Case In Japan




Caregiver’s Comment (Family) :

It was not difficult to have the patient wear the device because how to wear was similar to what you do with paper diapers. I used the product both day and night, and it was especially good when I used it after dinner until breakfast in the next morning. Without need of changing diapers during the night, which I usually do every 2 hours, I was able to get a good night's sleep. I’ve observed the patient to see if she feels uncomfortable while wearing the product, however, as I know she frowns if she is under pressure or sick, there’s been no such expressions and she looked comfortable.  

She drank enough water before she went to bed and then I woke up in the morning and saw that she urinated 23 times. Only after using this device, did I know she urinates so many times during the night. 

It is great to know that the product is covered by the long-term care insurance and I would be more than happy to introduce this product to others.