Healthcare Professionals and Incontinence after Surgery
In the ever-changing field of healthcare, staying up to date on emerging technologies to manage male Urinary Incontinence (UI) and incontinence after surgery can be challenging. Whether you are a physician, nurse or medical assistant you will find Men’s Liberty to be beneficial to the overall health and lifestyle of your patients, and provides an enormous overall savings in medical costs. Men’s Liberty has been proven safe and effective through more than three million applications worldwide without a single attributable adverse event. Reports of co-morbidities such as Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), skin maceration, and pressure ulcers, commonly associated with diapers and condom catheters, can be greatly reduced with the use of Men’s Liberty.
These remarkable results are attributable to Men’s Liberty’s proprietary hydrocolloid formulation. Men’s Liberty is appropriate for all males, regardless of anatomy size, circumcised or uncircumcised or penile retraction. Men’s Liberty’s seven-petal faceplate design allows for a one-size-fits-all application, and its closed system reduces the risk of infection. In addition, Men’s Liberty’s insurance coverage eliminates or greatly reduces the out-of-pocket expense of diapers or condom catheters.
“My patient has been using [Men’s Liberty] and is very pleased with the performance of this product. He is able to apply one [Men’s Liberty] and have it remain in place for 24 hours. He has not had any popping off or leaking with this product. More importantly, he is cleared of the pin-point sore the traditional condom catheters were causing on his penis.”
– J. Rohde, M.D.
More Information for Physicians
- Testimonials from Doctors who use Men’s Liberty with their patients.
- Using Men’s Liberty in a Clinical Setting: A ReliaFit Case Study
- Download Our Health Care Professional Booklet.
- Request a In-service or CEU
- Request a Physician Info Kit
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