Washable Chair pad, 5 Layers, Size 45 x 50 cm.
Washable Chair Pad; Indispensable for people with incontinence, to protect a chair, armchair or wheelchair from incontinence and stains.
Soaker 5-layer chair protector. PVC. Measure: 45 × 50 cm.
Product designed to protect the wheelchair or armchair from fluids and blemishes.
Very absorbent and easy to place
Indispensable for people with incontinence
Washable, 5-layer, highly absorbent, easy-to-fit chair washer for incontinence, to protect a chair, armchair or wheelchair from incontinence and blemishes. With loops to hold to the chair and prevent it from moving.
People who have problems controlling their urine or stools (called incontinence) are at risk of skin problems around the buttocks, hips, genitals, and the area between the pelvis and rectum (perineum).
These areas make problems such as redness, flaking, irritation and candidiasis likely.
Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control. This means that you can not always control your urine.
Urinary incontinence can range from losing a small amount of urine (like coughing or laughing) to having a very strong urge to urinate that is difficult to control.
This can be embarrassing; Talk to your doctor about it.
You may receive treatment.
The head of the Functional Urology Unit of CHUO MIGUEL VILLAR, encourages consultation and not resigned thinking “that is normal”
The 10 differences between urinary incontinence in men and women
March 14 marks the International Urinary Incontinence Day (IU), a health problem that affects up to 50 million people in Europe and about 6.5 million Spaniards.
Although the figures are high and have a great impact on the quality of life, UI continues to be a taboo and there is a great lack of knowledge, being one of the ailments less consulted with the health professional.