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How to Use Urinary Catheters With Diapers

Urinary catheters are often used in patients recovering from surgery or for those who can no longer control bladder function or have been diagnosed with a disease process that blocks the ureters or has damaged the urinary system. The catheter and diaper are also often needed in pediatric situations. A combination of a catheter and a brief, the more correct and dignity-saving term for adult diapers, is often seen in nursing homes or long term care facilities. Medical staff as well as home-based care givers can offer quality care for those using both catheter and brief by learning a few basic tips.

Step 1

Inspect the catheter insertion site to make sure you don’t see any signs of blood or infection. In men or women, the catheter is inserted into the urinary meatus. Once the catheter is in, a balloon is inflated to hold the catheter in place. You should be able to very gently tug on the catheter line to make sure it’s in place and won’t slip out.

Step 2

Place the catheter line against one leg, making sure there’s enough slack in the line to enable some movement. Velco straps are available from medical supply stores to help secure the catheter line against the thigh wherever it’s most comfortable for the patient. For infants, toddlers and small children, ensure that the line offers enough room for movement without allowing so much that the toddler or child can play or pull out the catheter.

Step 3

Prepare the diaper or brief, opening it up and laying it flat in preparation for use. Placement of the brief is the same for anyone, whether she’s wearing a catheter or not.

Step 4

Turn the patient so you can place the brief along her bottom, then pass the front end of the brief up in between her legs, making sure you don’t crimp, bend or otherwise catch the catheter tube in the brief in the groin area. Attach the brief using the tabs provided for securing.

Step 5

Attach the end of the catheter to a leg or drain bag. Catheters for infants may drain directly into the diaper, but others should be equipped with a bag to catch the urine. The catheter tubing should be long enough to allow placement of the bag around the lower part of the leg where it can be hidden in pants or under a lap blanket for dignity issues.

Step 6

Attach the tubing to the lower calf with another Velcro strip to prevent either catheter tubing or urine bag from dragging on or touching the floor.

Source: http://www.livestrong.com/article/281922-how-to-use-urinary-catheters-with-diapers/

Wounder what the diaper it there for? Maybe it is there to handle some bowel problem or so?


Leaking‘Mooom, please come home quiiick…’ :'(

Poor wolfie, his mom left the home for buying things before changing the wolf’s diaper, he has no choice because he still at potty trained state.

Draw by: RuugiaRuu

Please not this is not a drawing that i have made and the character is not me.

Source: https://www.furaffinity.net/view/9533484/

seams we have a leaking diaper here. So i think it is to late for you mother now little friend. I think it going to take some time to finish your potty training. So i think you going to be in diaper for a time now. I think you look very cute in your leaking wet diaper :)

Splash About Older Children and Adults Swim Nappy

Splash About Older Children and Adults Swim NappyProduct info:

Washable and reusable special needs swim shorts for kids and adults

These Splash Shorts are a special needs swim nappy for kids and adults. These Spalsh About swim nappies for older children and adults work to keep solids in, feel comfortable to wear and are as discreet as possible.

The swim nappies for special needs are made of 1mm neoprene, have plenty of give and are coated in smooth nylon with a deep nylon/elastine rib round the waist and legs.

In order to ensure maximum protection the rib around the waist and legs needs to be a good, snug fit. These kids and adults swim nappies are one layer making it ideal to use underneath a swimming costume without looking too bulky or obvious.

  • Special needs swim shorts for kids and adults.
  • Swim nappies for older children and adults work to keep solids in.
  • Comfortable to wear and are as discreet as possible.
  • Made from washable and reusable neoprene.
  • Coated in smooth nylon with a deep nylon/elastine rib round the waist and legs.
  • Ideal to use underneath a swimming costume without looking too bulky or obvious.

this sounds like something very special. That is not every day you find a product like this one. Can be good to have if you are going for a day at the pool or something.

You can find the product here: http://www.funswimshop.co.uk/splash-about-older-children-and-adults-swim-nappy-8844-p.asp

Cole and Rudolph’s Christmas Video Documentary

What sort of video should this be? i think it seams to be kind of weird and strange. what sort of  documentary can this be? Something about the diaper or about the Rudolph or Christmas? I find it weary hard to tell what this trailer can be about.

You can read more about it here: http://www.qualitydiapers.net/QualityDiapersBlogCustomersOnly.html?entry=cole-and-rudolph-s-christmas