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Product description

Style:Ugo 1H - 500ml, Short Tube, Lever Tap

Additional Key Features

  • Needle-free sample port for a safe sample collection
  • Purpose measured outlet tubing to securely attach to the Ugo 2L Drainage Bag for problem-free overnight link drainage

 

Independence with Confidence

Our Ugo Leg Bags are designed for you to use at home with total confidence. For maximum comfort the Ugo Leg Bags have a fabric backing and a natural leg-shape design. Plus, all our bags are made from soft yet durable medical-grade plastic, so there’s less noise when you move.

Choose from T Tap or Lever Tap drainage valves, and three different volume sizes – 350ml, 500ml or 750ml. They also come with short (5cm), long (25cm) and direct inlet tubing.

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