Waterproof Fitted Sheet

R580.00R740.00 Incl. VAT

The Dignity4you waterproof fitted sheet is:

  • The perfect mattress protector
  • Made of 100% Polyester, cross woven to provide improved tear strength
  • Strengthened with a double stitched seam.
  • Breathable and waterproof up to 3m water pressure.
  • Designed to have a low noise factor
  • Completely covers and protects a single bed mattress from urine stains and smells
  • The preferred mattress protector for care facilities
  • Manufactured in South Africa.
  • Recognized for Medical Aid refund with an unique NAPPI code
  • Delivered anywhere in South Africa discreetly to your front door by our trusted courier partners

The Dignity4you waterproof fitted sheet is manufactured in South Africa from 100% Polyester

  • The Dignity4you waterproof fitted sheet is an ideal mattress protector
  • The polyester material is cross woven to provide improved tear strength and each waterproof draw sheet is further strengthened with a double stitched seam.
  • The waterproof fitted sheet is waterproof up to 3m water pressure.
  • The waterproof fitted sheet is designed to have a low noise factor
  • The Dignity4you waterproof draw sheet  covers a single bed mattress and completely protects the mattress from urine stains and smells  

If you want to place a bulk order please email us on admin@dignity4you.com for pricing and delivery details.

Using the Dignity4you waterproof fitted sheet

  • The waterproof fitted sheet needs to be placed into position by a caregiver.
  • The waterproof fitted sheet ensures zero urine staining of the mattress and is designed to protect the mattress.  The material is skin friendly.

Washing the Dignity4you waterproof fitted sheet after usage

  • The waterproof fitted sheet should preferably be hung out to airdry as this will increase the lifespan of the polyester waterproof material.
  • All waterproof garments handwash easily with normal washing powder.
  • The garment can be soaked in bleach once per week to prevent bacterial growth.

Living with Incontinence

  • It is a medical condition more widespread than people would like to admit, and at the same time one of the least likely topics to discuss.
  • If we get down to basics, our bladder is designed to store the urine that is continually produced by the kidneys until it is convenient to urinate, but when any part of the urinary system malfunctions, incontinence results.
  • According to WHO reports, a quarter of the world’s population (15 % female and 10% male) suffers from incontinence. Research shows that almost 50% of elderly people suffer from incontinence of which the largest portion are elderly woman.
  • The majority of people living with incontinence do not tell anyone about it, often not even their own doctor and especially not their friends. Family members are most likely to bring up the subject because they are directly exposed to it. It is not easy to be odour free when you have incontinence and most often the person will not realize the odour as our sense of smell will adapt to it. To top it all our sense of smell decreases with age, aggravated by chronic illnesses.
  • It is very embarrassing if someone else brings up the topic of odour and this can cause a great deal of emotional stress and embarrassment. Most people affected by loss of bladder control separate themselves for fear of humiliation and loss of dignity. Young and older adults who suffer from incontinence often find employment impossible.

Incontinence ranges from a slight loss of urine after sneezing, coughing, or laughing, to complete inability to control urination and can broadly be divided into seven different types.

  • Urge Incontinence - when you develop an urgent need to pass urine and can not get to a toilet on time. This is mainly due to damaged nerve passages along the pathway from the bladder to the brain causing an involuntary bladder contraction
  • Stress Incontinence - caused by damaged or weakened pelvic muscles unable to prevent leakage during activities such as exercise, coughing, sneezing, laughing, or any body movement which puts pressure on the bladder.
  • Mixed incontinence – this occurs as a combination of both stress and urge types of incontinence
  • Overflow Incontinence – Leakage or loss of urine when you are unaware of the need to urinate, caused by a leak in the urinary system or a leakage due to the bladder’s inability to hold the quantity of urine produced.
  • Incontinence from underlying health conditions 
  • Incontinence from surgery 
  • Incontinence from neurological disorders
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