Reusable Standard Bed Pad, 4 Ply Swabs, 85 x 90 cm.
Reusable Standard Bed Pad with the top 80% cotton and 20% polyester, white color. 4 layers of materials.
High absorption capacity. 4 Ply Standard swabs, 85 × 90 cm., with wings,
Washable bed pad with the top 80% cotton and 20% polyester, white color. Vinyl Base
Standard Bed Pad; 4 layers of material.
Washable and fully reusable premium bed pad by Ugari Geriátrica
- Perfect for every night mattress use
- Keeps household furniture fabrics dry
- Machine wash & dry hundreds of times
Reusable and Washable bed pads are a wonderful aid if you are caring for a bedridden patient. A technical product that makes your life easier.
Type: “I overlock” with 2 clamps / 4 threads.
640 gr. (745 gr. With wings)
Approximately 1,500 ml.
1st Layer/Top: 80% cotton and 20% polyester, white (209 gr / m2).
2nd Layer (interior): 100% polyester, non-absorbent (68 gr. / M2).
3rd Layer (interior): Absorbent layer. 65% polyester and 35% viscose (235 gr. / M2).
4th Layer/Barrier: Waterproof film blue vinyl woven polyester (85 gr. / M2). Slip.
Alas: 25% cotton / 75% polyester fabric (105 gr. / M2), 50 x 90 cm.
Hilo: 100% high strength polyester (Polyester 60 TEX).
Pre-washed soft before using.
Do not use fabric softener. Softener reduces absorbency.
BLEACH: Maximum 1,400 ml. 1% by 45kg. load.
The use of oxygen bleaches is recommended.
Maximum washing temperature: 75º C.
Maximum drying temperature: 75º C.
Recommended product remaining in the 3-5% moisture.
After drying, the use of cold air and then recommended fold and store.
Incontinence and continence problems affect people of all ages, gender, cultures and backgrounds. Despite popular beliefs, older people are not the only ones affected.
Some incontinence facts include:
- 1 in three women who have had a baby experience loss of bladder control.
- One in five children wet the bed at some time.
- One in 100 adults never achieve bladder control at night.
- 1 in 20 adults experience bladder and bowel control problems.
- Bladder and bowel control problems are not an inevitable part of ageing. Visit your doctor to discuss treatment and management options.