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I-35456-P

Depend Fitted Briefs Maximum Protection

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  • Maximum Absorbency concentrates extra absorbent material in the center for night-time leakage protection
  • Soft leakage barriers guard against side leakage for comfortable protection
  • Six EasyGrip Tabs refasten for better fit
  • A purple "wetness Indicator stripe" disappears when brief requires changing
Size Item Code Waist/Hip Absorb. Case Quantity Case Price
Small/Medium 3D-S (35456) 28-40" waist or 34-36" hips 14 oz. 3 packs of 20 (60 ct.)
Case Each
$77.95 $1.30
Large 3D-L (35458) 35-49" waist or 42-54" hips 14 oz. 3 packs of 16 (48 ct.)
Case Each
$77.95 $1.62

White with plastic outer layer. 6 refastenable tape tabs allow for secure fit. Thin brief with anti-leak cuffs.


Comments

This is the least absorbent of the briefs and is appropriate for lighter incontinence or when frequent changes are possible. The absorbent area stops midway to the back waist band, unlike the other briefs.

MANUFACTURER Kimberly-Clark
MANUFACTURER ITEM CODE 19317, 19740
SIZE N/A
WAIST HIP 42 - 54" or 26" - 41"

Customer Reviews

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For daytime they do the trick,

They aren't a bad brief, in fact for bowel incontinence they are ideal if you have frequent bowel accidents and need to change often enough for that, they also handle smell well with plastic backing and waistbands, Their weakness comes from a lack of padding, which while adds discreetness leads to leaks, and a need for frequent changes if you don't supplement the brief somehow. As the tapes are permanent after a bit (assuming they work at all) you have use the brief for both needs so why they made it so trim it barely lasts 4 hours is beyond me. If your bladder needs aren't bad but you lack bowel control these are pretty good, and you can supplement the assorbtion with an incontinence pad in it with some holes slashed in the back

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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For daytime they do the trick,

They aren't a bad brief, in fact for bowel incontinence they are ideal if you have frequent bowel accidents and need to change often enough for that, they also handle smell well with plastic backing and waistbands, Their weakness comes from a lack of padding, which while adds discreetness leads to leaks, and a need for frequent changes if you don't supplement the brief somehow. As the tapes are permanent after a bit (assuming they work at all) you have use the brief for both needs so why they made it so trim it barely lasts 4 hours is beyond me. If your bladder needs aren't bad but you lack bowel control these are pretty good, and you can supplement the assorbtion with an incontinence pad in it with some holes slashed in the back

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