Anti-leakage Strip

ostomy skin protective strip

Product Number:

Reorder No.  Description  Quantity

4048

9mm*10.5cm

100/10/Cs

The leak-proof strip is usually made of soft silicone material, which has excellent elasticity and wear resistance and can be used for a long time. The design of the leak-proof strip can minimize the risk of body fluid leakage, ensure the cleanliness of patients, and avoid cross-infection.

The method of using the leak-proof strip is very simple, just install the leak-proof strip around the ostomy bag. The installation of the leak-proof strip can ensure the stability and sealing of the ostomy bag, and can also reduce the burden on the patient and improve comfort of the patient.

Product Description: Composed of viscose and viscose protective paper, it is used together with the ostomy chassis of the ostomy bag at one time.

Intended use: For filling depressions or folds of intact peristomal skin, providing a seal between the stoma and the stoma skin tray to protect the skin from stoma discharge. For intact skin around a stoma.

How to use:

 1. Make sure the skin around the stoma is clean and dry, take out the leak-proof strip, remove the protective film, and the leak-proof strip can be used.

2. Place a piece of the leak-proof strip on uneven skin and stick the leak-proof strip to the skin, the leak-proof strip must fill the entire cavity or fold so that the leak-proof strip is flush with the skin.

 

 

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