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Geriatric Incontinence

August 10, 2018

Geriatric Incontinence

Geriatric Incontinence

There are over 13 million people in the United States the struggle with incontinence. The most common form of incontinence is geriatric incontinence.

Over 50% of elderly people living in assisted living, nursing homes or long-term care homes experience incontinence.

LIQUAGUARD®  WAS FORMED  OUT OF A SINCERE DESIRE TO PROVIDE SENIORS AND SPECIAL-NEEDS PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS BETTER, MORE EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR MANAGING CHRONIC URINARY INCONTINENCE. 

FOR MANY, CARING FOR A LOVED-ONE WITH CHRONIC URINARY INCONTINENCE CAN BE EXHAUSTING AND OVERWHELMING. OFTENTIMES, IT BECOMES A PROGRESSIVE, PRIVATE STRUGGLE THAT TAKES ITS TOLL EMOTIONALLY. LIQUAGUARD® PRODUCTS WERE DESIGNED WITH SEVERE INCONTINENCE IN MIND, BY JUST SUCH A CAREGIVER.

ALL LIQUAGUARD® COVERS PROVIDE HEAVY-DUTY, SUPERIOR PROTECTION FOR YOUR FURNISHINGS AND MATTRESSES. THEY ALSO MAKE LIFE WITH AN INCONTINENCE PROBLEM EASIER TO MANAGE, AND CAN HELP SAVE YOU MONEY IN THE PROCESS.

OUR INCONTINENCE COVERS FEATURE:

  • EASY ON AND OFF
  • HEAVY-DUTY ABSORPTION AND PROTECTION
  • STAY-PUT DESIGN
  • MACHINE WASH AND DRY

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