For the men who have experienced a spinal cord injury, managing urinary incontinence can be an incredibly difficult and challenging task. Not only can it cause physical discomfort (it hurts), but it can also have...
QuickChange Wraps are a solution to avoiding CAUTI, plus they are less invasive and easier and faster to apply. In contrast to catheters, they cost a fraction of what catheters do, and any staff (or caregiver) can put on the wrap.
In this blog post, we examine the causes of CAUTI, what can help prevent an infection from occurring, and how QuickChange can be a great alternative over catheters for men.
People who have Alzheimer's disease commonly face some form of incontinence as the disease progresses, particularly in the middle and late stages. Alzheimer's disease is a progressive neurological disorder that is irreversible. The disease, over...
Incontinence Video Tutorial - How to Change an Indwelling or Retracted Penis in three Steps (in less than :60 seconds)Posted by Lauren Harris on
This page contains the transcript and video covering the topic "How To Apply the QuickChange Male Incontinence Wrap To a Man With a Retracted or Indwelling Penis". This application is ideal if you are currently using a catheter or if the Standard Application isn't working due to the penis being retracted.
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