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McKesson Underpads Ultra are a Disposable Underpad for Incontinence Care that works great for bed or chair protection. These Ultra Underpads by McKesson have the most absorbency to prevent leaks, reduce odor and help maintain a dry environment for the user. These Mckesson Ultra Underpads are ideal for incontinence patients who are unable to use body worn products due to sensitive skin, skin irritation and infection. Ultra Underpads are also typically used to cover mattresses and other surfaces which might experience leakage. The highly absorbent polymer and fluff interior provides a high level of absorption and retention. Non-woven edges are gentle on skin and deliver great protection for general procedures and wound care.
McKesson Ultra Underpads are available in three different sizes to fit your needs. The underpads are completely disposable and feature a smooth side to help in patient re-positioning and transfer.
Underpads Features & Benefits
- Leakage protection and odor control.
- Latex Free.
- Heavy absorbency Underpads.
- Fluff pad, non-woven top sheet.
- Polyethylene backsheet.
- Formerly named StayDry Ultra Underpads.
- Product Numbers: UPHV3030, UPHV3036, UPHV3636.
- Sizes: 30 x 30 Inch, 30 x 36 Inch or 36 x 36 Inch.
- Backsheet Color: Peach.
- Topsheet color: White.
- Application: Mattress or Chair Incontinence Protection.
- Manufacturer: McKesson.
- HCPCS Code: T4541.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer McKesson Absorption Heavy Backsheet Material Plastic, Waterproof Odor Control Light
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- Community Q&A
Product Questionsis the fluff layer quilitedQuestion by: jackie thompson on Oct 24, 2019 8:52:00 AMThe top or ‘fluff’ layer is not quilted.Answer by: Jason Glover (Admin) on Oct 24, 2019 3:26:00 PMDo these pads stay in place on the bed when the patient is moving around?Question by: Linda on Aug 24, 2019 10:56:00 AMThere is no way to secure the underpad to keep it in place, so it will likely move around as the patient moves.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Aug 26, 2019 2:53:00 PM