Managing DIARRHEA in bedridden
patients doesn’t have to be challenging.


We’ve made the safest and most economical solution for
effective fecalcontainment in bedridden patients.



suffer from fecal incontinence or diarrhea
across the continuum of care.

Leads To Infection

Contamination due to virulent pathogens found in fecal
exudate is an established risk factor for complications like
pressure ulcers, catheter-associated infections, and spread
of nosocomial infections.


Patients infected with Clostridium
are 2x more likely to be
readmitted into the ICU


Fecal contamination of open wounds
and central lines can result in blood
stream infections, increasing
mortality rates up to 40%


Up to 69% of catheter associated
urinary tract infections are clinically
linked to fecal pathogens


Bedridden diarrhea patients are
22-37x more likely to develop
dermatitis and maceration that
increases ALOS by 4-5 days

Fecal exposure causes

over 135,000

hospital-acquired complications annually,
attributing to over

$2.5 Billion

in healthcare expenditure

Hospitals lose millions of dollars in poor clinical

outcomes, withheld Medicare reimbursements, and

missed quality targets due to fecal contamination


per patient bed-day in material
and labor costs for traditional methods of fecal containment


in added cost per case managing HACs: CDI, HAPU, CAUTI,
and sepsis


in CMS fines to each of the
bottom 25 hospitals;
760 facilities fined avg. of
$360K in FY2016


of secondary interventions, increased mortality & morbidity,
and legal liabilities

Potential Cost Savings

Enter your facility’s data to find out how QoraTM can help you
achieve your clinical and financial performance targets:

Enter Name of Hospital:
Number of acute care beds:
Number of HAPU cases per year:
Number of C. diff cases per year:
Number of CLABSI cases per year:
Number of CAUTI cases per year:
Current choice of fecal containment:
Type of care facility: