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Hospital Employees

Say Goodbye to Diaper Rash

Its Just a Better Diaper

Catheter Flap

  • Securely holds the medical device in place for optimal comfort and safety

 

  • Reduces the risk of irritation, discomfort, and complications associated with catheter use

 

  • Promotes better hygiene by preventing direct contact between the device and the skin

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How It Works

The optional-use catheter hole and flap permit safe and effective separation of a catheter tube or super pubic tube from the perineal/anus area to effectively reduce catheter-associated urinary tract infections (“CAUTIs”) and contamination of the catheter.

 

Did You Know 

Combining fecal matter and urine, can lead to various health risks if not changed promptly or with poor hygiene.

• 50% to 75% of U.S. infants, and as many as 35% of all infants have chronic diaper rash1
• 25% of incontinent adults in nursing homes and similar facilities suffer from
incontinence-associated dermatitis (adult diaper rash) 
• 15-25% of hospitalized patients receive urinary catheters during their hospital stay and

75% of urinary tract infections in hospitals are suffered by those with catheters or super-
pubic tube (Catheter Associated Urinary Tract Infection)

• “Catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) are a major source of nosocomial
infections and represent a significant burden in morbidity and costs.

Hygiene Matters:

Avoiding the Mix for Healthy Diapers!

  • Skin irritation and diaper rash: The combination of feces and urine can create an environment that is irritating to the baby's delicate skin. Prolonged exposure to moisture can lead to diaper rash, which causes redness, irritation, and discomfort for the baby.

  • Ammonia release: As mentioned earlier, the combination of urine and feces can lead to the release of ammonia. The ammonia smell can be strong and unpleasant, and it can also contribute to skin irritation.

  • Bacterial growth: Fecal matter contains various bacteria, some of which can be harmful. When mixed with urine, it provides an environment that promotes bacterial growth, potentially leading to infections or skin problems.

  • Health hazards: If the diaper is not changed promptly and hygiene is not maintained, it can lead to a higher risk of urinary tract infections (UTIs) and other health issues.

  • Unpleasant odor: The combination of feces and urine produces a strong and foul odor, which can be unpleasant for both the baby and those caring for them.

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Hygiene Matters:

Avoiding the Mix for Healthy Diapers!

W Shaped elasticized Divider for maximum comfort to contour the users bottom

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