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Small Bowl

Product Code 104AA200

NPC Code FSL083

NA Code V25-004D

Description

General purpose bowl, ergonomically shaped with integrated graduations for measuring liquid. Can be used as a child's potty when used together with a plastic support.

Case Dimensions 470 x 610 x 200 mm

units per case

units per case

capacity (litre)

capacity (litre)

lid available

lid available

indicator

indicator

Raising infection control standards

A recent study across 88 hospitals in North America showed that 62.2% of ‘clean’ plastic wash bowls were actually contaminated with pathogens including VRE and MRSA. The bowls had either been hand-washed or processed in a washer disinfector, prior to being re-used for patient care. Studies like this highlight the significant risks that reusable systems and individual products pose to patient safety.

Practical design for ease of use

Our single-use containers are designed to hold fluid for up to 4 hours (or up to 2 hours for our detergent-proof washbowls). They are then flushed away safely and quickly in a Vernacare disposal unit, macerating up to 4 containers at once (or up to 2 detergent-proof washbowls).

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FAQs

Why are your single-use products grey?

Vernacare products are made from clean over issued newspaper. No bleach or dyes are added which helps to make the product environmentally friendly. There is also no danger of any dyes or chemicals leaching out of the product during use, protecting patient and nurse safety.

How should we clean blood/human waste stains on the supports?

We recommend a sporicidal or detergent wipe is used to clean plastic supports. However they can be cleaned with all major disinfectant products on the market. For blood spills you should consult your local infection prevention guidelines.

Can I use the volume indicator inside the container to measure liquid output?

The integrated graduations on the inside of the container are for indicative purposes only. For accurate output measurement we recommend you use a weighing scale.