Many people think urinary incontinence is an inevitable part of growing old. But that is not the case; it can be cured. You can talk to our doctors at South Texas Medical Equipment and Supplies. Founded in 2005, we had the aim of offering effective medical solutions in times of health-related emergencies. We supply to non-profit clinics, government agencies, home health companies, nursing homes, and assisted living communities. We know that as our bodies age, certain bodily functions become uncomfortable and that’s when our incontinence supplies ease out your daily life and make it more convenient for you. No one wants their loved ones to face difficulty in getting out of bed, walking comfortably, and other mobility functions. You no more have to worry about them getting dehydrated to avoid using the bathroom. Our products are a perfect blend of efficiency and comfort and function. We are very happy that we have gotten the opportunity to help the residents of Corpus Christi, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Heroica Nogales, and Laredo.
Below we have mentioned 3 vital things to consider when choosing incontinence supplies. Take a look.
- Mobility Level
Depending on the fact that the patient is active or has limited mobility, you should buy the incontinence product. If the patient is active, then something well-fitted, flexible, and absorbent whereas, if the patient is with limited mobility, something which can be easily removed is preferred.
Maximum incontinence products provide measurements which makes it easier for the users to get the right size for perfect fit and comfort. For the convenience of the patient, sizing and placement are very critical.
The level of absorption and coverage of the incontinence product will depend on how you use it. For occasional purposes, just a guard or a pad would be sufficient but for heavy or moderate purposes protective underwear or a fitted brief will do.
So, if you need any help in selecting an incontinence product, you can talk to our consultants on 956-712-4354.