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Practical advice

Practical advice

The best way to take care of the incontinence problem is to act step by step. Some actions, which may seem not to have much to do with the problem, can be really helpful to manage it, both for active and bedridden people. 


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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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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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Economise with Seni

Economise with Seni

By combining absorbency we understand proper product selection with regard to the current needs and using additional protection to avoid unnecessary bedclothes laundry.


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Half-open vs closed system

Half-open vs closed system

Taking into consideration a construction of the products, all-in-one diapers can be divided into two systems: half-open and closed ones.


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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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