Managing Incontinence During COVID-19

On behalf of everyone at Tranquility, our hearts go out to all those impacted by COVID-19. This is a stressful time, especially for caregivers who are serving our most-vulnerable population. Ensuring incontinent patients are in the right product is pivotal in managing caregiver workloads, as well as improving patient outcomes.

31% of COVID-19 Cases are adults age 65+ 45% of people age 65+ exeperience incontinence

Benefits of Premium Incontinence Products

Extended wear times and protection from leakage minimizes preventable close contact between patients and caregivers to reduce the spread of illness.

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.

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.

Resources for managing Incontinence during COVID-19

Managing Incontinence During COVID-19

Here’s how patients and caregivers can keep safe during this unprecedented time using high-absorbency incontinence products.


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Our Clinical Portal provides the information you need to better serve your patients using Tranquility products. View our 4 C’s of care and more.


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Changing Incontinent Patients During COVID-19

The CDC has repeatedly emphasized the importance of practicing social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, but for caretakers of incontinent individuals, social distancing is not always an option.

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Dementia Care During COVID-19


Dr Dylan Wint, Director of Clinical Operations at Cleveland Clinic, has explained that people with dementia are vulnerable to more severe complications due to COVID-19.


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Best Practices for Care Providers to Ensure Minimal Contact During COVID-19


Currently we are living in a time of great uncertainty, and it can be even more frightening if you are a care provider for someone else.


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