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Abri-San - Unassisted application procedure

February 15, 2019

Abri-San is Abena’s complete range of anatomically shaped incontinence pads, designed for all degrees of incontinence ranging from light to very heavy. Abri-San is available in 14 different absorbency levels, meeting every individual need for improved quality of care.

 To learn more about Abri-San™ Bladder Control Pads, visit: 
Abena Abri-San Premium Special Fecal (Bowel) Incontinence Pad
Abri-San Premium Liner Pad

Abena offers customers a range of high-quality incontinence products that are among the best available to the market today. While not a well-known brand in the U.S., Abena is a large and well established manufacturer in Europe.

For more information about Abri-San products contact a Rely Medical Supply Product Expert today.  We're here to help you find an incontinence product that works for your needs. If you have questions about what incontinence products are right for you, give us a call at 1-888-529-2308 or visit our website at RelyMedical.com to browse our full range of incontinence products.




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