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This is the prescription for supporting the patient, as fluids are the ideal breeding ground for germs. This is why curea under-pads for the sick work with unique SuperCore technology. SuperCore absorbs body secretions as well as germs and traps them safely in the efficient absorbent core. Studies confirm this. Here, SuperCore develops 3.5 times more absorption volume than the requirements of statutory health insurers demand. This frees up personnel, makes patients happy and looks after the budget.
The following graphic shows: Due to the adapted design of the SuperCore absorption core, a wide variety of liquids and germs are safely trapped and the associated risks are greatly minimized. There are many convincing points. All in all, this results in perhaps one of the most convincing patient documents on the market.
They work with high levels of absorption capacity and speed for the nursing staff and the patients. Fluids and germs are absorbed before they can have a negative impact. Secure retention and binding of germs in the core lower, amongst other, the risk of wound maceration, which also serves to alleviate pain. Strong binding of odour and extended changing cycles are further benefits of these wound dressings, which maintain a dry surface for a long time. They are a blessing for patients and, for nursing personnel they are capable assistance. SuperCore technology, made in Germany, helps to look ahead, looking after and healing.
In the OP, SuperCore technology is promoted to valued assistant. Underlays for patients, birthing mats or CleanStep floor mats absorb extremely large quantities of liquid in the shortest of time. For the OP team they secure best conditions for precision work: drier and safer OP environment and a vital contribution towards optimum liquid control management. Cleaning and preparation times become shorter and costs are significantly reduced. That is not just good for the patient, but also for personnel and facilities.