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Bedpans

FreeshipBedpans offer relief to patients that are bedridden or have limited mobility. Shop from our selection of that offers an array options in material, structure and weight capacity.

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Bariatric Comfortpan Bed Pan

Weight Capacity 1,200 LBS

$47.99

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Fracture Bed Pan

Disposable Gold fracture bedpan.

$14.99

was $19.99

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Standard Plastic Bedpan by Nova

The Standard Plastic Bedpan by Nova is for patient...

$23.99

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Disposable Plastic Bedpans

Choose from the Contour or Fracture designs with v...

$12.99

was $17.32

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Contour Bedpans With Non-Stick Surface

Graphite colored non-stick bedpan from Medline. (C...

$49.99

was $66.65

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Autoclavable Contour Bedpan

The Autoclavable Contour Bedpan by Medline is desi...

$69.99

was $93.32

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Stainless Steel Bedpan

This conventional bedpan from Medline has a greate...

$119.99

was $159.99

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Bed Pan Without Cover

Disposable bed pan without a cover.

$16.99

was $22.65

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Fracture Bedpans

Blue colored bed pans that double as female urinal...

$33.99

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Fracture Bedpan by Nova

A fracture bedpan is small and alleviates the need...

$23.99

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Stainless Steel Bedpan by Complete Medical

Stainless Steel Bad Pan by Complete Medical

$72.99

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Male & Female Bedpans & Urinals
It is not uncommon for incontinence issues to be resolved by using a female bed pan or male urinal. This is especially true for patients who are experiencing mobility issues. In addition to conducting research for the correct type of bedpans & urinals, caregivers and patients should also look at size options as well to ensure the best experience possible is the conclusion. Think about if the urinals and bedpans are going to be used short term or long term, the weight of the patient, how strong their stream is, and other preferences the caregiver and patient may have.

Types of Bedpans:
  • Plastic: metal bed pans have been replaced in many hospitals by plastic once it was introduced to the market. One of the biggest advantages of this material is that is it disposable. The cost of replacing the disposable bed pan is then passed on to the hospital patient. The disadvantage of the disposable bed pan is that, due to how flexible it is, it could pin the patient or spill once their weight presses on to the pan. There are additional hygiene problems with this type of bed pan, as well.

  • Metal: the biggest benefit of this traditional type of bed pan is that it is reusable and stable. This is particularly beneficial to those using bed pans at home. Despite the fact that this type of bed pan is cold, its smoothness is much more comfortable when used. For those who still find the smooth surface uncomfortable, there are cushions available.
Types of Male Urinals:
  • Male urinal: no matter if a male is upright or supine, the urinal is the best option in comparison to a bed pan when urinating. Each urinal is constructed from plastic that is clear and allows for the simple extraction of urine. The clear plastic allows patients can caregivers' measure color and volume.
Types of Female Urinals:
  • Female urinal: female patients do have a more difficult time using these devices but, design innovations have reduced spills and leaks significantly. Flow can be controlled better thanks to the wider opening allowing for the urinal to be angled appropriately once firmly placed against the skin. Like male urinals, female urinals are constructed from clear plastic so the urine can be measured for color and volume.
Additional types of Bedpans & Urinals
In addition to these types of urinals, you may also need a travel urinal or a different type of portable bedpan or urinal. The best way to determine what type of bedpan or urinal will be perfect for your needs is to think specifically about where you will be when it is in use, how often it will be used, and how often it will be moved from place to place. Then, begin your research.