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CareBag® Commode Liner with Super Absorbent Pad

CareBag® Commode Liner with Super-Absorbent Pad

Protects commodes from spills & trap odors. Maintain  the autonomy of users  & improves hygiene for caregivers and users.
CareBag® Male Urinal with Super Absorbent Pad

CareBag® Male Urinal Bag with Super-Absorbent Pad

Absorbs urine and turn it into a gel. Traps and prevents odors.
CareBag® Vomit Bag with Super Absorbent Pad

CareBag® Vomit Bag with Super-Absorbent Pad

Absorbs body fluids and turns them into a gel. Traps and prevents odors.

CareBag® Bedpan Liner with Super Absorbent Pad



Ref. : Pack x20: 7711141

“Infection control” hygiene of the bedpan, without soiling or odors



Liner with drawstring ties, adapted to bedpan and equipped with a super absorbent pad (capacity approx. 16 oz or 450 ml of body fluids, 0.9% saline equivalent).

CareBag® liner is the unique combination of a liner with easy closure and an integrated super absorbent GelMax® pad. The pad will turn into gel liquids upon first contact. Once sealed, it significantly reduces the risk of spills, splashes and odors. It also protects the bedpan, avoiding its soiling and contamination related to its handling.
Aware of the need for a good monitoring of the patient, we offer you Cleanis precision scale, to measure body waste and diuresis when necessary. Practical and easy to use, this scale is already pre-calibrated for the weighing of CareBag® Bedpan Liner and it exists also for the weighing of CareBag® Male Urinal and CareBag® Vomit Bag.

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  • Avoids bedpan soiling
  • Securely collect, transport and dispose of biological liquids, infectious or not
  • Recommended for nosocomial infections, particularly VRE and C. difficile*
  • Time saving compared to manual washing or washing in bedpan washer
  • Facilitates health care or homecare assistant work
  • Provides comfort to the patients and their family
  • Reduces operating costs
  • Neutralizes bad odors



Vitale E. (2011, May), Safer Panhandling to Reduce the Rate of Vancomycin Resistant Enterococci – Giving staff the right tools to safely and efficiently do their job. Study presented during the conference CHICA – Canada National Education, Toronto, ON

 Clostridium difficile Reduction Challenges in a Multi-System Hospital System, RWJ Barnabas Health – E. Yaney, C. Filippone, L. Pascarella, D. Peluso, D. Dutchak, M. Marek, V. DeChirico, A. Arrunategui (2016)



  • Patients in isolation
  • Intensive care
  • Resuscitation room
  • Digestive surgery
  • Recovery room
  • Emergency
  • Maternity
  • CRDD
  • Transport health emergency, ambulances …

Ideal for

  • Hospital :
    • Recovery room
    • Intensive care units
    • Emergency Medical Services (resuscitation area)
    • Operating room
    • Maternity
    • Rehabilitation Services
    • Epidemic
    • Patient isolation
  • Home Care
  • Nursing homes



Publications et recommendations
> APIC : Association for Professionnals in Infection Control and epidemiology
> AETMIS : AETMIS Agency of Evaluation of Technology and Health Intervention Methodes
> CCLIN Central APHP : Coordination Center for the Fight against nosocomial infections – APHP Central CCLIN (Public Hospitals of Paris)
> ARLIN Haute Normandie / CHU Hôpitaux de Rouen (France)

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