Toileting Aids


 

Nurses Notes

CareBag Commode Liner With Super Absorbent Pad:
A very sensible product that is designed specifically to reduce the unpleasant task of cleaning commode pails. It is a win-win because it is more sanitary for caregivers by lessening their risk of pathogen exposures and also more discreet for patients. It can take up to 10 minutes for caregivers to properly clean and disinfect a commode as opposed to about a minute to seal this liner and toss it.

Carex Contoured Plastic Bed Pan:
When confined to bed or a chair and getting up and down to the bathroom is difficult then having one of these handy is a good idea.

Carex Female Bedside Urinal:
This is another option for women instead of using a bedpan for urination when confined to bed or a chair and getting up and down to the bathroom is difficult. Especially if your loved one is prone to falling a night when getting up, always suggest keep a urinal at the bedside.

Carex Male Bedside Urinal:

Urinals designed for men are a simple but at times very necessary and handy device. When your loved one is confined to bed or a chair it is advisable to own at least a few urinals. Anytime your loved one is having trouble getting up and down to the bathroom it is practical to have him use a urinal. They can be used over and over again by simply cleaning with soap and water and occasionally add some white vinegar to eliminate odors. Please note that if your loved one is prone to falling a night when getting up it is mandatory to keep a urinal at the bedside. Strongly enforce him to use it and keep it empty to avoid night time spills.

Jobar Long Reach Comfort Wipe:
This basic toileting aide is a simple device that may be all that is needed to maintain a person's independence and dignity.



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