Incontinence: It's okay to be discreet
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Powerpoint Presentation aimed to help folks dealing with Incontinence issues.Whether you are a family member, clinican or spouse of somebody that needs help with incontinence - Privacy and Security ...

Powerpoint Presentation aimed to help folks dealing with Incontinence issues.Whether you are a family member, clinican or spouse of somebody that needs help with incontinence - Privacy and Security are key.

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  • 1. IncontinenceIt‘s okay to be discreet
  • 2. The involuntary loss of urine/feces that is sufficient to cause adverse social or hygienic consequences.What exactly is incontinence?
  • 3.  Direct and Indirect medical costs related to Urinary Incontinence are estimated at more than $32 billion annually in the United States 50%-60% of nursing facility residents suffer from Urinary Incontinence Genuine stress incontinence is the most common type of urinary incontinence, affecting an estimated 25 million people in the United States, according to the National Association for Continence (NAFC) As many as 75 to 80 percent of people who have urinary incontinence are women, according to the NAFC. Research indicates that one in four women over the age of 18 experience at least occasional episodes of urine leakage. The risk of developing urinary incontinence increases with age
  • 4. Many different contributors: Age Childbirth Diabetes, neurological diseases and nerve injury Pelvic surgery or prostate surgery Enlarged prostate in men Pelvic organ prolapsed in women Lifestyle factorsCauses of Urinary Incontinence
  • 5. Six major types of incontinence: Stress Mixed TotalUrge Overflow Functional Urge, stress and mixed are the most common, together accounting for more than 80% of all incontinenceTypes of Incontinence
  • 6. Sleep Solutions Home Medical offers various high-quality incontinence products. Whether your looking for basic or stylish incontinence we can always meet your needs.Help is here!
  • 7. Here at Sleep Solutions, our goal is to make ordering quick, discreet, easy and worry- free!•Order online at www.solutionshomemedical.com•Stop in and check out what we have to offer•Call us 586.755.7798•Order in bulk•Automatic reorder•Sample or test productsOrdering Information
  • 8. Questions?