Infection Prevention and Managing Incontinence

7 million healthcare-acquired infections happen each year 55% to 75% of healthcare-acquired infections are prevenable

Infection prevention (IP) is more critical than ever with the upcoming cold and flu season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Incontinence care is an important aspect of minimizing the spread of communicable diseases like the seasonal flu and COVID-19.

3 Ways Tranquility Helps Prevent Infection

1. Extended wear times and protection from leakage

minimizes preventable close contact between patients and caregivers to reduce the spread of illness.

2. Superior moisture wicking reduces incontinence related medical issues

(such as skin breakdown and UTIs), helping to keep patients out of hospitals and lessen their risk of increased exposure.

3. Maximum absorbency products keep patients comfortable and dry

leading to a better night’s sleep which helps to boost the immune system and overall health.

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Infection Prevention

Resources for Infection Prevention

Infection Prevention & Incontinence Care

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recognizes the practice of infection control as preventing or stopping the spread of infections in healthcare settings.


Infection Prevention Blog

Infection Prevention and Managing Incontinence

Here’s how patients and caregivers can keep safe during this unprecedented time.


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A message from the Tranquility Clinical Service Manager

Learn how Tranquility can help manage incontinence and prevent additional COVID-19 exposure.

Managing Incontinence

Products for Protection

Maximum absorbency products keep patients comfortable and dry,leading to a better night’s sleep which helps to boost the immune system and overall health.

Smartcore

Exposure Time Reduction Project

Outcome comparison of Tranquility Incontinence Briefs against current brand of incontinence briefs used by the facility during a 2-week period.

Product Trial

Skin Health Improvement Project

17 VA facility staff were surveyed on the performance of Tranquility Incontinence Briefs in comparison to the current brand of incontinence briefs used by the facility.

Product Trial