PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SCA, a leading global hygiene company and the maker of TENA® incontinence
"As the first of its kind in the U.S., the TENA Bathing Glove brings SCA's professional care product line to a new level," said Michael Feenan, Vice President for SCA's Incontinence Care business in North America. "At SCA, our approach to innovation in continence care is focused on understanding the customer and providing quality resident care and improved solutions for caregivers and healthcare professionals. We created the TENA Bathing Glove to be an alternative to traditional bedside basin baths or wipes, which present infection risks due to cross-contamination, are time consuming and labor intensive, and can be irritating to the skin."
The TENA Bathing Glove was first launched in Europe and was recently tested in two facilities in Canada and the U.S., among long-term and acute care nursing staff. Both residents and caregivers noted the high quality of the product and commented that it was a calming and indulgent bathing experience, offering a caring approach to resident hygiene.
"The TENA Bathing Glove is gentle on fragile and elderly skin, minimizes the risk of cross-contamination, and is more convenient for caregivers in professional facilities or at home," said Mary Matz, President of Patient Care Ergonomic Solutions, LLC, an internationally recognized expert in Healthcare Ergonomics. Mary has worked closely on a variety of projects with the research team who tested the TENA Bathing Glove in Europe. "For caregivers, the glove also offers unique ergonomic advantages by simplifying supplemental baths and decreasing discomfort as they perform this physically demanding, stressful care task," she said.
The TENA Bathing Glove offers several key advantages over traditional basin baths or disposable wipes, including:
Through its TENA brand, SCA offers a complete range of skincare products for personal hygiene and continence care that include cleansing, washing and protective cream products. The products are designed to work together to help transform skincare for vulnerable elderly residents and contribute to their overall health and well-being. For more information, visit www.tenaprofessionals.us or call 1.866.722.6659.
For additional information, please contact:Jenny McGinleyMarketing Director, USSCA Personal Care North [email protected]
About SCASCA is a leading global hygiene and forest products company. The Group develops and produces sustainable personal care, tissue and forest products. Sales are conducted in about 100 countries under many strong brands, including the leading global brands TENA and Tork, and regional brands, such as Libero, Libresse, Lotus, Nosotras, Saba, Tempo, Vinda and Zewa. As Europe's largest private forest owner, SCA places considerable emphasis on sustainable forest management. The Group has about 44,000 employees. Sales in 2015 amounted to approximately SEK 115bn (EUR 12.3bn). SCA was founded in 1929, has its headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. For more information, visit www.sca.com
About TENA®The TENA® brand is the worldwide leader in the management of incontinence, with products and services for individual consumers as well as healthcare facilities throughout 105 countries. Under the TENA brand, SCA provides a full range of absorbent products tailored to the distinct needs of men and women, including pantiliners, daytime and overnight pads, male guards, protective underwear, briefs, skin care products, and underpads. With the TENA brand, SCA is at the forefront of developing products that minimize the impact of incontinence and improve the dignity and everyday lives of people living with light, moderate or heavy incontinence. For more information, please visit: www.tena.us.
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SOURCE SCA Incontinence Care North America
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