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Real Stories
from real people

In a time when the use of indwelling urinary catheters is decreasing, the QuickChange wrap is a catheter alternative to prevent CAUTI while also addressing IAD, pressure injury, and the need to change the bed linens frequently.

- Katie James, BA, RN, CWCN, Medline Clinician

Skin health

Maintain skin integrity

QuickChange’s design allows air flow to at-risk skin areas, reducing heat buildup and creating a healthy microclimate. QuickChange absorbs urine and keeps it off the skin which protects patient skin integrity.

Infection prevention

Reduce CAUTI by avoiding catheters

The most effective way to reduce catheter-acquired UTI’s is to simply not use one. QuickChange is a viable catheter alternative for urinary containment. When a Foley is clinically necessary, the QuickChange can be used in conjunction to reduce the risk of fecal migration to the Foley.

Staff and patient safety

Minimize staff/patient contact

QuickChange improves the changing process with easier, safer changes. No log rolling is required, and a single caregiver can complete a change with minimal patient contact regardless of the patient’s anatomy or weight.

How to use
  1. Place QuickChange onto body, absorbent/ white side facing up
  2. Fold pointed flap around the penis
  3. Wrap hook-and- loop side around to secure QuickChange
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Additional application methods available for patients with retracted penis, enlarged scrotum, etc.

Incontinent patients
place stress on caregivers.

While there are many incontinence products on the market, many fail to sufficiently contain urinary output, placing stress on patients and caregivers.

Challenges of common incontinence solutions

Condom catheter

  • Requires adhesive to be applied
  • Sizing difficulties often result in catheter falling off

Foley catheter

  • Risk of CAUTI
  • Risk of urethral scarring

Wearable incontinence products

  • Restrict air flow to the skin
  • Require multiple staff members to change


  • Require multiple staff members to change
  • Minimal containment for male urinary output

Risks of poor incontinence management

Catheter-associated urinary tract infection (CAUTI)

$5,019 to $22,568
Estimated per-patient cost of CAUTI1

Pressure injury

$20,900 to $151,700
Estimated per-patient cost per case of pressure injury2

Incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD)

High prevalence
Found in up to 42% of hospitalized adults, 83% of ICU patients, 41% of residents in long term care3

  1. AHRQ, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Estimating the Additional Hospital Inpatient Cost and Mortality Associated With Selected Hospital-Acquired Conditions, Available at Accessed August 31, 2020
  2. Famorca Mary M., MAN, RN, WCC, COCN, CCCN Peworski, Charles, BSN, MSN, RN, Mayo Clinic AZ, Phoenix Arizona, QuickChange Wrap to Prevent HAPI From Use of Foley Catheter and Incontinence. Accessed April 13, 2020.
  3. Ermer-Seltun, J. Practical Prevention and Treatment of Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis - a Risk Factor for Pressure Ulcers. Ostomy Wound right to correct any errors that may occur within this brochure. Copyright 2020.

A change you can rely on


The QuickChange Incontinence Wrap

Additional Uses

CDIFF: Use to create a physical barrier between urinary catheters and bowel movements (females included)

Ostomy stomas/fecal management: Easily wraps around and over stomas to help manage output during cleansing and preparation for new patches/pouches/bags as well as aiding the absorption and reduction of leakage

Intermittent urine management: Situations without access to restrooms (pre/post-op, imaging, dialysis, hyperbaric treatments, rehab, etc)

Skin irritation/perspiration: Use as an absorbent layer in between gastric folds or inframammary folds under breasts