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Introducing new TENA Solutions

TENA has created a unique assortment of products, digital solutions, tools, training and support – all designed to optimize your care pathway and further enhance person-centred care. This combination of our assortment and a person-centred care approach will deliver the greatest value for your residents, your staff, your nursing home and the environment. This is new TENA Solutions.

What if TENA Solutions could help you?

  • Reduce skin irritations by 47%1
  • Improve staff satisfaction by 79%2
  • Reduce leakages by up to 44%3
  • With a 15% reduction in carbon footprint in use, after an assessment for Toileting and Containment needs with TENA SmartCare Identifi™4
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What if TENA Solutions could help you?

The continence care pathway

A female professional caregiver and an elderly male resident with mobility aid walking down a hallway in a nursing home environment

The foundation of new TENA Solutions

The continence care pathway is the foundation of new TENA Solutions. At TENA, we work closely with nursing homes to identify real care needs. Based on these needs we have created a unique assortment that optimizes each step along the continence care pathway, further enhancing person-centred care.

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Assessment

Identify a resident's individual needs 

By combining the TENA tools listed below, you can ensure an accurate continence assessment that identifies the individual challenges each resident is facing. 

  • TENA SmartCare Identifi™ 
  • TENA Bladder Diary
  • TENA Continence Assessment
  • TENA Skin Health Assessment, IAD Prevention and Treatment Guide

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Care Plan

Create a person-centred care plan

The results of the continence assessment are used to create a person-centred care plan that includes the right toileting times, the right incontinence product type, size and absorption plus appropriate skin care products.

  • TENA Continence Care Plan
  • TENA Product Selector Guides
  • TENA Best Practice Continence Care
  • TENA Best Practice Personal Hygiene
  • TENA Best Practice Bowel Management

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Care Delivery

Ensure care plan is implemented and followed

Person-centred care is delivered through proactive toileting routines using TENA products and TENA SmartCare digital solutions - all selected to meet the resident’s individual needs. TENA also provides training and support.

  • TENA Fitting Instruction Videos
  • TENA Care Cards
  • TENA ProSkin Absorbent and Skin Care Products
  • TENA SmartCare Change Indicator™
  • TENA Training & Support - tailored to specific needs

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Outcomes

Review and evaluate care outcomes

Care plan outcomes should be reviewed and evaluated regularly to identify where improvements can be made. This is done using the TENA Review and Follow-Up Report. With this information, care plans can be adapted if required to ensure quality of care. 

  • TENA Review & Follow-Up Report

As a customer of TENA, I think that other customers could expect to find lower change rates, lower costs as a result of using this and ultimately better service for the residents.

Garth,
Executive Director,
Valley Elder Care

The full value of new TENA Solutions

 

When new TENA solutions is implemented at every step of the care pathway, it can create greater value in a number of areas – from resident quality of life and work satisfaction to care efficiency and environmental sustainability.

"This has allowed the staff the opportunity to get more tasks done, to feel more accomplished by the end of their shift, not feeling like they are running around just like crazy all night long."

Jess, Director of Nursing, Valley Elder Care

"Access to a wide range of incontinence products resulted in less leakages and resident wellbeing improved."

Dr. Carlo Del Prato, Health Director, Coopselios, Italy

Our complete assortment

References

  1. Essity data on file: All statistics are based on average percentages from between 85-181 TENA Solutions case studies around the world, mainly Europe but also USA, Canada and China. Results vary across countries and care homes. 2011-13
  2. Essity data on file (staff questionnaries): All statistics are based on results from between 85-105 TENA Solutions case studies (depending on question) around the world, mainly Europe but also USA and Canada. Results vary across countries and care homes. 2012-14
  3. ARCTICC study on TENA Identifi by University of Alberta, Canada, 2018 - data on file, submitted for peer reviewed publication
  4. "Carbon footprint in use" includes the carbon footprint of both the absorbent products and laundry due to leakages, in delivering Toileting & Containment Care. Result is based on a clinical trial (data on file) and a Life Cycle Assessment performed by Essity and third-party reviewed. Assumptions on day-and nighttime leakage, giving different laundry volumes, were based on internal Essity data on file. Absorbent product environmental impact was based on raw material acquisition, production, transport and waste handling.
  5. Essity data on file: All statistics are based on average percentages from between 85-181 TENA Solutions case studies around the world, mainly Europe but also USA, Canada and China. Results vary across countries and care homes. 2011-13
  6. Essity data on file: All statistics are based on average percentages from between 85-181 TENA Solutions case studies around the world, mainly Europe but also USA, Canada and China. Results vary across countries and care homes. 2011-13
  7. ARCTICC study on TENA Identifi by University of Alberta, Canada, 2018 - data on file, submitted for peer reviewed publication
  8. "Carbon footprint in use" includes the carbon footprint of both the absorbent products and laundry due to leakages, in delivering Toileting & Containment Care. Result is based on a clinical trial (data on file) and a Life Cycle Assessment performed by Essity and third-party reviewed. Assumptions on day-and nighttime leakage, giving different laundry volumes, were based on internal Essity data on file. Absorbent product environmental impact was based on raw material acquisition, production, transport and waste handling.