Two System Colostomy Bag (flange)
If you have been diagnosed with a colostomy, your life will be forever changed. The 2 Piece Colostomy Bag System is designed to allow you to change the ostomy bag without removing the skin or baseplate. Making this process much easier on patients and caregivers.
Package: 5 pcs / bag
Max-cut: 15-45 / 25-57mm
Diamrter: 108 /118mm
A colostomy bag is an external appliance that is worn over a stoma. It collects waste from the body and prevents it from leaking out. A colostomy bag can be used on a temporary or permanent basis. There are many different types of colostomy bags available on the market today. The most common type is the one-piece system, which consists of a bag and a flange that attaches to the skin around the stoma. This type of system is easy to use and provides a good seal around the stoma. Another type of colostomy bag is the two-piece system. This system consists of a bag and a wafer that attach to the skin around the stoma. The wafer creates a seal around the stoma, while the bag collects waste from the body. The Piece Colostomy Bag System is a new type of two-piece system that allows you to change your ostomy bag without being disfigured. This system consists of a reusable bag and a disposable wafer that attach to the skin around the stoma. The wafer create a seal around the stoma, while the bag collects waste from the body. The Piece Colostomy Bag System is a great alternative to the one-piece and two-piece systems. It is easy to use and provides a good seal around the stoma.
The 2 Piece Colostomy Bag System is an easy and convenient way to change your ostomy bag without having to remove your clothes. This system consists of two parts: the baseplate and the Ostomy Pouch. The baseplate is placed over the stoma and held in place with a skin barrier or adhesive. The Ostomy Pouch is then placed over the baseplate and attaches to the skin barrier with a flange. This system allows you to easily change your ostomy bag without having to remove your clothes or disfigure your body.
The colostomy bag is a device that is used to collect waste from the body after a person has had their large intestine removed. The bag is usually attached to the skin around the stoma, which is an opening in the abdomen that leads to the small intestine. There are two types of colostomy bags: temporary and permanent. A temporary colostomy bag may be needed if you have had surgery on your large intestine and need time for it to heal. A permanent colostomy bag may be needed if you have had a total colectomy, in which your entire large intestine has been removed. If you have a colostomy bag, you will need to learn how to care for it and change it when necessary. It is important to keep the skin around the stoma clean and dry to prevent infection. You will also need to empty the bag regularly. The Piece Colostomy Bag System allows you to change your ostomy bag without being disfigured. The system includes everything you need to change your ostomy bag, including:
-A disposable liner that fits inside your existing ostomy bag
-An adhesive ring that goes around the stoma
-A cap that covers the stoma while you change the liner
The two piece system has many advantages over the one piece system. The most obvious advantage is that it allows you to change your ostomy bag without having to remove your clothes. This can be a huge advantage when you are out in public or in a situation where removing your clothes would be difficult or embarrassing. Another advantage of the two piece system is that it is generally more comfortable to wear. The reason for this is that the stoma opening is not sealed off by the ostomy bag, so there is less chance of irritation and chafing. Additionally, the two piece system gives you more options when it comes to choosing an ostomy bag that fits your needs and lifestyle.
The main disadvantage of the Piece colostomy bag system is that it can be expensive. The bags and accessories can cost upwards of $200, and insurance may not cover the entire cost. Additionally, the bag must be changed frequently, which can add up to a significant expense over time. Another disadvantage is that the bag must be removed and replaced every time you need to empty it. This can be inconvenient and may cause disruptions in your daily routine. Finally, some people may feel self-conscious or embarrassed about wearing an ostomy bag. The Piece system does allow you to change your bag without being disfigured, but it is still visible under clothing. This may impact your ability to participate in certain activities or wear certain types of clothing.