DERMACARE REUSABLE UNDERPADS BY ANGELICA

Better Patient Care, Better Pressure Ulcer Management


Dermacare is the right reusable solution for your patients, your staff, and your facility
· Improves patient care by providing patient with a softer, more comfortable, and more absorbent pad
· May reduce incidence of pressure ulcers developing in patients
· Lower PU incidence rates could therefore reduce hospital’s treatment cost
· Better quality pad improves image of hospital, thus improving staff morale and patient satisfaction
· Cost savings allows hospital to reallocate resources to other high-priority areas
· Environmentally friendly relative to disposable alternatives, allowing hospital to be a steward of the environment

STAY-DRY TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES HIGH ABSORPTION AND PATIENT COMFORT
· Provides patient with dry environment quickly
· Soft, brushed, Chamonix surface enhances patient comfort
· Absorbs up to four average voids (1,500 ml)
· Absorbs after initial soil
· Wicks moisture away from skin
· Only absorbs waste, not skin’s natural oils
· Stain-resistant surface



DERMACARE IS ENGINEERED TO ADDRESS THE CAUSES OF PRESSURE ULCERS
· Distributes pressure better than other reusables
· Allows air to circulate – keeping the patient dryer, quicker than other reusables
· Stays securely in place,reducing risk of shearing and bunching
· Reduces pilling
· Larger size than disposables helps reduce need for double padding
· Highly absorbent, impermeable barrier
· Thin surface reduces risk of pressure
· Less bulk allows pad to lay flat and removes pressure points

DERMACARE WORKS IN CONCERT WITH THE EFFORTS OF A PRESSURE REDISTRIBUTION MATTRESS
· Peak and average pressure equivalent to high-end disposable underpad
· Thin profile bonded construction does not adversely impact mattress’ performance

DERMACARE WILL REDUCE ITS FINANCIAL IMPACT ON YOUR FACILITY
· Increased absorbency, washability, and durability reduces capital and storage cost
· Cost savings attributed to fewer pads used per bed, fewer frequency of bed changes due to smaller surface area, and disposal

 






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