Peezy Midstream is a medical device for urine collection. It collects urine specimen and captures only midstream urine. The device kit includes genital wipe, peezy funnel and either 30 mL or 10 mL collection tube. In urine collection, the person attaches a tube to Peezy, wipes her/her genital, places Peezy against the body (a woman) or over the toilet (a man) and releases urine. When collection is finished, Peezy is detached from the tube which is replaced by a lid.
 
Status In progress
Process MT
ID number 446

Provisional Schedule

Committee meeting: 1 18 September 2020
Draft guidance 08 October 2020 - 05 November 2020
Committee meeting: 2 11 December 2020
Resolution 28 January 2021
Expected publication 11 March 2021

Project Team

Project lead Kimberley Carter

Email enquiries

Stakeholders

External assessment group NuTH Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals
Manufacturers Forte Medical Limited
Professional groups Association for Clinical Microbiologists
  Association for Continence Advice 
  Association of Renal Industries
  Association of Renal Technologists
  British Association of Urological Nurses
  British Infection Association
  British Maternal and Foetal Medicine Society
  British Menopause Society
  British Prostate Group
  British Renal Society
  British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology & Diabetes
  British Society of Urogenital Radiology
  British Society of Urogynaecology
  British Urological Foundation
  British Uro-Oncology Group
  European Association for the Treatment of Addiction UK
  Medical Foundation for AIDS & Sexual Health
  National Substance Misuse Non-Medical Prescribing Forum
  Renal Association
  Royal College of General Practitioners
  Royal College of Midwives
  Royal College of Nursing
  Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
  United Kingdom Continence Society
  Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine

Timeline

Key events during the development of the guidance:

Date Update
13 November 2019 Scope published
07 October 2019 Stakeholder registration opens

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