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For women who experience little leaks.
Supports evidence-based continence assessments for improved individualized care.
The TENA IdentifiTM System helps care homes access detailed and previously unknown information about their residents’ voiding habits. It is a convenient system that tracks a resident’s voiding during 72 hours, generating a report with in-depth knowledge of patterns and volumes. The detailed information helps determine the most appropriate absorbent products, recommended toileting times and adjustments of care routines – contributing to more effective, and documented, continence care and improved resident well-being.
During the assessment, highly absorbent and comfortable TENA IdentifiTM Sensor Wear replaces regular incontinence protection. A silent, reusable TENA IdentifiTM Logger attached to TENA IdentifiTM Sensor Wear records the filling of urine. The information is automatically transmitted to a secure web portal where it is converted into an easy-to-read, graphic voiding report, always maintaining resident privacy.
Comfort and dignity
Improved working environment
Delivering quality care efficiently
Evidence-based continence care plans facilitate improved resident dignity and well-being for a modern and progressive care home. Specific benefits include:
Improved quality of life for elderly people coupled with a reduction in waste and expense. In May 2017 , the municipality of Kungsbacka is aiming to have completed the implementation of the digital incontinence care technology TENA Identifi – and expectations are high. This is Ann-Helen Liljensten, Care and Services Developer at Kungsbacka municipality, and Charlotta Szemberg, medical nurse, sharing their stories of the implementation and the changes it has enabled.
1Customer results from 324 before and after monitoring reports done with TENA
IdentifiTM in Denmark. The monitoring reports were done in the period from June 2013 to December 2015 in 20 different municipalities at 65 different care homes, home care groups and institutions.