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Ultrasorbs Complete Premium Underpads

  • Superabsorbent polymer core wicks away and absorbs fluid to help protect patient or resident skin while controlling odors
  • Soft materials provide protection against friction and sheer this helps keep patient or resident comfortable
  • Air-permeable materials for use on low air loss mattresses and specialty support surfaces
  • Non-liquid permeable backsheet protects underlying surfaces and helps keep them dry
  • 400 lb. weight capacity for boosting and repositioning patients

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Youth Briefs

Youth Briefs

  • Youth briefs offer the ultimate in protection for patients with heavy incontinence
  • Dryness layer pulls fluid away from the body to help protect skin from wetness
  • Skin-Safe closures help provide a secure, safe and adjustable fit
  • Ultra-Soft cloth-like back sheet provides a discreet, garment-like, natural feel

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How often should you change incontinence pads?

You should always change an incontinence pad when it is wet. Most brands will recommend regular changes to protect your skin. This means changing your pad around 4-6 times a day.

What is the difference between incontinence pads and menstrual pads?

The absorbent layers in incontinence pads are specifically designed for the rapid flow of urine, while menstrual pads feature an open design for thick liquids. Incontinence pads are designed to absorb and hold much more fluid than menstrual pads, which means you will have fewer leaks.

What are incontinence pads made of?

Incontinence pads are made up of a mixture of textiles and superabsorbent polymers. The superabsorbent polymers expand and turn into a gel as fluid touches them. This allows the pad to absorb fluid more quickly and efficiently.