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Cleanius hygiene

an accurate clean solution

Wherever bedpans are used, there is a high risk that excretions of the patient will enter bed unchecked and unhindered. This favors possible infection routes, which can become often underestimated infection chains, especially in infectious excretions.

Smallest solid particles are passed on as a contact- or 


Open system - conventional bedpan

The hygienic disadvantages are well known.

In conventional bedpans that function as an open system, particles and droplets of stool and urine are released unhindered into the area of the patient's bed and into the surrounding air with each use. Possible routes of infection are thereby promoted. In case of infectious excretions, they can endanger the health of the caregivers and persons in the room.

smear infection. Contaminated aerosol particles that move freely in the ambient air can cause droplet infections. Hygiene therefore always aims to interrupt these infection routes and chains of infection. Patient and bed should be kept as clean as possible and any spillage of exudates should be prevented.


Closed system - Cleanius

The advantages of the closed Cleanius system are immediately recognizable.

Best possible hygienic conditions for patient and nursing staff. Soiling and infection pathways through excretions are significantly reduced. The unhindered release of particles and droplets into the ambient air is significantly reduced by the splash guard. This is especially important for contaminated or infectious excretions. This was made possible by the special shape design and the dual chamber system of Cleanius and the unique splash guard, which combines several nursing valuable functions in itself.


Open system - conventional bedpan

The too large opening of the pot, the patient can pollute his own excreta.


Closed system - Cleanius

The immersion of the buttocks in their own excretions and the fouling of the patient bed is effectively prevented.

Reports from patients and nurses

Many patients and nurses reports from different areas such as hospital, nursing home and home care confirm the great improvement in the overall hygienic situation through the use of Cleanius (see references).

palliative care and intensive care need the best conditions

Especially elderly patients who are in need of care and bedridden and are in the demanding care of palliative care or intensive care, depend on the best possible hygienic conditions, so as not to run the risk of "treating" further illnesses such as secondary infections, pressure ulcer diseases or wound infections.