Automatic Leg Bag Emptier

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Asl Low Voltage Power Leg Bag Emptier (Model Asl711)

The ASL Low Voltage Power Leg Bag Emptier, model ASL711, is a automatic leg bag emptier designed for use by individuals with neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or severe physical disabilities. This emptying mechanism for a leg bag receives power and operation signals from a for powered wheelchair. The leg bag emptying mechanism includes all necessary cables.

Electric Leg Bag Emptier

The Electric Leg Bag Emptier is an automatic leg bag emptier designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury. Designed to be maintenance free, the valve on this device does not require daily cleaning and urine does not touch the emptier. The device pinches the leg bag tubing to stop urine flow. The unit can be mounted beside the knee on the wheelchair to enable emptying into the toilet or on a foot plate to permit emptying into a floor drain. The device is activated by a light action pus

Electric Leg Bag Emptier

The Electric Leg Bag Emptier is an automatic leg bag emptier designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury or other physical disabilities. The device consists of a small, lightweight valve that connects to the bottom of a leg bag and a switch designed to be mounted on the user's wheelchair. The leg bag is emptied simply by pressing a button on the switch. POWER: The standard model ($190) uses power from the battery of a powered wheelchair. A model is also available with its own sealed

Hydroflush Mini Electronic Leg Bag Emptier

The HydroFlush Mini Electronic Leg Bag Emptier is an automatic leg bag emptier designed for use by individuals with quadriplegia. This heavy duty unit allows the user to empty their urinary leg bag electronically by pushing a button. It gives the user more control over when and where the leg bag is emptied, and by allowing the user to drink more fluids, it can also reduce the frequency of urinary tract infections. It uses a microprocessor control unit with an electronic solenoid valve. To make t

Parent Category: Catheter Supplies
 
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