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New TENA Identifi™ Sensor Wear Pants

– for increased dignity, comfort and individual choice during continence assessments

TENA Identifi™ Sensor Wear Pants are secure, comfortable and easy to use, developed to replace regular incontinence protection during a continence assessment. These innovative pants have integrated sensors to collect information about voids, without disturbing the resident. Their underwear-like design makes them easy to pull up and down – ideal for residents who are mobile and have the ability to go to the toilet themselves.

TENA Identifi Sensor Wear Pants

TENA Identifi Sensor Wear Pants are:

  • Equipped with fine thread-like sensors collecting information about voids
  • Highly absorbent and leakage secure
  • Underwear-like and comfortable
  • Easy to pull on like normal underwear
  • Easy to remove with tear-away side seams
  • Disposable 

Easy integration into care routines without disturbing the resident

TENA Identifi Sensor Wear Pants replaces regular incontinence protection during a 72-hour assessment. The products are changed according to a resident’s present care plan – easily integrated into routines without disturbing the resident. They collect information about urine voids through safely integrated and fine thread-like sensors. A silent, reusable TENA Identifi Logger attached to the product records the filling of urine. The information is automatically transmitted to a secure web portal via mobile internet where it is converted into an easy-to-read, graphic voiding report, always maintaining residents' privacy.


TENA Identifi supports evidence-based continence assessments for improved individualized care

A continence assessment is crucial in order to identify and understand the individual needs of each resident. TENA Identifi is a convenient system that tracks a resident’ voiding during 72 hours, generating a report with in-depth knowledge of patterns and volumes. The detailed information in the voiding report helps determine the most appropriate absorbent products, recommended toileting times and adjustments of care routines – contributing to more effective and documented care and improved resident well-being.

Continence assessments for improved individualized care