<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=535934220083931&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

ABC
Medical
Blog

Summertime With an Ostomy

Jun 9, 2022 3:03:02 PM / by Amy Landrum

5 Comments

Summer is on the way. As someone who use uses ostomy supplies, you may be curious about how warmer temperatures may impact your ostomy care routine. You may be wondering if you can pursue outdoor activities such as camping or swimming with a stoma. The good news is that with the right products, from an ostomy supplies company like ABC Medical summer is no cause for worry and you can actively participate in outdoor activities. In this article, we will discuss some tips to make the most out of your summer if you or someone you love is an ostomate.

Read More »

Lifestyle Changes that May Alleviate Urinary Incontinence

Apr 5, 2022 9:00:00 AM / by ABC Medical

0 Comments

Urinary incontinence, or accidentally leaking urine, can happen to anyone. However, incontinence most commonly affects older adults and women. Thankfully, there are ways to control or cure urinary incontinence. Your healthcare provider can work with you to discuss your bladder control concerns and treatment options. 

 

Read More »

What Does the Adjustment to Life with a Spinal Cord Injury Look Like?

Mar 29, 2022 9:00:00 AM / by ABC Medical

0 Comments

Read More »

How to Stay Warm after a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI)

Mar 28, 2022 3:04:49 PM / by ABC Medical posted in accessibility, independent living, spinal cord injury, Navigator

0 Comments



There is no question your life will change after a spinal cord injury (SCI). While slight fluctuations in body temperature throughout the day are normal, a person with a spinal cord injury may have difficulty staying warm when the temperature drops. Individuals with a SCI may have reduced sensitivity to changes in heat or cold especially if they have poor circulation or a lack of sensation below the level of injury.

Read More »

Yes, You Can Still Do These 5 Surprising Things with Indwelling Catheters

Mar 22, 2022 9:00:00 AM / by ABC Medical

0 Comments

An indwelling catheter, or Foley catheter, is a thin, flexible tube placed in your bladder and connected to drainage bag for urine collection. It is different from intermittent catheterization, because the catheter is left in place to continually drain urine into a collection bag. Some people have an indwelling catheter placed through the urethra. Others may have their catheter inserted through a surgically created opening in the lower abdomen, also known as a suprapubic catheter.

Read More »

Legends Ranked #6 Ahead of Wheelchair Basketball Nationals This Spring

Mar 16, 2022 1:55:55 PM / by ABC Medical posted in adaptive sports, adaptbelievecompete stories, NASM

0 Comments

 

The Adult Division Executive Committee of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) has announced the 2021-22 February Power Rankings for Adult Division I, Adult Division II and Adult Division III. These are the third set of power rankings released for the Adult Division in the 2021-22 NWBA season.

 

The final set of rankings, that will serve as seedings for national tournaments, will be published on Tuesday, March 22.

 

Read More »

3 Ways Coloplast Supplies Can Make Your Life Easier

Feb 28, 2022 8:00:00 AM / by ABC Medical

0 Comments

 

Coloplast has been providing products and services for personal medical conditions since the company was first established in 1957. It was their compassion for others and their desire to help that drove the founders to manufacture the first adhesive ostomy bag. 

Read More »

How to Get Hollister Supplies Delivered Right to Your Door

Feb 15, 2022 9:00:00 AM / by ABC Medical

0 Comments

 

Hollister Incorporated is one of the most respected medical supply companies in the industry. They offer advanced products for ostomy care from globally popular product lines like the CeraPlus™ advanced portfolio of products and the New Image™ line of pouching systems.

Read More »

Finding Resources: Grants and More

Feb 10, 2022 12:25:31 PM / by Jill Karno posted in accessibility, independent living, spinal cord injury, Navigator

0 Comments

Figuring out how to get the things you need can be extremely challenging. Unfortunately, many things may not be covered by insurance. We get a lot of questions on what resources are out there for specialized rehab or help getting equipment that is not covered by insurance. Our team will do everything we can to help you find local or national resources like equipment exchanges or grant/ scholarship programs.

Read More »

Catheter Supplies: Learning More About the Catheters That You Need

Feb 8, 2022 3:00:00 PM / by ABC Medical

3 Comments

 

Catheter supplies are used by people who have difficulty urinating and need assistance eliminating urine from their bodies. Urinary problems that require urology supplies can be caused by nerve damage, a blockage in the urethra, an enlarged prostate, injury, or illness.

Read More »
Content not found
How Much Do You Know about Hydrophilic Catheters? Click here for more information

Lists by Topic

see all

Subscribe to Email Updates