on 9/23/11)