Babies Urine Collection: The Real Challenge

Children are a world apart, and far from considering them as ”little adults” we must respect their real needs and qualities.
Urine samples need to be collected for clinical testing, and urine infections are the main indications.
Although they may be required for many reasons, such as suspected kidney disease or urinary retention, the most common condition is urinary tract infection in children.
Suppose the specialist is looking to detect urine infection. In that case, the sample collection
must be careful and hygienic so that the urine obtained is sterile.
Special devices, such as a pediatric urine collector, are required for a suitable sampling method.
Your doctor will also tell you how to collect a useful urine sample.
Young children and babies usually do not pee voluntarily, and the sampling can be difficult.
But not everything is impossible, and there is always a solution to every problem.

Shuangemi Pediatric Urine Collector

The Shuangemi pediatric urine collector is the solution to difficult sampling in infants.
This device has a part for every problem. It is made of non-irritating PCV,
so don’t worry about diaper rash or irritation of your baby’s bottom.
It has a unique adhesive adapted to the shape of the baby’s genital system.
When urinating, there is a better grip, and no urine is spilled.

How to Use It?

1)Before attaching the pouch to the genital area, wash your hands with soap and water.
Then dry them with a clean towel.
2)Separating the labia majora in girls, and removing the foreskin well in boys, wash gently with a gauze soaked in neutral soap. Rinse with water and remove the soap residue.
3)Remove the lower part of the protective paper from the bag. Separate the child’s legs.
Place the opening of the bag around the meatus or orifice where the child pees.
Remove the rest of the protective paper. Press well so that it sticks well to the skin around.

If the child does not pee, change the bag and repeat the whole operation every half hour.
Once the collection bag has urine in it, fold the bag not to spill and take it immediately to the laboratory. If you do not take the sample with you, it may go to waste and be useless.

Guess you are in a hurry and cannot immediately take the sample to the laboratory. In that case,
we recommend that you store it in the refrigerator (not in the freezer).
This way, it will last longer, and you can take it with you when available.

Shuangemi’s pediatric collection bag features a hypoallergenic adhesive and an anti-reflux design
to reduce the risk of urinary tract infections.

This device is universal and works for both girls and boys, so you don’t have to worry about its exclusivity.

Leave your child’s health in the hands of professionals with our products.
Quality comes first, and choosing us is the first step.