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One System Colostomy Bag – NMD30904

One System Colostomy Bag

Description
  • Shape fit to human abdomen Special formulation.
  • Outer circle can prevent flange dissolution when you bathing Special agraffe makes bags more lightweight and portable.

Package: 10 pcs / bag

Max-cut: 15-55mm

Volume: 200ml

Bag: agraffe

Drainable One System Colostomy Bag

Drainable One System Colostomy Bag: A colostomy is surgery to create an opening called a stoma. The opening creates a passage from the large intestine to the outside of your body. This is so that solid stool and gas can leave the body through the stoma instead of passing through the rectum. The waste is collected in a pouch worn on the outside of the body. A colostomy can be temporary or permanent. RECOMMENDED FOR YOU How to Live With an Ostomy Bag Ileostomy How to Thrive While Living With an Ostomy Bag What is the large intestine? The large intestine is the lowest section of the digestive system. It has two parts, the colon and the rectum. The large intestine is below the small intestine, where nutrients are digested and absorbed into your bloodstream. Material you cannot digest moves from the small intestine into the colon. The colon absorbs water from the waste material and then stores it until your next bowel movement.   This illustration shows the 5 sections of the colon and rectum. The ascending colon is the beginning the large intestine into which the small intestine empties; it begins on the lower right side of the abdomen and then leads up to the transverse colon. The transverse colon crosses the top of the abdomen from right to left, leading to the descending colon, which takes waste down the left side. Finally, the sigmoid colon at the bottom takes waste a few more inches, down to the rectum. A cross-section of the rectum and sigmoid colon shows where waste leaves the body, through the anus. Copyright 2004 American Society of Clinical Oncology. Robert Morreale/Visual Explanations, LLC. Why do I need a colostomy? You may need a colostomy if: The large intestine is blocked or damaged, including by cancer or problems with the blood flow to the bowels Part of the large intestine is surgically removed You have a tear in the large intestine, causing an infection If you have certain types of cancer or other conditions, you may be more likely to need a colostomy. These include: Colorectal cancer Prostate cancer Ovarian cancer Uterine cancer Cervical cancer Chron's disease Ulcerative colitis Pre-cancerous polyps on the colon Purchase now high quality Drainable One System Colostomy Bag/ healthcare equipments online at best prices from Nexgen Medical. Drainable One System Colostomy Bag