As a patient's health continues to decline, the need for proper incontinence care becomes even more important. Incontinence-associated health issues such as skin irritations, pressure ulcers, and Urinary Tract Infections can be uncomfortable and painful near end-of-life, which makes using high quality products more essential than ever.
In hospice care, it makes an impact to see a reduction in incontinence related health issues and an increase in patient and caregiver satisfaction. Ensuring quality of life and quality of care is key as a patient's decline continues. With the use of Prevail products, and our education Hospice Program and clinical support, you will be able to provide better care for your patients and allow you to operate more efficiently.
As The Protective Hygiene Authority, it is the mission of Prevail® to provide individuals and caregivers the best there is to offer in protection, comfort, odor control, and skin health.
We are passionate about improving the quality of life of the individuals who use our products, and we have the numbers to prove it. According to a recent study on individuals and caregivers in the home healthcare setting, new Prevail users experienced less leaks, drier skin, less excessive urine odor, and felt more discreet while wearing their products – during both day time and night time use, compared to their previous product*. This leads individuals and caregivers to strongly prefer Prevail® over their previous product*.
Since Prevail has been leading innovations in the incontinence space for almost 30 years, we're proud that skin health is always top of mind when designing our products for the best performance possible. New Prevail users saw a 57% reduction in skin irritations and rashes, a 14% reduction in pressure ulcers, and a 18% reduction in irritation caused by wetness*.
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*according to a survey conducted in q4 2017 among 128 caregivers and patients using absorbent adult incontinence products in the home