Origin of bedpan
Examples from the Web for bedpan
Historical Examples of bedpan
The patient should not rise from his bed, but should use a bedpan or other receptacle.
It is sometimes desirable to place the patient on a bedpan and rinse the parts by a gentle stream of warm water poured from a jug.
If the patient does not ask for the bedpan, the attendant should offer it at suitable times.
Empty the bedpan and clean it at once; ordinarily one can clean it without wetting or soiling the hands.
Also they should have bedpan or whatever other attention they need regularly, and when asked for, immediately.