For those with mobility impairments, finding comfortable and convenient ways to use the bathroom is a real challenge. These bedpans and urinals from Parentgiving offer an effective and easy-to-use alternative for using a traditional toilet. Each of these products are designed to offer relief without having to use any special apparatus or taxing the caregiver with an especially challenging physical task. It's also less awkward, invasive or potentially painful for the individual with a mobility impairment since a bedpan or portable urinal can be used without getting up to go to the bathroom.
At Parentgiving, we offer a number of options for bedpans and urinals to suit a variety of needs. Bedpans for elderly or immobile patients are the most common type of product in this category. They are rounded at the edge and feature a contoured profile so that they can be comfortably positioned underneath the user. Most models are easy to clean and reuse, but you can find disposable options that are more convenient for on-to-go use or when you won't have an opportunity to clean it. You'll find that a bedpan for female and male patients is generally the same; most models are unisex and differences in design are typically only related to a specific condition or ailment.
Portable urinals, on the other hand, are made specifically with male or female patients in mind. These urinals offer a simple, sanitary solution for individuals who are experiencing mobility issues either on a permanent or temporary basis. Designs vary slightly, so you may want to try a few products to find the one you like best.
If you're searching for a urinal or bedpan for women or men, Parentgiving has you covered. Our selection of incontinence accessories comes from trusted brands like Complete Medical, Nova, Drive and Carex. Find the solution that fits your needs and your budget today.
Lightweight male urinal - perfect for bedside use.
Fracture Bedpan is designed with patients in mind for comfort and ease
Lightweight, durable plastic urinal for men by Carex. Holds 1000 cc\
One-liter plastic urinal for women by Carex. Sturdy yet lightweight. Holds up to 1000 milliliters and has marks to measure output.
Choose from the Contour or Fracture designs with varying fluid capacity. Sold individually or by the case.
Alimed Bariatric Bed Pan with Anti-splash 15" L x 14-1/4" W x 3" H, Mint Green, Plastic, 1200 lb Weight Capacity
Our urinals have a splash-proof lid and store on their side, preventing accidental tipping and spilling.
There are times when getting out of bed to use the toilet is difficult or even impossible and other times when you simply can’t get to a bathroom. Making this natural function easy to accomplish when you’re not as mobile as you’d like is a bedpan or a portable urinal.
There are many styles of bedpans, like contoured and fracture bedpans, and urinals, such as male and female urinals. A traditional or contoured bedpan has a rounded, contoured shape to make maneuvering it easier. A fracture bedpan is a design meant for people recuperating from a bone facture or any condition that leaves them immobile. It has what’s called a low profile, usually a tapered front, so that it can slip much more easily under you.
There are inexpensive disposable bedpan styles that are a good idea if you need to use one for a limited time and don’t want to worry about cleaning it. For durability, however, choose a stainless steel model.
Urinals are typically more substantial than bedpans. These usually look like containers and have a cap so that waste is contained—less chance of spillage and less obtrusive if the contents can’t be disposed of right away or if, for convenience, it needs to be attached to a wheelchair or bed rail.
Urinals is particular (and some bedpans) are designed by gender so that they contour more effectively to the male or female anatomy. For example, the URSEC Spill-Proof Plastic Urinal For Women allows a woman to urinate in virtually any position: reclined, seated or standing. It may be a better choice than a bedpan if you have limited mobility. When choosing a urinal, look for designs with easy-to-hold handles that, like the Feminal, give you a leakproof seal when pressed against the body and when drawn away after use.
Many urinals are made of plastic or composites. If you have any latex sensitivity, be sure to choose a latex free design.
Whether you’re using a bedpan or a urinal, if you need to measure your daily output for health reasons, look for a design with graduated marks. Capacity is another consideration—some are capable of holding close to a quart of liquid.
Other designs to facilitate urination are uniquely designed not only for people with mobility issues, but for those who simply don’t have access to a bathroom, like when you’re camping or on a long road trip and don’t know when you’ll reach the next rest stop. The Travel John Disposable Urinal is a waterless urinal that changes liquid waste into biodegradable leakproof gel in the bag instantly and it has a spill guard to prevent back flow during use. Both men and women can use it either sitting or standing. Each pouch can hold up to 28 ounces or 800 cc.