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Stretch Briefs, manufactured by SCA, are Adult Diapers designed with the patient in mind. One of the briefs essential features is that they stretch for an ideal fit. These incontinence briefs stay in place better than non-stretching briefs and the curved sides are breathable to prevent skin irritation. What is unique about the Tena brand Diapers is the extra protection offered by the absorbent microbeads on the absorption zone. These Maximum Absorbency Briefs are more comfortable for the wearer, because of the soft back-sheet that helps keep the skin dry. With these Diapers, the caregiver is alerted when wet by a color changing indicator.
Tena Adult Diapers Features and Benefits
- Non-Woven Backsheet Reduces Noise
- Moisture Proof Lining Keeps Skin Dry
- Odor Reduction Properties
- Breathable Surestay Tabs
- Great for Night Time
- Color Coded Wetness Indicator
Tena Adult Diapers Specifications
- TENA Stretch Super Briefs Product Number: 67902, 67903.
- Sizes: Medium/Regular, Large/X-Large.
- Waist Sizes: 33 to 52 Inch, 41 to 64 Inch.
- Absorbency Level: Super.
- Backing Material: Cloth-Like.
- Color: White.
- Application: Incontinent Brief.
- Gender: Unisex.
- Leg Style: Elastic Gathers.
- Style: Tab Closure.
- Topsheet Material: NonWoven.
- Usage: Disposable.
- User: Adult.
- Latex Free.
- Manufacturer: SCA Personal Care.
- Brand: Tena Stretch Super.
- UNSPSC Code: 53102303.
- HCPCS: T4522.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer SCA Sub Brand TENA Absorption Moderate Backsheet Material Cloth-like, Waterproof
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When I was in the hospital and throughout my physical therapy I wore pull-up style diapers that the hospital provided and put me in, but I found they bunched up quite a bit underneath my sweat pants and basketball shorts. So when I temporarily moved in with my brother towards the end of my therapy and was able to change my own diapers, I asked if he could find me diapers that didn't bunch and were easier to put on. He came home with a package of these Tena Super Stretch diapers which are really great!! They are traditional tape-up style diaper which I prefer a lot more than the pull-up style, and fit perfectly without bunching or riding up. They fit snugly around my waist and the leg openings have just the right amount of elastic to keep them from being too tight or constricting. Most importantly though...they are very absorbent and hold a lot of wetness. Since I wet regularly throughout the day/night and typically in moderate to large amounts, these Tena Super Stretch diapers are the perfect option for me.
While I, like a lot of people, wish I didn't have to wear diapers...I've finally grown used to wearing them and I am now just happy that Tena makes a really great diaper.
They are quiet, discreet, and, best of all, secure. The side "belt" fasteners are somewhat flexible, but not so much that you can't get a really snug fit. The Velcro-like strips hold on very strong, and I don't think I've ever, every worried about them coming off. Plus, they're at least somewhat refastenable.
As for capacity, I would trust these to hold 2-3 good soakings, or a constant dribble for well over four hours. Very good, though not on par with the "super diapers" like the Abena X-plus or Molicare Super Plus.
But there's more to life than capacity, and with super absorbency, inevitably, comes bulk. To me, the Tena Super Stretch offers the best of both worlds: they hold a lot, but no one's going to notice an unnatural bulge unless you wear tight pants.
Are these perfect? No. They don't have standing leak guards (a big deal if you wet while sitting or lying down) and I wish the padding extended further into the wings. Then again, I have never found a diaper that offered as much on the sides as I'd like.
All in all, a great diaper worth a try. I think you'll be impressed.