Knowledge base

Look after yourself

Look after yourself

When your loved one – your child, your parent or other relative – becomes ill, there is a lot of change involved in the lives of all people engaged in looking after that person.


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Comfort of care

Comfort of care

Looking after an ill person, especially a bedridden one, you need to involve a lot of energy into it. 


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Shades of old age

Shades of old age

This is the final stage of life – it is an inevitable part of life which is going to be experienced by everyone, whose life wasn’t tragically interrupted in their youth. 


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Practical advice for carers

Practical advice for carers

If possible, the person under your care should have a separate room with easy toilet access, or a commode in the room.


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Bedsores preventive treatment

Bedsores preventive treatment

Skin redness, which doesn’t disappear after relieving pressure, blisters developing in the area under pressure, damaged epidermis – these symptoms should alert the carer. 


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Advices for guardians

Advices for guardians

The older the child, the more embarrassing it is for him that his physiological functions don’t work the way they are supposed to.


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Choose product

A well-chosen product means both the patient's comfort and less risk of serious pressure sores, as well as less work for the caregiver. Choose a product with our help.

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Choosing the right product is very important. That is why, we created a simple tool called "Diagnostics".

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