Provides caregivers with real-time incontinence detection.

47% of hospital patients are incontinent—and of those, 45% of those have incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD) during their stay.1 Incontinent patients are also more than three times as likely to develop a relevant pressure injury than continent patients2, with skin able to be compromised as little as 15 minutes after exposure to moisture.3 Incontinence can also negatively impact a patient’s mental health and quality of life. Improving the patient experience and reducing skin breakdown/pressure injuries can have measurable impacts on patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes and hospital economics.

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