What is a colostomy?
A colostomy is a surgical procedure in which a stoma is formed by drawing the healthy end of the large intestine or colon through an incision in the anterior abdominal wall and suturing it into place. This opening, in conjunction with the attached stoma appliance, provides an alternative channel for feces to leave the body. It may be reversible or irreversible depending on the circumstances.
The ways of removing the feces from the body through the stoma requires the use of the existing colostomy appliance, which involves attaching a flange to the skin with adhesives, then attaching the bag (two pieces). The other way is to apply the flange with the attached bag with it to the skin. EIther way, the bag must be attached to the patient at all times. Weather conditions, taking showers, and other variables affect the adhesive and might cause it to be separated.
In order to attach the flange, you must first measure the diamater of the stoma and cut exactly to size.
Colosafe is different:
Colosafe is safe to use and is so simple to use & handle.
Forget about measurement of stoma to align the flange on.
Forget about adhesives to attach the flange to the skin.
No need for paste or adhesive remover because there is no adhesive use with Colosafe.
Colosafe is a one product system, it doesn’t require additional products such as: protective barrier wips, skin barriers, adhesive remover wipes, sting free adhesive, Stomahesive Paste, protective powder, stips, seals, and much more. colosafe is the best answer for the management of colostomy patients. It allows patients to live worry-free life and have confidence in participating in daily activities such as traveling, swimming, sports, intimate relationships, etc..
Colosafe is economic, it does also eliminate all the unnecessary costs used for current appliances.
Colosafe helps to eliminate most of the drawback of the currently used appliances in the management of colostomy patients, such as:
1. Carrying the bag 24/7.
2. Skin irritation.
3. Adhesive use.
4. Narrowing the stoma.
6. Accidental separation of the bag.