Patents

Adult Male Disposable Incontinence System For Disposable Underwear

February 9, 2010

An external male urine collection device is inserted into a front opening of a disposable nonwoven diaper or brief. The device comprises a resilient ring for receiving and restraining the penis in a funnel-shaped collection assembly bag extending from the diaper or brief. A distal funnel-like end of the collection bag is attached to a one-way valve and tube assembly to direct the urine from the bag. The tube is attached to a bedside urine storage bag or leg bag.
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