The development of national quality performance standards for disposable absorbent products for adult incontinence.

  title={The development of national quality performance standards for disposable absorbent products for adult incontinence.},
  author={Nancy Muller and Elaine McInnis},
  journal={Ostomy/wound management},
  volume={59 9},
Disposable absorbent products are widely used in inpatient care settings and in the community to manage adult urinary and fecal incontinence, but few product standards exist to help guide their production or optimal use. Increasing costs and reduced revenues have caused a number of states to evaluate absorbent product use among persons who receive care at home with the assistance of the Medicaid Waiver Program, further increasing concerns about the lack of product performance standards. To… CONTINUE READING

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