Large: 100-150cm. For moderate to heavy bladder weakness. Absorbency 2400-4700ml. Pack of 18.
NZ$ 50.00 including GST
NZ$ 43.48 excluding GST
Advance® Breathable Pads provide an excellent solution for moderate to heavy incontinence.
They are anatomically shaped for comfort and manufactured to stringent standards using high quality super absorbent polymers (SAP). The Advance® Breathable Pads are designed to keep the skin dry and maintain the skin integrity by providing fast and even absorption. The Velcro type side tapes can be re-adjusted as many times as required and placed on any part of the pad ensuring a secure fit.
Pack Quantity: 18 pieces
Adult nappy / diaper style with sticky velcro tab fitting
Additional feel dry layer for comfort
Twin core technology for fast absorption
Double leg elastic for extra comfort and leakage protection
Acquisition distribution layer for a fast and even absorption
Breathable cloth-like quality materials for comfort
Re-adjustable Velcro side tapes
Easy to read wetness indicator as a reminder for replacement
Unfold the pad and activate anti-leak guards by folding the pad along the wetness indicator line forming a U shape.
Slide the back part of the pad between the legs, front to back. The edge of absorption part should be positioned just below hip-level. Eliminate any creases by smoothing the pad.
Secure both lower tapes in position first to ensure snug fit around the legs. Then secure top tapes to create comfortable fit around the waist.
Check the fit and make sure skin is not squeezed under elastic. Readjust if necessary.
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Mobility Centre supplies and services New Zealand wide. Being located in Lower Hutt, we primarily service the lower North Island. This includes the greater Wellington region including Wellington City, Porirua, Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt, Kapiti Coast and the Wairarapa