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Male Urinal Bag
with Super Absorbent Pad PAC

Gels urine and confines unpleasant odors

Ref: 773 39 93BIO, box of 20

  • Absorbs and gels the body fluids
  • Secures the collection of urine, infectious or not
  • Allows urination in any circumstances
For More Information

Medical Device, Class I. Manufacturer: Cleanis SASU. Carefully read the information on the packaging.

The CareBag® Male Urinal is the ideal substitute for the traditional plastic pistol. When urinating, the absorbent pad turns the urine into gel which prevents leakage when the patient places the bag on the adjustable table. CareBag® Male Urinal should be used with the CareBag URIgrip handle for a better grip by the patient and caregiver.

The CareBag® Male Urinal is used in many departments where patients are bedridden and weakened :

  • Recovery Room,
  • Intensive Care Unit,
  • Digestive Surgery,
  • Emergency Care,
  • Rehabilitation.
Product reference773 39 87BIO
ClassificationMedical Device, Class I - CE
PackagingDispenser box of 20
Secondary packagingBox of 18 boxes
Bag (dimensions)38 x 16 cm
Pad (dimensions)24 x 13 cm
Pad (absorption of biological fluids (0.9% saline solution))450 mL
StandardsCompliant with Directive 93/42/EEC. Absorption tested according to a suitable method based on ISO 17190-5
Expiry dateNo expiry date
Are there instructions for using the Male Urinal?

Yes. Cleanis offers an instructional video (available on the product page or YouTube) and also a training service: In this last case, contact us.

Can the Male Urinal replace traditional systems (pistol handle)?

Yes. The CareBag Male Urinal has been designed to replace traditional holders in order to improve hygiene when bedridden patients urinate.

Does the CareBag Male Urinal measure the volume of the patient’s urine?

Using the CareBag scale, you can evaluate the diuresis of patients.

More questions ?