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NorthShore Booster Pads with Adhesive, X-Large, Case/72 (6/12s)

A Booster adds absorbency to a disposable undergarment. When filled with liquid, it flows through into the diaper or brief. NorthShore™ Booster Pads have higher absorbency, more sizes & lower cost than most other brands. Slim, soft & super-absorbent. Has adhesive backing that holds it in place and enables you to stack multiple boosters.

NorthShore Item No.: 1513

Model No.: 1513

Availability: In stock

$44.99
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Disposable
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Latex Free
Latex Free
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Description:

NorthShore's Booster Pad diaper doublers are designed to add absorbency to minimize changes, especially at night. A better solution than a plastic backed liner which will leak at the sides, the Microsorb lining is designed to fill to capacity then flow-through into the diaper or pull-on. They are softer and slimmer than most other booster pads, economical, keep skin drier and rash-free, and reduce linen changes. Latex-free, and safe for those who are allergic to natural rubber proteins. Do not flush. Made in USA with USA & Imported Components.

Features Include:

  • Exclusively at NorthShore

    Designed with feedback from our valued customers, the NorthShore Booster pads are available in sizes and absorbencies not offered by any other brands...and at a lower price!

  • Super-absorbent

    Microsorb lining contains super-absorbent polymers that lock away wetness into odor-free gel.

  • Flow-Through Design

    After pads fills, moisture flows-through to absorbent undergarment to minimize leaks and changes.

  • Contoured Boosters

    Extra protection wings in front and rear ideal for bowel incontinence.

  • Adhesive Backing on All Sizes

    Remove tape to use adhesive strip on back to hold firmly in place.

  • Made in USA with USA & Imported Components

    Latex-free.

Brand NorthShore
UPC 893947015134
Model 1513
Manufacturer NorthShore Care Supply
Country of Manufacture USA with USA & Imported Components
Piece Weight 2.3 oz.
Absorbency 25 oz.
Absorbent Zone 10 x 6 x 10 in. Full 19.75 in.
Dimensions (Actual Size) 13 x 23.5 in.
Crotch Width 6 in.
Shop For Women, Men
Incontinence Type Urinary, Bowel, Urinary+Bowel
Reusability Disposable
Color White
Backsheet Flow-thru
Odor Control Excellent
Leak Guards No
Adhesive Backing Yes
Individually Wrapped No
Varies by Size/Qty 0.62
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Drop Ship from Mfg? No

How do i figure out what will fit in my diaper? &nbsp;I would like to figure out what size would be needed for the large northshore supreme brief

Asked by: Bbenn
We would recommend using a size large booster pad or any size below that. It depends on how much additional absorbency you're looking for as well.
Answered by: NorthShoreCareSupply
Date published: 2017-02-24

In re: to sizing, would I order the same size of the garment it is going in or would I size down?

Asked by: AnitaSedative
When choosing the right booster pad it's important to find one that will fit the core width of the pull on or tab style brief currently used. Usually with pull ons the width tends to be more narrow, so going down a size would be recommended. If a tab style brief is used they tend to have a larger width which can allow for a larger booster pad. Typically we don't want to cover any leak guards if that's something that the disposable undergarment features.
Answered by: NorthShoreCareSupply
Date published: 2017-01-18

Which size booster pad will fit inside the leak guards of the NorthShore size medium pull on briefs best?

Asked by: Nurse Nancy
We would recommend the size small or medium booster pad depending on the amount of absorbency you're looking for. The size small will add 15oz and the medium will add 18oz to the pull on.
Answered by: NorthShoreCareSupply
Date published: 2017-01-18

I am experiencing leakage on the sides. I wear small diapers and tried both small and medium boosters. Any suggestions?

Asked by: Jenna2
Medium booster pads in a small undergarment may be going past the leak guards, which can contribute to leakage. The small booster pads should be a better solution, but if you're still experiencing leaks, perhaps we can assist you with alternate products or revisit your sizing needs. You may also want to consider using a diaper cover to help contain leaks, especially when sleeping. We would be happy to discuss your needs and try to help you further. Please feel free to contact customer service at 800-563-0161 if you would like additional assistance.
Answered by: NorthShoreCare
Date published: 2015-10-27

What's the maximum absorbency of these?&nbsp;

Asked by: BaronVonTomas
There are six sizes of NorthShore Booster pads. Absorbencies range from 12 oz. (X-Small) to 32 oz. (2X-Large). You can see all the sizes and absorbencies by clicking on &quot;Size/Absorbency Chart&quot; next to the size drop-down or also by visiting our Boosters Comparison Chart at http://www.northshorecare.com/boosters-pad-comparison-chart
Answered by: NorthShoreCare
Date published: 2015-03-25

Are these latex free?

Asked by: Wohlly1
These are completely latex free, all of our booster pads are.
Answered by: NorthShoreCare
Date published: 2015-03-17

Is there anything out on the market similar to the Tena men's guard but with the diaper doubler capacity? My dad really likes the NorthShore booster pads but if there were something more triangular shaped for men that would be great!

Asked by: Cristina

Would the xl pads fit in the abena abri-form m4? Or would they just sit on top of the leak guards?

Asked by: Kane
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