Learn about the importance of measuring the stoma and using skin barrier cutting guides.
To prevent leakage and keep peristomal skin healthy, it’s important to measure the stoma regularly and cut a skin barrier opening that is the right size and shape. Stoma size can change over time – especially during the first 1.5 to 2 months after surgery, as swelling diminishes.
If you have patients that wear a cut-to-fit skin barrier, we have both round and oval cutting guides to help you create an opening that will ensure a snug fit.
View our videos on how to care for a stoma, and how to change one-piece and two-piece stoma appliances.Read More
View a notebook that patients with a stoma can use to document important medical and personal information.Read More
View a series of cards providing simple visuals on how to change a stoma pouch and care for a stoma.Read More
We've complied a list of terms you may have heard, explained simply and clearly.
Soft convexity, drainable, opaque pouch with viewing option.Learn More
Soft convexity, opaque pouch with viewing option, pre-cut or cut-to-fit.Learn More
Extra security against leakage.Learn More
Prior to use, be sure to read the Instructions for Use for information regarding Intended Use, Contraindications, Warnings, Precautions, and Instructions.
The information provided herein is not medical advice and is not intended to substitute for the advice of your personal physician or other healthcare provider. This information should not be used to seek help in a medical emergency. If you experience a medical emergency, seek medical treatment in person immediately.
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