Incontinence in Healthcare
Here's everything you need to know about incontinence - the involuntary loss of urine or feces.
Incontinence and Obesity
Learn more about the link between obesity and incontinence and how to treat it in everyday care.
Anyone who lives with incontinence is also at risk of developing Incontinence Associated Dermatitis.
Odor in Care Facilities
The odor of urine can be an unpleasant side effect in any home or care facility where incontinence is a factor.
When the skin is left undisturbed, it regulates itself to a healthy state and pH.
ISO11948-1 is the universal standard for measuring theoretical absorption capacity.
Holistic Continence Care
Incontinence is not just about leakages and loss of bladder and/or bowel control.
Wash Without Water
Why you should consider the alternative to washing with traditional water and soap.
Incontinence and Dementia
Incontinence and toileting challenges are common in people with dementia.
Types of Incontinence
Knowing the type of incontinence is vital to understanding treatments and products available.
Choose the Right Incontinence Product
There are many factors to consider when choosing an incontinence product.
Infection Prevention Products
Infection prevention starts with proper implementation of care procedures and products you can rely on.
Gloves and Legislation
Get a short overview of the relevant directives, regulations and standards for gloves.
Gloves and Infection Prevention
To avoid spread of health care-associated infections (HAIs), gloves are an essential tool.
Gloves and Allergy
Repeated exposure to the same substance may cause allergy. This applies to gloves as well.
Paper Towels - A Hygienic Choice
Studies show that hand dryers spread bacteria much more than traditional paper towels.
Prevent Infections with Protective Wear
With the right protective equipment, costly and unpleasant infections can be prevented.
Staying on top of waste when it comes to bodily fluids is essential to prevent infections.
FAQ on Gloves
To achieve optimal protection from gloves, make sure you know which glove to use and how to use them.
How to choose the right glove
Rhe safe, sustainable and hygienic choice is to always use the right glove for the right task.
Good hand hygiene is considered the single most important factor in preventing spread of infections.
Hand Hygiene - Myths and Facts
Test your knowledge with these eight myths and facts about hand hygiene.
Hand Hygiene Best Practice
Insufficient hand hygiene is one of the most common causes for spread of infectious diseases.
Personal Hygiene in Healthcare
A holistic approach to hygiene takes physical health and quality of life into consideration.
Incontinence and Dementia
Incontinence and other toileting challenges are common in people with dementia.
Dementia Care in Practice
When it comes to dementia, there is no single correct solution. There is one for each person.
The Three Stages of Dementia
Do you know what characterizes each of the three phases of dementia?
What is Norovirus?
Norovirus, sometimes known as the stomach flu, is an extremely contagious virus that can cause inflammation of the intestines.
Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms
The subject of antibiotic resistance has garnered growing attention within healthcare..
Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary tract infections are among the most common infections in the human body.
When preventing and treating vaginal infections, hygiene is key.
What is Influenza?
Influenza is one of the most common infectious diseases – and one of the most misunderstood.
Scabies is generally not a serious disease, but it does need to be treated promptly.