ULTRASORBS™ PREMIUM UNDERPADS

Fight MASD with superior dryness

Discover a more effective way to manage moisture

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Gloved caregiver laying an Ultrasorbs on a bed

Keep your patients comfortable, dry and protected from MASD

Moisture-associated skin damage (MASD) is painful for patients and costly for your facility. Keeping moisture away from the skin helps prevent MASD, and our Ultrasorbs line-up has multiple absorbent options to help you do it.

Each moisture-wicking Ultrasorbs is made with advanced polymers that promote skin dryness and comfort—while also reducing shear and allowing air circulation. Take a layer-by-layer look, below, to see how Ultrasorbs work for your patients.

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83% of incontinent ICU patients

experience incontinence- associated dermatitis (IAD) 1

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42% of hospitalized adults

and 41% of long-term care residents experience IAD 1

Industry-leading technology helps prevent skin breakdown

The Ultrasorbs difference

Ultrasorbs are designed to meet the needs of both patients and caregivers—with unique features and a level of dryness other products can’t match.

Bar chart demonstrating the superior dryness performance of Ultrasorbs Advanced and Ultrasorbs Advanced +

Dryness

When compared to a major competitor, Ultrasorbs Advanced is 6 times drier and Ultrasorbs Advanced+ is 11 times drier.

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Strength

Patented technology makes Ultrasorbs stronger and more durable—eliminating the need for an additional repositioning aid.

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Features

In addition to SlipResist Technology, Ultrasorbs offers the only extended-core sizes on the market—providing 20% more coverage for high absorbency and improved patient dryness.

More ways to help keep patients dry

Your patients have a wide range of moisture-management needs, and our Ultrasorbs product portfolio has a variety of options to meet them. Use the chart below to find the right product mix to help prevent moisture-associated skin damage.

Ultrasorbs Ultrasorbs Advanced Ultrasorbs Advanced + Ultrasorbs Complete
Boosting/repositioning capacity N/A 300–375 lbs. 300–375 lbs. 400 lbs.
Core type for different absorbency levels Standard (Everyday abosrbency) Standard (Everyday absorbency) Extended (20% larger core coverage) Rapid Wicking (Fastest absorbency)
Air permeability for patient comfort Yes Yes Yes Yes

Choose the right Ultrasorbs for your facility

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Ultrasorbs

Ultrasorbs Advanced — fully open and flat with a folded Ultrasorbs on top, showing the backsheet

Ultrasorbs Advanced

Ultrasorbs Advanced + — fully open and flat with a folded Ultrasorbs on top, showing the backsheet

Ultrasorbs Advanced+

Ultrasorbs Complete — fully open and flat with a folded Ultrasorbs on top, showing the backsheet

Ultrasorbs Complete

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References:

  1. Ermer-Seltun, J. Practical Prevention and Treatment of Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis – a Risk Factor for Pressure Ulcers. Ostomy Wound Management. February 18, 2011. Available at https://www.hmpgloballearningnetwork.com/site/wmp/content/practical-prevention-and-treatment-incontinence-associated-dermatitis—-risk-factor-pressure November 9, 2015.
  2. Only available on Ultrasorbs Advanced (MSC383500)