Are existing FI management solutions increasing nursing burden?

Struggling with increasing hospital-acquired complications?

Are balloon catheters causing rectal injuries?

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Qoramatic Stool Management Kit

Automated fecal management system that uses negative suction

Fecal Incontinence affects clinical outcomes and hospital quality metrics

FI contributes to nurse burden

Frequent Repositioning
Frequent repositioning
Long working hours
Back pain and injuries
Back pain
and injuries
Nurse
burnout
Low Nurse Morale
Low
morale
Nurse attrition and retention
Attrition &
retention

Over 1500 cases of complications associated with balloon
catheters have been reported on FDA MAUDE

High radial pressure can potentially cause rectal trauma, bleeding, mucosal impairment, anal erosion, etc. These complications constitute for over 30% of cases reported on FDA MAUDE

We automated stool management so you
can save
174 minutes per day

Qoramatic Stool Management Kit

Proactive fecal diversion.

Reduce leakage and cross contamination

Zero radial pressure.

No inflation, no over-inflation

Reduce nursing time.

No Irrigation, milking or maintenance required

Intermittent suction and
irrigation

Qoramatic does not allow fecal exudate to build up in the rectal vault and proactively starts drawing output using negative pressure

  • Minimal manual intervention

  • Reduces leakage, cross contamination, and HACs

  • Keeps the patient dry, reduces skin breakdown, IASD.

Novel receptacle exerts zero
radial pressure on rectal
mucosa

IBCs exert high radial pressure on the mucosa that leads to patient discomfort, necrosis, erosion of anal canal, sphincter and rectal injuries.
  • No sensation of fullness
  • No inflation, no over-inflation
  • Superior patient comfort

Our singular focus is to develop incontinence care
products to help nurses like you

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Free Demo & Sample

How much time are nurses on your floor spending managing fecal incontinence?

Have you ever considered the balloon catheter you are using may be highly unsafe? Have you seen a physician discontinuing the use of fecal management systems that use balloon catheters?

Nurses spend over 174 minutes per day managing fecal e uents with absorbent pads, changing wound care dressings, and cleaning the patients. This keeps the nurses away from more clinically critical tasks, adds physical burden which is reported as a major source of frustration, fatigue, and attrition.

 

Currently, stool (bowel) incontinence is managed by a rectal tube, absorbent pads (chucks), or indwelling balloon catheters. High radial pressure in the rectum is linked with clinical complications such as necrosis, sphincter dysfunction, anorectal trauma, bleeding. Ine cient fecal management that leak result in
incontenence-associated dermatitis (IASD), pressure injuries (HAPI).

 

There are more than 1500 clinical incidences and adverse events reports associated with fecal (bowel) management systems on the FDA MAUDE database. Clinical studies recommend exerting caution while using balloon catheters to manage fecal/stool exudate, because of risks associated with high-pressure balloon catheters, and lack of control over injuries caused due to over-inflation.

 

Qoramatic reimagines incontinence management in non-ambulatory patients in ICUs. The product automates most post-insertion management processes that are typically required by balloon catheters. Qoramatic does not have an inflatable balloon, so there is no risk of over-inflation and minimized risk of injury to the rectal vault.

 

Qoramatic is the only closed-loop stool management kit on the market that exerts Zero radial pressure. There is no balloon or inflation required to anchor the
device inside the rectum, hence making it the safest fecal incontinence management device. Our device proactively draws fecal exudate away from the anorectal vault by using vacuum suction. This approach reduces leakage and thus prevents dermatitis, maceration, or skin injury. The fluid that is sprayed on the teat (receptacle) of the device, keeps the device clean, eliminates malodor, and maintains adequate microclimate in the rectum.

 

The Qoramatic drainage bag, are designed to last for 8 hours. Proactive fecal diversion eliminates the need for manually milking the fecal exudate into the bag.

 

This frees up valuable time for the nurses and can help save up to 174 minutes per day – that is almost 7-8 minutes every hour!
If you have more questions, we can connect you with our Clinical Education or Technical Team to answer them in real-time. Nurses/Hospitals can also request free Qoramatic stool management products for clinical evaluation in your units by writing to us.