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M-Care™ Meatal Cleansing Cloths for the Foley Catheterized Patient

A clean procedure without the basin

Standards for proper meatal cleansing are not well-defined, which can lead to process variation. In addition to being inconsistent, traditional incontinence cleanup methods increase the risk of cross contamination from basins – a proven CAUTI risk factor – and waterborne hospital-acquired infections.1,2 START A TRIAL

Innovation leads to a better process

Clean hands, fresh gloves and a dedicated package of M-Care™ Meatal Cleansing Cloths can help standardize meatal hygiene in your facility. M-Care Cloths are safe in contact with Foley catheters and have been tested for functional compatibility with common latex and silicone Foley catheters. The ultra-soft, non-antiseptic cloths also contain a patented pH-balanced solution that is non-irritating to your patient’s skin.

A point-of-care solution

Incorporate M-Care Cloths into your process, or at the end of your bathing or incontinence cleanup routine to minimize process variation and reduce the risk of infection from basins and hospital tap water. The packaged cloths are conveniently available for use at bedside to help eliminate contamination risk and help you comply with infection control guidelines.3,4

Standardize your approach to patient hygiene

Sage can help standardize your patient hygiene protocol, reduce steps and eliminate basins with three proven interventions.

We can help standardize your patient hygiene protocol, reduce steps and eliminate basins with three proven interventions. Our products can also help you conserve water!

REFERENCES: 1. Doughty D, et al., Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis Consensus Statements, Evidence-Based Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment, and Current Challenges, Journal of Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing, 2012;39(3):303-315. 2. Anaissie EJ, Penzak SR, Dignani MC, The Hospital Water Supply as a Source of Nosocomial Infections, Arch Intern Med. 2002;162:1483-1492. 3. APIC Guide to Preventing Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections, 2014. 4. SHEA/IDSA Practice Recommendation: Strategies to Prevent Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infections in Acute Care Hospitals: 2014 Update.

M-Care Meatal Cleansing Cloths

A Clean Procedure Starts with M-Care Cloths

M-Care Meatal Cleansing Cloths can be used as part of your patient cleansing protocol for Foley catheterized patients to improve hygiene and adherence to infection control policy.

A clean approach to patient hygiene leads to better care

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Increase Compliance, Hygiene and Comfort

  • Enhances compliance by standardizing procedures for routine meatal cleansing
  • Procedure-specific package provides simple tracking to assess adherence to protocol
  • Helps eliminate potential cross contamination
  • Soothes delicate skin with a gentle formulation and ultrasoft cloths

Innovation Leads to a Better Care Process with M-Care Cloths

  • Safe in contact with Foley catheters

Tested for functional compatibility with common latex and silicone Foley catheters

  • Non-antiseptic, pH-balanced solution

Patented solution is non-irritating to the skin and meets CAUTI prevention guidelines (non-antiseptic cleanser)

  • Ultra-soft cloths

Comfortable for the patient while removing contaminants and debris

  • Exopheryl® Odour Eliminator

Minimizes potential odour in the meatal area

  • Single-use, non-resealable package

Promotes proper infection control practice; replaces the basin, a proven CAUTI risk factor

  • Backed by Sage’s personalized service

Achieve your desired outcomes with education, benchmarking and utilization outcomes


M-Care Meatal Cleansing Cloths

2 Pack
5.5in x 8in
14cm x 20cm
168 packages/case
Reorder #7952


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