Care and Hygiene

This section contains assistive products which provide necessary bodily care and personal care: washing, dressing, regulation of bodily excretions, wound prevention, and sexual stimulants.

These assistive products can:

  • Assist by washing, bathing, showering and body care
  • Enable use of the toilet
  • Absorb or drain off incontinence bodily excretions
  • Prevent pressure ulcers
  • Treat wounds
  • Provide and maintain artificial intestinal and urethral orifices (stoma)
  • Adapt clothing for wheelchair users, for people with reduced mobility
  • Adapt shoes for people with diabetic and orthopedic diseases
  • Facilitate putting on and removal of clothing and footwear
  • Stimulate sexual activity