Kidney dishes

Kidney dishes are a type of medical equipment commonly used in hospitals, as well as other medical facilities. They are typically made of stainless steel and are shallow, bowl-shaped dishes with two handles.

The shape of the dish is designed to allow for easy collection, storage, and disposal of fluids, such as blood and urine. The two handles allow for easy handling and transportation of the kidney dish.


Kidney dishes are typically used in a variety of medical procedures, such as collecting, storing, and disposing of fluids, as well as providing a sterile surface to place and store medical instruments. In addition to standard medical procedures, kidney dishes are also used in patient examinations, specimen collection, and post-operative care.

Kidney dishes are widely available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials, making them suitable for a variety of medical purposes. The majority of kidney dishes are made from stainless steel, making them durable and resistant to corrosion. Some kidney dishes are also available in plastic, which is lightweight and easy to clean.