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Ostomy Skin Barrier Convex

convex ostomy wafer

Two Piece Convex Skin Barrier

Product Number:

Reorder No.  Description  Quantity
4060 1-1/4' (33mm)  40/5/Cs
4061 1-3/4' (43mm)  40/5/Cs

The convex hydrocolloid skin barrier has good adhesion ability and can effectively prevent leakage for a long time (up to 5-7 days). The skin barrier adheres to the skin around your stoma, which is soft and comfortable, skin-friendly, and non-sensitizing. Good absorption of exudate. Helps protect your skin from stoma discharge and keeps the pouch close to your body. In a two-piece system, the skin barrier is separate from the pouch, whereas, in a one-piece system, they are combined.

Raised shapes are easier to match with concave ones

The skin barrier includes:

· Standard Wear: Best for colostomies.

· Extended Wear: Designed to provide better protection for stoma output in people with ileostomy or urostomy where output can cause skin irritation.

Skin barrier openings vary from person to person and include:

· The safety coupling system is designed to click when connected to the flange.

· Cut to Fit: Can be cut to fit your unique stoma size.

· Pre-Cut: Available in multiple sizes to fit your stoma, no cutting required.

· Moldable: By molding around the stoma, this skin barrier creates a tight-fitting design that provides better leak protection than traditional barriers.

The road ahead will be long and our climb will be steep

Zhejiang Longterm Medical is a well-known China Ostomy Skin Barrier Convex suppliers and OEM Ostomy Skin Barrier Convex Company, specializing in the research and development, production and sales of high-end medical dressings. Our Ostomy Skin Barrier Convex have passed the US FDA certification, German TUV ISO13485 certification, CE certification.

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