According to different use groups, nursing pads can be divided into baby care pads, maternity care pads, and adult care pads.
The baby care pad is mainly used for newborns to isolate urine to ensure that the underlying tweezers or mattresses are not wetted by urine, so the baby care pad is also known as a urine barrier. When the baby care pad is wet, it is best to replace it immediately to ensure that your baby's butt is dry.
Maternal care pads are essential for postpartum products for women, also known as calving pads. Just after the birth of a child, a large amount of lochia will flow out every day for the first half of the month. The general sanitary napkins can't be satisfied. At this time, a special maternity care mat is needed. The maternal care mat is used, usually from the first time after delivery to the entire puerperal bleeding and lochia discharge. 
Adult care pads are mainly used for post-operative and deaf people as well as those who cannot take care of themselves. The adult care pad is easy to replace and can be used to ensure that the mattress under the building is not soiled.