A question of comfort and dignity
When entering a care environment for a short or a long-term stay, reliance on others to assist with personal hygiene needs can significantly impact a person’s wellbeing. Whether it’s showering or bathing, maintaining dignity and comfort for patients and residents while working safely to reduce the risk of injury is essential.
Caring for hygiene needs across care settings
As hygiene care needs differ significantly across care settings, from patients requiring specialist burns treatment through to residents with dementia, our comprehensive range of solutions are designed to optimise delivery of hygiene care for those requiring assistance.
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Bathing and wellness
Our bathing systems make bathing accessible for all residents/patients. These comprehensive, integrated solutions, for transportation, transfer and bathing, are designed for specific resident/patient mobility levels and provide ergonomic conditions for caregivers.
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Improving safety of caregivers
Our hygiene solutions are designed to be intuitive and easy to use, ensuring you are able to perform essential daily hygiene tasks safely and efficiently while providing a comfortable and dignified experience for your patient or resident.
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Clinical and economic evidence
Important factors in hygiene care are static load and time consumption for the caregiver, as well as dignity, well-being, and safety for the patient/resident.
Clinical evidence has shown that taking a hot bath has a lot of benefits including pain relief, enhanced mobility, reduction of symptoms in skin disease, as well as improved psychological well-being.
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A study was performed to find out the greatest influence on static load and the time needed to wash the patient/resident.
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