WeSenseTM is an ecosystem that is revolutionizing elderly care.
WeSenseTM recognizes wetness events in real time, alerting the caregivers as an incontinent product reaches capacity. WeSenseTM also provides reporting which can help to both improve the quality of care of residents, and reduce costs of continence management by reducing waste disposal, unnecessary brief changes, and improved staff utilization.
WeSenseTM will change the way you manage continence!
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How it works
WeSenseTM will detect wetness events in real time and will alert when the brief is close to usable capacity. This way, caregivers will change residents at the appropriate time! Caregivers can rely on accurate data to change residents when alerted. Not too soon, not too late but at the right time!
WeSenseTM provides usage patterns and analysis in order to help plan your staff’s workload and help in choosing the most suitable incontinence product for each resident. As a result your staff members will never have to physically check a resident’s incontinence product for saturation ever again while using WeSenseTM.*
*Physical checks should still be conducted by staff members for other possible issues, such as fecal incontinence, pressure ulcers, etc.
WeSenseTM will help you reduce costs in three ways
Reducing time spent on continence management
Reducing usage of incontinence products
Reducing waste disposal and laundering costs
Thus, allowing nursing homes to save on labor costs. Significantly less time spent on continence management.
Approximately 500 million people worldwide are incontinent, with approximately 8 million nursing home beds, where 70% of nursing home residents experience incontinence (according to the National Association for Continence) and a quarter of staff time is spent on continence management.
A significant amount of residents have dementia and therefore cannot communicate to the caregivers when they have a wet brief.