Managing Life with Incontinence – In this book you will receive guidance from leading experts about how to take control of your life — even when that life includes incontinence. In addition to information about treating and living with incontinence are chapters on building resiliency, communicating with friends, family, and health professionals, and overcoming stigma.Continue reading
Life After Prostatectomy and Other Urological Surgeries – This is one of the very few books ever written geared towards men who develop urinary incontinence after prostate and other urological surgeries. It describes in detail a structured exercise program that patients can follow at home over several weeks to get completely dry. Continue reading
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LABORIE, a leading global developer and manufacturer of medical devices in the pelvic health and gastroenterology markets, is proud to celebrate over 50 years of innovation and commitment to improving the lives of patients suffering from Urologic and Gastrointestinal disorders.
LABORIE’s product line includes solutions for Urodynamics, Anorectal Manometry, Uroflowmetry, Ultrasound, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, Gastroenterology and Neurology. Continue reading
Oxytrol for Women by AbbVie is currently the only FDA-approved transdermal patch available over-the-counter to control overactive bladder in women. A previously approved generic version created by Barr Pharm Labs Div Teva was discontinued.
McAirlaid’s mission is to be Your Partner In Absorption. Over the past 20 years McAirlaid’s has redefined the airlaid market by creating the next generation of nonwovens. SuperCore® is the first nonwoven airlaid produced without glues, binders or latex. With SuperCore® technology, all our products absorb and disperse liquids quickly, giving you consistent results each time.Continue reading
Prime Life Fibers began in the 1990s when its founder, Bob Deerin, noticed that the US did not have the same kind of high-quality, reusable incontinence underwear that he had seen in Europe. He and his partner began working on creating a quality, locally manufactured garment that soon incorporated their patented 3-layer fabric design that offered total protection.Continue reading
Tranquility® superabsorbent products help you, or those in your care, manage even the most challenging incontinence care needs with high-performance protection, so you can enjoy the comfort, confidence and freedom to live well and focus on the things that matter most.
Salk Incontinence Products Keep You Comfortable and Confident
A leading innovator for over 60 years, Salk specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of reusable incontinence products for individuals suffering from incontinence and a vast collection of gowns, clothing protectors, diabetic socks, allergy relief bedding, and slippers. All Salk products are latex-free and proudly made in the U.S.A.Continue reading
Founded in 1975, Thought Technology is the world’s leading biofeedback and psychophysiological instrument manufacturer. Their instrumentation not only monitors and records a wide variety of physiological and mechanical signals, but also analyzes and feeds back information in real time, through a variety of auditory and visual means.
Thought Technology’s equipment is used as an essential part of many therapeutic treatments and clinical assessment protocols to treat stress related disorders as well as provide treatment for incontinence and muscle rehabilitation, including sEMG-triggered stimulation. On the non-medical side, it is also used in ergonomics, sports and educational applications – wherever accurate and sensitive psychophysiological monitoring and biofeedback are needed. Typical signals include surface electromyography (sEMG), electroencephalography (EEG), electrocardiology (EKG), skin conductance, temperature, blood volume pulse, respiration, inclination, pressure and bend. They have also designed specialized equipment to interface with a variety of third-party sensing devices, such as goniometers and force sensors.Continue reading