Enema Bucket Kit
1500-cc (48 oz) bucket is graduated in both ounces and milliliters. Notched handle facilitates carrying the unit with tip in an upright position. Soft vinyl tube (54" long) has a non-traumatic tip with rounded eyes for safe, easy insertion. Positive-close clamp on tube is designed for one-handed operation. Set contains bucket, tube, plastic clamp, sterile lubricating jelly, castile soap packet, and moisture-proof under pad. Each set is individually wrapped in a polypropylene bag.
Enema Bag Kit
1500-cc (48 oz) Spill proof valve on bag is self-sealing to prevent spilling or leaking. Easy-use funnel top permits quick, convenient filling. Soft vinyl tube (54" long) has a non-traumatic tip with rounded eyes for safe, easy insertion. Positive-close clamp on tube is designed for one-handed operation. Set contains moisture-proof under pad, enema bag and tubing, castile soap packet, sterile lubricating jelly packet, and plastic shut-off clamp. Packs flat for travel.
Rectal tubes are 20" long. This disposable tube is made of a soft vinyl and comes with a sterile lubricating jelly packet.
Currently available in 24fr size
Comfort mats are a 1/4 inch thick foam mat that offers that nice bit of cushion between you and the cold tile floor. Water and stain resistant the Comfort Mat is easily wiped down with soap and warm water for cleaning. The 24" x 60" mat rolls up for quick and easy storage.
The Bucket Hanger
One of our customers, after having the handle break on her bucket, designed this simple to use cloth bucket hanger. Securely hang your bucket kit from any hook with no fear of a broken handle disaster. Hand made from super strong nylon, the hanger is machine washable and can be used over and over.
Be sure your equipment is completely clean
and disinfected before each use!!
All Natural Disinfectant
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