7 Tips For Caring For A Bedridden Patient
Tips on Taking Care of a Bedridden Patient· Be Conscious of the Hygiene and Grooming of Your Loved One.
How to Bathe an Elderly Person in Bed?
Bathing is the best way to maintain hygiene and knowing how to bathe the elderly properly can minimize injury risk and HPFY can help.
10 Products for Bedridden Patients You Must Have
Finding healthcare products for bedridden may seem like a complicated & confusing. With so many products available, able to identify the “must have” products can save patients money. Even though each patient has their specific needs, there can be products that are essential to those who are bedridden. We here at HPFY can help identify some of these very important products for bedridden patients.
Prolapsed Stoma: What You Should Know
A prolapsed stoma may look scary, but it can usually be fixed at home by following some simple steps. Learn all about a prolapsed stoma at HPFY.
Finding the Best Odor Eliminators for Ostomates
Does the thought of ostomy odor make you anxious, self-conscious, and constantly anxious, especially in public? You don’t have to feel that way any longer. Find the best odor eliminators for ostomates at HPFY.
5 Mistakes To Avoid While Using Adult Diapers
Using adult diapers can be more complicated than you think. To avoid common mistakes, we have all the info you need. LEARN MORE
5 Best Tips and Products To Relieve Spring Allergies
If you're like me, you aren't exactly excited that spring is here. Every year, it's the same thing. The sun sets a little later, the air gets a little warmer, and I get a little congested. Then the watery eyes start, followed by sneezing and coughing, and before you know it, I'm searching for some sort of allergy relief.
A two-piece ostomy bag can be changed without replacing the skin barrier, is easy to apply & remove, and causes less irritation. Find the best 2-piece ostomy bags at HPFY.
5 Best Bed Pads For Incontinence
Incontinence bed pads are designed to absorb urine and protect mattresses and furniture from damage and are made from absorbent materials such as cotton or polyester. Not only are they designed to absorb moisture, but many specialize in keeping moisture away from the skin, minimizing the chance of skin breakdowns. Find 5 best bed pads for incontinence at HPFY.