Reusable Bed Pads with Wings
Reusable Bed Pads with Wings, Measures: 135 cm. X 90 cm. Or 90 cm. X 85 cm.
5 Layers, Line of Super Absorbent Soakers.
The wings tuck under the mattress and prevent the pad from slipping or moving.
DRY Washable Soakers with Wings
Line of super absorbent soaks, indicated to protect the mattress.
And to avoid that patients with incontinence can stain it.
DRY washable pads, super absorbent support products, designed to protect the mattress and prevent incontinence patients from smudging it.
- Reusable and washable.
- Anti-Mites and Anti-Bacteria.
- 5 layers.
- With wings, to be more collected under the mattress.
Pre-wash soft before use.
Do not use fabric softener, as this reduces the absorption capacity.
Do not use bleach, the use of oxygen bleaches is recommended.
Maximum washing temperature:
75 ° C. The maximum drying temperature: 75ºC. It is recommended that the product be 3-5% moisture.
After drying, the use of cold air is recommended and then folded and stored.
A fairly common problem in older people, urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine.
The protectors are flat and absorbent pads that are used to protect bedding and chairs.
These protectors, sometimes are made of absorbent material with a waterproof reinforcement and can be disposable or reusable.
Protects the skin from damage
Reusable bed pads:
Absorbent products are available in a variety of designs, sizes and absorptions to suit all types of incontinence, from mild to severe.
If you are uncertain about the level of absorption needed by a particular person.
It is recommended to first test the smallest products for mild incontinence, and increase the size and absorption as needed.
The use of products with an insufficient or excessive level of absorption can increase the risk of skin irritations.
Looking for overnight protection?
Incontinence bed pads, keep your bed dry.
Reusable bed pads are much more cost effective than disposable bed pads.
Bed pads for incontinence are durable, dependable, and can be washed in the morning in case of an accident.
Dealing with incontinence can be challenging, and this is why Ortohispania makes every effort to ensure our products remain affordable, comfortable, and healthy for use.
Alcohol isn’t the only thing you should watch out for if you struggle with bladder leakage.
The following foods and drinks can also irritate the bladder:
- Caffeinated beverages like coffee and tea
- Chocolate (it contains caffeine too!)
- Carbonated drinks
- Spicy foods
- Citrus foods
- Acidic foods, such as tomatoes
- Cranberry juice
- Sugar – including artificial sweeteners
- Certain medications