QuickChange Male Incontinence Wrap

Clinical Studies

Mayo Clinic Study - QuickChanges Are 100% Clinically Successful In Preventing Pressure Injuries

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A review of the Mayo Clinic Phoenix's Hospital Acquired Pressure Injury (HAPI) data from January to early May 2018 demonstrated 3 mucosal pressure injury (MPRI) related to (r/t) the use of indwelling urinary catheter (IUC) and 9 HAPI r/t urinary incontinence associated dermatitis (IAD)

30 male incontinent patients who needed urinary containment were observed. 21 patients were put on QuickChanges, 4 had adult BWAP, and 3 had external containment devices, 2 with IUC. Zero (0%) of the 21 patients with penile disposable absorbent wrap developed any HAPI or urinary IAD. 7 of the patients who did not utilize the penile disposable absorbent developed HAPI from incontinence while the 2 patients who utilized IUC developed MPRI.

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Interested In Leading A Study On QuickChanges?

QuickChange / UI Medical is looking for partners

Let's be honest - it's hard to find worthwhile study subjects and get published.

Thankfully, as a new product category, there is very little by the way of clinical studies on incontinence wraps and this means that there is a huge potential for some basic, low level studies to be easily performed and published.  Whether a study tied to a specific setting (facility/unit) or to a specific condition, there is a huge opportunity for find a worthwhile study.  We have outlined some ideas below.

 Should you be interested in pursuing a study, we can support you with complimentary product. Please call!

 

 Topic Setting
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Staff satisfaction
  • IAD
  • MASD
  • Pressure injuries
  • Time saved in using wraps
  • Labor efforts reduced
  • Reduction in back injuries
  • Comparison between wraps and catheters
  • Comparison between wraps and briefs
  • Acute care
  • Post acute care
  • Long term care
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Home care
  • Hospice
  • Developmentally disabled 

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