McKesson Ultra Disposable Underpads - Heavy Absorbency

562480
Item:
Price Guarantee
Our Price
$4.75
Lower Price in Cart

    See lower price in cart




Select An Option:
One-Time Delivery
Save 5% with Allegro Autoship, Deliver Every
Other Info
IDs
Average Customer Rating
4.5/5 Stars
(171 ratings)
         
Features:
  • Fluff pad, non-woven top sheet
  • Polyethylene backsheet
  • Partial length, full width bed coverage
  • Soft, resistant outer layer for maximum comfort
  • Interior liner is soft to the touch and will not irritate skin
  • Peach in color
Product Overview:

McKesson (Formerly StayDry) Ultra Underpads - Heavy Absorbency


AllegroMedical.com presents The McKesson Ultra Underpads for bed or chair protection which are designed to cover mattresses in order to absorb leakages, reduce odors and maintain dryness. They consist of a polyethylene layer combined with sealed edges to ensure leakage protection. The highly absorbent material is evenly distributed throughout the core.


McKesson Ultra Underpads are designed for patients unable to use body worn products due to skin irritation and infection. Also used to cover mattresses in order to absorb leakages, reduce odours and maintain dryness. They consist of a polyethylene layer combined with sealed edges to ensure leakage protection. The highly absorbent material is evenly distributed throughout the core.


McKesson Ultra Underpads underpads use 100% virgin fluff pulp, which provides far greater levels of absorption and retention than draw-sheets or wadding-filled pads.

Unlike other incontinence products that require washing and are very expensive, these sheet protectors are completely disposable and very cost effective. The McKesson Ultra disposable underpads also offer the added benefit of a smooth side to help in patient transfer and repositioning! Each Ultra Breathable underpad features a quilted mat for enhanced fluid dispersion, helping to keep it from overflowing or seeping through. The interior liner of these disposable bed pads is soft to the touch, vented to keep cool, and non-irritating to the user’s skin. The outer barrier is soft and smooth, assisting you with repositioning and/or transferring your patients.

McKesson disposable underpads are available at different levels of protection, with Light Pads for light wetting and Regular for slightly more absorbency, and Ultra and Breathable for the maximum absorbency. These are Ultra underpads.

Frequently Ordered Together
McKesson Ultra Disposable Underpads - Heavy Absorbency Reviews Summary
Allegro Medical does not endorse, recommend or sponsor any customer product reviews, ideas or advice.
Average Rating
171 reviews
152 out of 159 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Protective (42)
Comfortable (26)
Size is good (4)
Non-slip on floor (2)
Very absorbent (2)
Top Cons

None (5)
Bulky (4)
Chafes (3)
needs adhesive spots to f (2)
DON'T last very long (2)
Top Best Uses

Daily Use (39)
Home (34)
use on car seats (2)
in pet carriers/cages (2)
over-night use (2)
1-2 of 171 reviews
Heavy Absorbency?

Pros:
Comfortable. Soft.
Cons:
Thin.
Describe Yourself:
retired RN.

Since the other underpads I use and love seemed to be getting too expensive, I looked for a good alternative, but a little cheaper. Well, you get what you pay for. I think these might be good for dogs as they are thicker than some I've seen, but they certainy are not

by from Kansas City, Mo.
  No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
Doing the job.

Pros:
Protective.
Best Uses:
Home.
Describe Yourself:
Long Term User.

Used in conjunction with permanent pad to cut down on the need to launder the permant pads each day.

by from Dallas Tx
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 171 reviews
Q&A:  Question About?
McKesson Ultra Disposable Underpads - Heavy Absorbency
Ask the community about this product and get answers. Share your knowledge and advice.
Learn More about Q&A.
5 Questions | 38 Answers
Q:
whats their individual weight in gms?
Asked on Dec 7, 2015 2:30:35 PM by Nelson from florida
3 people had the same question
Helpful
 |
Report
Q:
My mom has MS and is mostly paralyzed. She needs to be repositioned on a fairly consistent basis; are these sturdy enough to grab and move her around, or will they tear apart easily?
Asked on Jul 3, 2012 2:27:58 PM by Rich from Stockton, CA
12 people had the same question
Helpful
 |
Report
A:
They are nice pads, but they will tear if pulled with weight on them.
Answered on Apr 17, 2013 10:35:20 PM by useful  from Bowie, Md.
8 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
I would have to say nit depends on the weight of the person. My husband weighs 280 lbs and his tear. I invested in washable pads from Allegro and they are really sturdy. Hope this helps you.
Answered on May 3, 2013 1:47:18 PM by CJ  from Chicago
7 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
For me no; due too I am unable to roll to assist caregiver plusmy weight
Answered on May 4, 2013 5:10:04 AM by ss  from philly
4 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
These underpads are bad. They may be okay for pets, but the are almost useless for humans with disabilities. I am a paraplegic. I was looking for a high quality underpad that would stand up to some my movements and use, so I chose the most expensive underpad Allegro had. But these tear easily, and the padding deteriorates quickly.
Answered on Jun 27, 2013 6:22:46 PM by Mitch  from San Francisco
10 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
We use a cloth pad under the plastic one for moving the patient, but it never gets wet, thanks to the disposable.
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 3:19:20 PM by nanaG  from So. Maine
7 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
I use these for my husband who had a stroke. They are not strong enough to move the patient around. As another person said, you would need a sheet or blanket under it to move them around. They are definitely not strong enough to move anyone. These are disposable. You would need to buy the reusable pads that can be washed. They are made of strong cotton and those are capable of moving the patient. I am also now using them as pee pee pads for my dog who is in the house all the time. They work great for that.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 1:47:49 PM by Lynda C  from Yorba Linda, CA
7 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
A:
Attends Breathable pads are Strong enough to move patient. My dad is 130lbs. Currently using them. No tears.
Answered on Jun 5, 2014 10:07:46 AM by Linda  from Anaheim
4 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report

Part Number(s): 098 5119 02, 098 1297, 098 1298, 098 1296, 098 5119 05, 098 5119 06

Mfg Part Number(s): UPHV3030, UPHV3036, UPHV3636

Scrip Part Number(s): 098 5119 05, 098 5119 02, 098 5119 06, 098 1298, 098 1297, 098 1296


Email Exclusives
Don't miss our next great special!
|