This care issue includes products that enable residents to remain continent of urine by strengthening pelvic floor muscles, assisting with bladder retraining and voiding schedules, and preventing the leakage of urine. Products that alert caregivers to an incontinent episode via visual and audible alerts are also represented.
Biofeedback Devices (9 products)
Biofeedback is a procedure used to help individuals with stress, urge, and fecal incontinence gain awareness of and strengthen pelvic-floor muscles.
Bladder Scanners (2 products)
Bladder scanners are non-invasive ultrasound devices used to obtain a precise reading of bladder volume.
Catheter Related Products (2 products)
Urinary drainage collection and related products for urinary catheter use.
Electrotherapy (2 products)
Electronic Muscle Stimulators (EMS) are used for both medical treatment and cosmetic purposes (conditioning and toning).
Enuresis Alarms (8 products)
Enuresis alarms are electronic devices that provide an alert when a resident is incontinent either by notifing caregivers of an event, while others are meant to alert and wake residents themselves when the first sign of moisture is detected.
Pessaries (7 products)
A pessary is a flexible device that is used in the non-surgical management of pelvic support problems such as uterine and vaginal prolapse as well as stress urinary incontinence.
Urethral Occlusion Devices (3 products)
Urethral occlusion devices include products that block the flow of urine by either squeezing the urethra shut (men) or creating a barrier at the bladder neck (women).
Voiding Reminders (8 products)
Voiding reminders may be used to augment incontinence training techniques such as bladder retraining or habit training by reminding residents to void in intervals or at predetermined time schedules.
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