If you physically cannot make it in time to the appropriate facilities, a Bed Pan may be an excellent choice.
Bed pans have long been used by those who bed-ridden do to a physical or mental ailment. This is an excellent choice for someone who has Functional incontinence and is aware of the need to urinate, but physically unable to reach the appropriate facility. There are disposable bed pans but most are made to be emptied and reused. Their costs range depending on quality from approx. $15 to more than $50.
The Carex Contoured Bed Pan is key for those who have trouble getting out of bed due to incontinence and other causes. The Carex pan is lightweight and durable making it both easy to clean and designed to last. It boasts a large capacity to minimize splashing and overflow, plus the side grips provide for easy handling.
The Danny’s World Conventional Plastic Bed Pan boasts conventional styling and a contour design for comfort in use and easy handling in cleaning. It is lightweight and durable and highly reviewed on sites like Amazon.
The Duro-Med Deluxe bedpan has a smooth contoured shape that is designed for comfort and convenience. It’s easy to clean and even autoclavable. This hearty bedpan is made out of a strong molded plastic that is odor resistant and unlikely to warp.
The Medpro Contoured Bed Pan is an excellent economical choice of bed pan. It is conveniently designed with built-in handles for easier placement and removal. Designed specifically for immobile adult patients, the Medpro is durable and easy to clean.
The Carebag Bedpan Liner isn’t an actual bedpan itself but rather a highly-absorbant pad designed to save you the hassle of cleaning a bedpan. These liners prevent spills and splashes and even seal in odor. These liners take the edge off of the unpleasant task of cleaning a bedpan.