Ensuring quality in continence care presents unique challenges to any care facility or caregiver. At Abena we’ve been producing incontinence products for nearly 40 years, so our products experts and in-house nurses have gathered years of experience on what quality of life in continence care means for those living with incontinence and for caregivers.
Whether you work in homecare or a nursing home, or you're a nurse or a manager in charge of new processes for continence care, ensuring quality of continence care is a challenge not to be taken lightly
Is odor a problem in your care facility? Bad odor can be a symptom of problems in continence care or continence procedures. Read our best tips for preventing and managing odor in your care facility.
IAD is a growing problem in care facilities, with some estimates showing 25% of nursing home residents suffering from IAD. Learn more about how and why to prevent IAD.
Special needs: Dementia and incontinence
Navigating the special care needs of patients or residents with dementia and incontinence can be difficult and requires special attention. Find tips and guidance for incontinence and dementia.
Incontinence can have various causes. Understanding the underlying cause and type of incontinence is vital to understanding the different treatments and products that are available.
ABENA's incontinence products are designed to minimize leakages and reduce the risk of skin problems while minimizing or removing unnecessary chemicals
Because of our incontinence philosophy and approach to sustainability, we do not add unnecessary chemicals, such as curly fibers, to our products. Not only because of the added chemicals, but also because it adds an extra unnecessary step to the production process.
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