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Large Capacity Night Bags

Larger capacity urine drainage bags are designed to provide additional drainage capacity overnight or for people who are permanently in bed. They are commonly called night bags. They are usually held in position away from the body on either a floor stand or a hanger which hooks onto the bed or chair frame. They may also be connected to a leg bag and form a link system for overnight use.

Top Tips

  1. Make sure that the bag is lower than you are if using in bed at night
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  3. Night bag – use disposable night bags if you can’t/don’t want to wash – rip off the corner
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  5. If the tubing is long enough you are able to move in your sleep without too much discomfort!
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  7. When you have emptied your Night Bag, what to do with the long length of tube? Fit the dust cover and loop it once round the top inlet of the bag. Then wedge it into the back of one of the concave uprights. NB. This works well with a flat-pack-bag-stand,
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  9. When you have emptied your Night Bag, what to do with the long length of tube? Fit the dust cover and loop the tube once round the top inlet of the bag. Then wedge it into the back of one of the concave uprights.
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  11. Stands are usually available free to use with their night bags If you’re really stuck use two wire coat hangers between the mattress and base of bed to support the night bag.
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  13. I find there is no problem with the bag placed directly on the floor to the side of the bed. The tube leading to it should pass between the legs, from front to rear. This is fine for sleeping on your back, or on either side, but not on your front
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