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Author Bainton, D. ♦ Blannin, J. B. ♦ Shepherd, A. M.
Source British Medical Journal (The BMJ)
Content type Text
Publisher British Medical Journal Publishing Group
File Format HTM / HTML
Language English
Abstract Fifty-one female patients, incontinent of urine, were asked to compared two different combinations of pants and pads used in the ambulatory management of their incontinence. They were offered the Kanga pant with a Kanga pad and the Sandra pant with a Bambi pad. Each patient tried both pants and pads and thus comparisons could be made on a within-patient basis. Both systems kept a similar proportion of patients dry during the day and night. In terms of comfort, however, the Kanga pant was quite clearly preferred to the Sandra. The Bambi pad was rated more highly than the Kanga pad, although the difference between the two pads was not so pronounced as that between pants.
Description Citation Reference: British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Ed.)
ISSN 00071447
Age Range 18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1982-08-07
e-ISSN 14685833
Journal British Medical Journal (The BMJ)
Volume Number 285
Issue Number 6339
Page Count 2
Starting Page 419
Ending Page 420


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Source: British Medical Journal (The BMJ)