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Pyjamas – Long Sleeves and Legs – Zippered Back | UgATV-1081

24.41 28.02  (I.V.A. incl.)

It has sleeves and long to use as pajamas and zipper is placed on the back for placement faciliar legs.



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Pyjamas, Long Sleeves and Legs, Zippered Back

Pyjamas, Long Sleeves and Legs, Zippered Back. Indicated especially for patients with dementia.

Has long sleeves to use as pyjamas and a zipper is located in the back for placement of the person´s legs.

Indicated especially for patients with dementia.

The pijamas for incontinencia are intended to protect the skin of patients who injure themselves by scratching.

Features of the Pijamas:

50% cotton, 50% polyester

4 Sizes: S, M, L, XL


  • Maximum washing temperature 60 ° C.
  • Supports ironing average temperature, maximum 150 ° C.
  • Can be tumble dried.
  • Do not bleach.


  • UgATV-1081-S length back zip size S
  • UgATV-1081-M length back zipper size M
  • UgATV-1081-L Long back zipper size L
  • UgATV-1081-XL length back zipper size XL


Often, people with dementia are reluctant to wear protective underwear.

Además there are some tricks that might help; for example, the incorporation of underwear as a natural part of getting dressed in the morning.

Place towels in lingerie before giving it to your loved one when dressing or getting up from the toilet.

If your loved one expresses strength, you could say, “This will help me take better care because they do not have to worry” or “This will help because they do not have to run to the bathroom with the risk of falling.”

The swabs as professional centers, special pajamas for people with Alzheimer’s disease or protective sheets are also other examples of the wide range of items with which to complete the equipment of the bedroom.


Pijama Demencia y Incontinencia


Enfermedad de Alzheimer


World Alzheimer Report 2015
The Global Impact of Dementia

An analysis of prevalence, incidence, cost and trends

Today, over 46 million people live with dementia worldwide, more than the population of Spain. This number is estimated to increase to 131.5 million by 2050.

Dementia also has a huge economic impact. Today, the total estimated worldwide cost of dementia is US $818 billion, and it will become a trillion dollar disease by 2018.

This means that if dementia care were a country, it would be the world’s 18th largest economy, more than the market values of companies such as Apple (US$ 742 billion), Google (US$ 368 billion) and Exxon (US$ 357 billion).

Additional information

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 30 × 15 × 10 cm

L, M, S, XL


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