ASHEVILLE, N.C. (May 27, 2020)—Aeroflow Healthcare, a nationwide provider of durable medical equipment, announced the results of a proprietary survey designed to highlight the struggle and stigma middle-aged women experience with incontinence. The third-party administered survey polled 1010 adult women aged 40 to 64 living in the United States and was completed on March 16, 2020.

SAN DIEGO (September 24, 2019)—Triple W, a provider of connected health devices, introduced the D-pad accessory for use with DFree, the first wearable device for urinary incontinence. DFree is a non-invasive device that uses ultrasound technology to monitor bladder fullness and notifies you on your smartphone or tablet when it’s time to go to the bathroom via the DFree companion app.

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (August 22, 2019)—Aeroflow Healthcare announced the results of a proprietary survey designed to stress the importance of communication between seniors and their friends and family as they age. The third-party administered survey polled 1,003 adults aged 60 or older living in the United States and was completed over a span of three days in July 2019.

Notable survey results include:

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (June 3, 2019—Aeroflow Healthcare, a provider of durable medical equipment (DME), announced partnerships with PacificSource of Oregon and BCBS CareFirst. Partnering with these two insurance carriers expands Aeroflow’s presence and ability to serve new patients throughout the United States, providing durable medical equipment products and services to the individuals who need them most to maintain a high standard of life.

SAN DIEGO (March 26, 2019)—Triple W, a provider of connected health devices, announced its partnership with the National Association for Continence (NAFC) to educate patients, caregivers and professionals about urinary incontinence and promote bladder health. According to NAFC, more than 25 million Americans experience bladder leakage every day. Incontinence can affect seniors, individuals with disabilities, new mothers, youth and children.

LAS VEGAS, (January 8, 2019)—Triple W, a provider of connected health devices, announced a new rental program to make DFree, a health tech wearable device for incontinence, more accessible to people who need to manage bladder control issues. DFree continuously monitors the bladder and notifies the patient when it’s full so they know when it’s time to go to the bathroom. Triple W will feature DFree at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Tech West/Sands Expo, Jan. 8–11.

DUNBRIDGE, Ohio (April 23, 2017)—Principle Business Enterprises (PBE), Inc., a provider of moisture management products, announces the acquisition of the business assets and operations of Absorbent Products Company, Inc. of Bowling Green, Ohio. "The acquisition of APCI is consistent with our mission, by allowing us to enter new markets and expand our ability to provide the highest quality products and services to our customers and business partners," says Chuck Stocking, co-CEO of PBE.

PHILADELPHIA (November 30, 2017)—The TENA brand’s premium absorbent product portfolio, made by Essity (formerly SCA), features new enhancements to promote skin health. TENA Premium Briefs, Protective Underwear and Heavy Pad incontinence products will now feature TENA ConfioAir 100 percent breathable technology, which allows excess moisture to evaporate, to help maintain skin’s natural moisture balance and improve comfort for wearers.