Faecal Collection System
Faecal incontinence is a distressing problem for the patient and a priority for healthcare professionals who need to balance maintaining patient dignity, risk of cross infection and prevention of skin damage.
Faecal Collection System is a closed catheter system for the management of feces incontinence for patients with little or no bowel control, and can be used for up to 29 consecutive days. It is a temporary faecal containment devices have been developed to manage bedridden, immobilized and incontinent patients as an alternative to traditional methods such as pads, diapers, fecal pouches, and rectal tubes. It can also be used for diverting feces from the burned area to diminish the risk of skin breakdown and avoid serious infection complications by protecting the patients’ wounds from feces to help prevent cross infection and preserve skin integrity.
Instructions for use