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.
The Bathroom Gem Spring Leg Bag Release System is a leg bag emptier designed for use by individuals who use urinary leg bags. This mechanical device does not come in contact with urine, eliminating the need for daily cleaning. The leg bag's tubing is crimped by a spring-driven cylinder to stop liquid from leaving the bag. An easy-to-use lever, which can be mounted anywhere on a wheelchair that is convenient for the user, draws a cable to pull the cylinder away from the tubing, allowing liquid to
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
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
The JB-3 Leg Bag Emptier is designed for use by individuals with spinal cord injury, severe physical or neurological disabilities, or who use catheters due to urinary incontinence. This system features a patented valve design for ease of activation to manually drain urinary leg bags. Attachment for use requires no wheelchair modifications, and only two pounds of pull force empties a 750 mililiter (ml) leg bag in less than 20 seconds. This system eliminates body fluid contact, so no sanitizing
CUSTOM ADAPTATION PURPOSE: To enable an individual with multiple sclerosis to empty a leg bag independently. The user, who lives alone, has limited hand strength and was unable to empty her leg without calling for assistance. Although she was able to lift the bag from its carrier on her wheelchair, the valve at the top of the bag was stiff and difficult to open. Using a plastic cutting board as a base, a mount was created from two plastic blocks with a rectangular hole to hold the bag valve. A