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Dri-Flo Air Permeable Disposable Underpads

Dri-Flo Air Permeable Disposable Underpads
Brand/Manufacturer: KCI LICENSING, INC
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Dri-Flo Air Permeable Disposable Underpads provide excellent incontinence protection for patients at risk for pressure ulcer development or who are on current pressure ulcer therapy. Odors are reduced due to highly absorbent polymers encapsulated in the core.
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  • Dri-Flo Air Permeable Disposable Underpads helps to keep wetness away from patient’s skin via soft absorbent top layer
  • May eliminate the need for additional linen by being strong enough to be used as a draw sheet
  • Helps patient’s skin stay cool, dry and comfortable due to breathable back sheet
  • Helps to keep patient’s skin dry due to highly absorbent polymers in middle layer

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Dri-Flo Air Permeable Disposable Underpads provide excellent incontinence protection for patients at risk for pressure ulcer development or who are on current pressure ulcer therapy. Odors are reduced due to highly absorbent polymers encapsulated in the core.
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