Characteristics and consequences of poor quality aids

Long-term research into incontinence and pressure ulcers has shown that proper and well-maintained incontinence prevents further serious consequences. Infections, itching, poor fit, sores and eventually pressure ulcers are just some of characteristics and consequences of poor quality aids.

Urine or feces that are not properly disposed of irritate the skin of a person suffering from incontinence; create additional infections, itching, and pain. The aid is engraved and irritates the trachea, the cellulose turns into balls, slashes the skin, and creates wounds, the person sweats because the skin does not breathe and life with the low-quality aids becomes more painful.