The products offered through Disposables Delivered have been carefully selected based upon their clinical performance.
Disposables Delivered trusts in the superior product quality and technology of manufacturers that have has differentiated themselves from popularly advertised manufacturers through product innovation, focus upon wearer comfort, caregiver ease and product performance.
Proper fit of a brief ensures the best performance. If you are using the Product Genie, you may notice a recommendation for more than one size of brief in a performance level.
If you are not certain which product will fit best, confer with a knowlegeable Disposables Delivered Product Advisor by phone or by email. Free samples may be provided to determine the best product features and fit for your needs.
It is very important to determine the proper size of Briefs and Protective Underwear. Use a measuring tape to measure around the waist and the hips. Whichever measurement is larger is the product size measurement that you should choose.
Measurements for each size and style of worn products are noted with the product information.
The use of commonly available bladder control pads inside a protective underwear or tabbed brief will actually prevent absorption within the brief or protective underwear. This will cause leakage in the groin area.
It is important to note that Bladder Control Pads are designed to be worn inside of regular underwear and contain a plastic backing. They are not to be used with another absorbent product.
There are specially designed flow-through Booster Pads which may enhance the absorbency of a product.
Keep in mind that in order for an incontinence product to absorb, the absorbent surface of the product must be in contact with fluid.
Never use two briefs or protective underwear at the same time. Double product use is not effective and will cause bulkiness, irritation, discomfort and leakage.
Explore a more absorbent version of a product style that is meets the need for greater absorbency. Call us, we can help!
Gently cleansing the skin of one who is incontinent will provide comfort, reduce the chance of skin irritation and minimize odors. Always cleanse the skin after urinary or fecal incontinence.
For personal protection, always wear gloves when providing incontinence care.
If the individual has been incontinent of bowel, gently remove any excess fecea from the skin using toilet tissue or the unsoiled areas of the used product.
Use a pre-moistened Incontinence Wipe to wipe from clean to soiled. Avoid wiping toward the urinary or vaginal opening.
Note: Using soap and water may be harsh and drying to the skin and is to be avoided.
A number of Skin Cleansing Accessory Products are available. Always choose skin care items which balance the skin pH and provide skin friendly emollients. Always cleanse the skin after urinary or fecal incontinence.
Few wipes are engineered to be flushable. Always consider wipes to be non-flushable unless the labelling specifies that the wipe is "flushable".
Consider your plumbing before flushing. Never flush multiple cloths.
Alert PRODUCT AVAILABILITY UPDATE: Demand is outpacing supply for some personal protective equipment due to the coronavirus outbreak. This increased demand has caused shortages for some products. Please contact us at 866-613-3251 with any specific inquiries. Dismiss