Prevent wounds, fungus, and skin damage

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Prevent wounds, fungus, and skin damage 

When an incontinence pad is not changed in time it can cause complications. It can be complicated to make a wound or macerated skin to heal afterwards. By changing incontinence pads at the right time, we can reduce the risk of macerated skin and wounds. If the damage has already occurred, the healing process can be shortened, because the skin is not moist for an extended period of time as it can be in an unchanged incontinence pad.

Fungus also thrives in a wet diaper, and therefore it is important that the diaper is changed when it is wet. By changing the diaper in time, fungus in the diaper region can be eliminated and the citizen is spared pressure on the skin. These pressures can, in the worst case, cause pressure ulcers that often require intensive wound care.

By using Wear&Care’s sensor technology for diapers, you will find that the skin heals faster and that wounds, fungus, and damaged skin are reduced. Wound and fungal prevention have a positive impact on the incontinent’s quality of life. At the same time, work time resources are freed up because time-consuming wound care is avoided.

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