Tena product promotion
Incontinence is a common condition in elderly people, especially in care, with the NHS estimating that anywhere from 3 to 6 million people in the UK suffer from this problem. The severity of the condition ranges from person to person but there are ways to treat incontinence such as lifestyle changes (e.g. losing weight or drinking less alcohol/ caffeine), pelvic floor exercises or bladder training.
However, these changes in lifestyle and exercises take time to work so in the meantime, symptoms need to be managed, and this is where incontinence products come in.
Incontinence products can play a vital role in making sure patients feel confident and comfortable to go out and conduct their usual activities without the fear of having to be near a toilet every moment of every day.
Therefore, because we know incontinence is an important area in most healthcare organisations, we have decided to look at our products and improve the value for money and expand our portfolio of products to fit the needs of hospitals.
On our Tena range, we have decreased the price of these products and even added new products to the line, to make sure our clients are well equipped to deal with the problem of incontinence in their hospitals.
If you would like to view our Tena range with the new prices and products then please visit our online ordering website, and take advantage of the better value for money on offer. Also, you can view our Medical Supplies Promotional Catalogue to see a detailed look at the savings on offer.
As of 13th June, we will be running a promotion campaign offering new products, lower prices and fantastic new bulk buy discounts on products we have selected as important for hospitals to carry out their day to day activities.
The other range of products we have specifically looked at to offer better value for money on are:
- Sharps bins
- First aid kits
- Resuscitation response kits
- Paper/ pulp products
- Laundry products
If you would like to know more information on the details of these offers then please call Graeme Whittaker on 01273 224 604 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.