Hygiene articles


Shaping Tomorrow: Abena aims to revolutionise continence care

Shaping Tomorrow: Abena aims to revolutionise continence care

Abena and wearable sensor specialist MediSens are targeting the UK care home market with a revolutionary continence aid product.
Pivotell director Nicky Green (right) with BioCote's Guy Charteris and the new antimicrobial pill dispenser.

New bacteria resistant pill dispensers launched

New Pivotell pill dispensers now incorporate coating technology designed reduce the risk of infection.

Detergent manufacturer aims to be care homes No:1

Detergent manufacturer RP Adam Ltd (Arpal Group) is targeting the UK care home sector growth with a £2.75m investment.

Bath specialist raises bar on hygiene and care

Gainsborough Specialist Bathing, the UK leader in power-assisted baths for the care sector, is now manufacturing its baths with BioCote antimicrobial technology to deliver new standards in hygiene and care.
Bestway Essentially Cleaning Range (2)

Bestway helps care sector clean up its act

Bestway Wholesale is helping care providers raise their food hygiene standards through the launch of the Essentially Cleaning brand.

Serviceline offers kitchen design and maintenance guidance

Kitchen maintenance provider Serviceline provides some helpful tips on kitchen design and maintenance for care homes.
150 Years German Red Cross: Senior Citizens Care

Study shows endemic care home abuse

A study published in Nursing Times has found evidence of widespread abuse in care homes.

Cairn Care launches infection control hub

Infection control product specialist Cairn Care has launched an online training hub to help care home staff learn about effective infection control, continence care and health and safety.

Toilet brings dignity boost for care home residents

State of the art technology is lending a helping hand to care home residents when they go to the toilet.

NICE calls for care homes to prioritise oral health

Care home residents should be helped to brush their teeth twice a day, according to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).