With Medicare’s ever-changing guidelines for coverage and reimbursement, people often have trouble knowing the specifics of what is covered through their Medicare plan. This is particularly evident in continence care products, given the wide variety of catheters available. Whether you need an intermittent catheter, an external catheter, or a Foley catheter, Aeroflow Urology can assist you with all of your continence care needs.
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Over 25 million people have urinary incontinence in the United States, but what exactly causes it? Read this post to find out.
Read how to make a doctor's appointment for incontinence and see if you can get free incontinence supplies through Aeroflow Urology.
Often someone on a limited income or government assistance struggles with getting diapers for loved ones. The frustration of not being able to buy diapers or running out of pull-ups before the next monthly check puts a burden on a caregiver. Due to the fact this happens frequently and the cost of disposable diapers, briefs, and pull-ups are expensive and unaffordable to those on limited incomes, North Carolina Medicaid implemented a paid diaper service offering diapers to low-income recipients.
Read how to live life to the fullest after an abdominal procedure and see if you qualify to get ostomy supplies through insurance.
Learn the risks associated with catheter use and how to avoid them.
This guide will answer all of your questions about intermittent catheters. Read this post to find out how to get free catheter supplies through Aeroflow Urology and how to perform safe self-catheterization.
Find out what an external catheter is and how to use it.