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Medical Buying Guides

From wheelchairs to incontinence to bed sores, we have the best medical buying guides to walk you through these topics and help you become confident that you are getting the best products and taking the correct steps to ensure ideal comfort, health and safety in all areas.

Incontinence Buying Guide >>

If you're just learning about the world of incontinence, this guide is perfect for you. It includes comprehensive information about the many types of incontinence products available today to help control the otherwise inevitable mess, as well as a simple chart to help you decide what level of protection you may need - which will help you save money and time when making your purchases.

Bed Pads Buying Guide >>

Bed pads, chucks, underpads... Whatever you call them, they're hands-down the best way to ensure dry bedding in the morning, dry wheelchairs, dry couches and, most importantly, dry skin. Here's how to know what type, absorbency level and size you need.

Wheelchair Buying Guide >>

This buyers guide includes a comparison chart of the types of wheelchairs, their price ranges, average weight and other important factors that go into choosing the best wheelchair type for your needs. Use this guide to explore the differences between transport chairs, manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs and scooters. Also included is great information on wheelchair cushions, the different types available, and what you should consider when choosing a cushion for yourself or your loved one.

Rollator Buying Guide >>

Learn the pros and cons of using a rollator as a walking aid, as well as all the information you'll need to purchase the ideal rollator walker, including rollator types, sizing, features and more in this thorough guide to rollators.

Walking Canes Buying Guide >>

Find out if a cane is the walking aid you need and learn other important information that will make it easier for you to choose cane type, handle type and more.

Disposable Gloves Buying Guide >>

You'd think buying gloves is a simple matter of getting the cheapest box available - but it sure isn't that simple. This guide to disposable and medical gloves shows you clearly the types of gloves you can get - and which gloves you should get. In addition, this guide covers the best practices when it comes to using gloves: how to put them on and take them off hygienically, how to use them safely, and how to know when it's time for a new pair.

Other Medical Product Guides

How to Avoid Bed Sores >>

Bed sores, also known as pressure ulcers and other fancy names, are painful and are also difficult and expensive to treat. With this thorough guide, you can avoid the issue by taking the necessary steps to ensure that even those who have a high risk of developing sores never have to suffer that way. Learn what pressure sores are, who is at risk, and the things you can do to prevent them.

Incontinence Guides

With incontinence being our specialty, it's no wonder we've got a plethora of helpful articles and guides about staying dry despite the dribble. We know that incontinence can be both emotionally and physically taxing, and often people don't even know exactly what it is, or where to start. Check out these articles on what to do if you or a loved one has incontinence and relax, knowing that you are dealing with this difficult problem in the best way possible.

  1. 1. 7 Types of Incontinence
  2. 2. Dealing with Incontinence
  3. 3. Incontinence: Where to Begin
  4. 4. Urinary Incontinence: What To Do
  5. 5. Incontinence Diet: Foods to Avoid
  6. 6. Incontinence Diet: Foods to Eat
  7. 7. Incontinence Supplies Definition
  8. 8. Alternate Uses for Chucks Pads
  9. 9. Incontinence Pads vs. Period Pads
  10. 10. Medical Gloves: Getting It Right

Wheelchair Guides

When shopping for and using a wheelchair, it is important to do it right to avoid unnecessary discomfort or even danger. The following guides will make shopping for a wheelchair easier, as well as ensure safe, comfortable wheelchair use for you and your loved ones.

  1. 1. Narrow Wheelchairs for Tight Spaces
  2. 2. Things to Know When You’re Buying a Wheelchair
  3. 3. Wheelchair Fitting: Does it Really Matter?
  4. 4. Wheelchair Dimensions You Need to Consider
  5. 5. Manual Wheelchairs: Getting Comfortable

Walking Aid Guides

As people age, they often lose their stability and may require some type of walking aid to help them stay independently mobile. Here are some great guides on how to know when you need a walking aid, which one to get, and how to make it work for your needs.

  1. 1. Rollators vs. Walkers: The Difference
  2. 2. Rollators vs. Walkers: How to Choose
  3. 3. Getting a Cane

Bedroom Guides

Refurnishing your bedroom takes a lot of courage - and a lot of decisions. As you or your loved one ages, these steps are often required, but we'd like to make the transition a bit smoother with these great guides on bedroom safety.

  1. 1. Hospital Beds Guide
  2. 2. When to Get a Bedside Commode
  3. 3. 5 Reasons to Get Bed Rails

Bathroom Safety Guides

If you live with an aging individual, you probably know already how important it is that the bathrooms are properly furnished to accommodate the frailties of age. The following guides will walk you through the necessary steps and make it easier for you to choose the best products to suit your needs or that of your loved one.

  1. 1. Bathroom Safety Made Simple
  2. 2. Raised Toilet Seats: How to Choose

Daily Living Aid Guides

Daily living aids are those often small things that make a big difference in an individual's independence level. Designed to make daily routines more accessible to elderly, weak or handicapped people, these aids can truly be a lifesaver for some.

  1. 1. Mealtime Aids
  2. 2. How to Choose a Pill Crusher

Medical buying guides, medical product guides

Disclaimer: No information presented on this website or in any of these medical buying guides is medical advice or intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician. All information on this website concerning medical conditions is from publicly available sources.