Medline Disposable Incontinence Product Types

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Each individual is different. Regardless of whether someone has light or heavy incontinence, he or she should have access to high quality products to manage their condition. Medline offers the following guidelines to help you select the right product.
Disposable Incontinence Product Types
Adult briefsMedline Incontinence L
Can be worn by people who:

  • Are bedridden
  • Are difficult to turn or position
  • Can be aggressive or combative
  • Have frequent, loose or watery stools

Two-piece pant with liner
Are appropriate for people who:Two Piece Pant with Liner M

  • Can walk
  • Only need one person to assist them
  • Can wear underwear or self-toilet

Adult protective disposable underwearAdult Disposable Underwear N
Can be used by those people who are:

  • Incontinent but active
  • Restless or disoriented

Bladder control padsBladder Pad O
Can be used by those people who:

  • Have light to moderate urinary incontinence
  • Have the ability to change the pads themselves
    (The pads have an adhesive strip to hold them in place in the underwear)

Belted undergarmentsBelted Undergarments P
Appropriate for people who:

  • Have moderate incontinence
    Held in place with an elastic belt and buttons


  • Are used to protect the bed and furniture when an individual is incontinent
  • Can be used alone or with incontinence garments

DryPadsDry Pads Q

  • Are used to protect a standard or air-support therapy mattress when an individual is incontinent
  • Pull moisture away from the individual’s skin after an episode of incontinence

Medline Chart Incontinence

About the Author

Kimberly Johnson

As Director of Sales and Marketing, Kimberly Johnson is passionate about providing Seniors with the resources and products to live well.  Kimberly is a seasoned caregiver to her family and breast cancer survivor.  Her father battled ALS, Lou Gehrig’s disease and she was a primary caregiver.  Today Kimberly lives in Southern California near her 104-year-old grandmother, widowed mother, a mentally disabled sister and second sister who is also a breast cancer survivor.  She is happily married to her husband of 24 years and they have 3 children.

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