Wedge potty, fantasticly shaped wedge potty is used daily by institutions and health centers because of its high strength.
Also obviously it is reccommended for bedridden people…
Potty wedge for the bedroom
The urinal is made of polypropylene and features a handle for a very easy grip.
Suitable for people who can not get out of bed or a chair to go to the bathroom and need the help of this tecnical aid product.
Very useful in this instances!.
It is a practical solution for bedridden patients, people with urinary incontinence, chronic cystitis or when there is need to urinate and there are no toilest available.
Product manufactured in rigid, hygienic and comfortable by its anatomical design plastic.
It is called urinary incontinence involuntary loss of urine. It can be so discreet that the affected person tolerates without consulting your doctor even or intense enough to require the use of pads or swabs.
Quite common in elderly problem, urinary incontinence is a serious problem today and more so in the furture!
Urinary incontinence is a much more common problem than most people realize.
Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine; in simple terms, it means a person urinates when they do not want to. Control over the urinary sphincter is either lost or weakened.
Urinary incontinence is a condition that tends to hide socially and patients to resign. It also represents a significant loss of quality of life and affects a large number of people.
Urinary incontinence is more common among women than men. An estimated 30 percent of females aged 30-60 are thought to suffer from it, compared to 1.5-5 percent of men.
A high percentage of young women suffering from this disease but urinary incontinence affects more elderly patients, with a rate exceeding 20% in elderly people living at home and close to 35% in people hospitalized for acute illness.
There are a number of general measures applicable to the vast majority of elderly patients suffering from urinary incontinence:
- Ensuring an enabling environment for people with incontince problems: be easy access to bathrooms with well lit entrances.
- For patients with mobility problems: commode chairs beside the bed, health bottles, wedges etc. are a real help.
- Behavioral therapies: the aim is to encourage behavior change to restore a normal pattern of urination.
- Pharmacological therapy.
Chronic cystitis is a recurrent bladder infection. Women get it more often than men.
The main symptoms are recurring pain when peeing and a constant urge to go to the bathroom. Acute cystitis is usually caused by bacterial infection, but they can also be caused by an underlying disease (e.g. diabetes) .
Chronic cystitis is more common in women over 30 and even more so in women in their 50s.
The problem is that very often, there is no obvious cause for the chronic infection, which makes it difficult to treat.
However, the first line treatment for cystitis is the same, regardless of whether it is acute of chronic.