Repositionable Drain Pouch 2107 - White
- Attaches to garment securely with brand hook-and-loop fastener tab
- Standard shape and size for use with Jackson-Pratt®, Hemovac® and other drain management systems
- For use with Recovery Care garments and bras after various breast surgeries
Removable drain pouch that can be securely fastened to recovery garments using hook-and-loop fastener.
95% Cotton, 5% Spandex
How about a video to show exactly how to attach...
How about a video to show exactly how to attach the Drain Pouch to Bra. How is the extra Velcro strip in package attached and then secured to the bra? I think I've done it right, but not sure
Thank you for taking the time to send us an email. At the current moment, Amoena does not have an instructional video on the use of the Drain Pouch. Please feel to find a local Amoena Retailer near you to help assist with insuring the correct use of the drain pouch.
If I purchased a large recovery Cami what ...
If I purchased a large recovery Cami what size pouches would I need?
AnswerAmoena only carrys the Drain Pouch in size Small. The small size will fit all Amoena drain pouch pockets in our Recovery Care Collection.
For breast procedures where there are 2 drains ...
For breast procedures where there are 2 drains per side (2 in front, 2 nearer sides), it looks like it would be hard for 2 drain pouches to go side by side using the attachment strips on your bras like your Theraport Post Surgery bra. Can you confirm how many pouches that bra can hold?
AnswerThere are four Velcro patches actually that can attach to the Theraport Post Surgery bra.
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I wish I’d known about these and ordered them before going in to hospital, because by the time they arrived I only had two more days until my drain was removed. I liked the Velcro top flap which meant I could attach the drain to the lower edge of my compression vest and thereby wear the drain under my clothes rather than in a shoulder bag on the outside. They are relatively expensive, but really useful in freeing up both hands when, for example, using the toilet and washing your hands.
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