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Urinary - products related to or denoting the issues with the system of organs, structures and ducts by which urine is produced and discharged, comprising of the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra. Not all urinary issues are equally severe. Some, such as incontinence and urinary tract infections (UTI’s) are more common than you may think. And there are many possibilities for treatment and management of these conditions. In some of the most common forms of urinary complications (peeing problems), intermittent catheterization can be part of the treatment solution. All information intended for your information only - if you believe you might have some of the symptoms, be sure to contact a healthcare professional as soon as possible.

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Aloe Vesta Perineal/Skin Cleanser by Convatec® Providence Spillproof URSEC Urinal Sage M-Care Meatal Cleansing Cloths
Aloe Vesta Perineal/Skin Cleanser by Convatec®
Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
HPMS Price $6.99

Providence Spillproof URSEC Urinal
Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
HPMS Price $45.99

Convenient Incontinence Liquid Spray Cleanser - No Touch - No Rinse - No Mess! Fresh lemon scented skin cleanser deodorizes and cleanses skin. Sold separately in 4 or 8 oz. bottles individually or in a variety of money saving quantity options.
Prevent Discomfort & Frequent Bed Changing With Spill-Proof Urinal! Simple to use, easy to clean and reusable urinal will not spill contents, even if rolled over! Clear, see-through material allows for easy contents monitoring. Available in male or female model options.
As a rinse free alternative to basins part and part of patient cleansing protocol for Foley catheterized patients. M-Care cleansing cloths improves hygiene and adherence to infection control.
Sage Comfort Shield® Incontinence Barrier Cream Cloths
Cloths deliver an all-in-one skin cleansing, moisturizing, deodorizing, treatment, and barrier protection. Clean and protect your patient’s skin after an incontinent episode to prevent skin breakdown.