Saket Stoma Belt holds the pouching system (stoma bag) close to the abdomen, flattens skin folds and reduces unwanted lifts. This results in better drainage into the pouch and prevents leakage of stool under the flange. Stoma bag is not included with this belt.
- Ostomy belts help support the weight of the ostomy appliances, which attach to the stoma.
- The belt attaches to the ostomy bag through loops and then wraps around the person’s entire abdomen.
- These belts are known as accessories in the ostomy world, however, they might be more necessary than you think.
About This Item
- A stoma is an opening on the abdomen that can be connected to either your digestive or urinary system to allow waste (urine or faeces) to be diverted out of your body.
- It looks like a small, pinkish, circular piece of flesh that is sewn to your body.
- It may lie fairly flat to your body or protrude out.
- The mattress will support the ostomy pouch as it fills.
- Sleeping on the opposite side from your stoma is fine too, you can just hold a pillow up against your abdomen or set your pouch on a pillow next to you so the weight as it fills does not wake you up.
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Specification For This Product Family
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- You should obviously handle your stoma with care, but there is no need to be afraid of touching it.
- To clean it, simply use tap water and soft medical wipes or soft cotton wool.
- The stoma and the skin around it doesn’t need soap for cleansing, and in fact, soap could irritate it – as could baby wipes.
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Adapt ostomy belts are made of elastic and will stretch out with repeated use. Belts should typically be replaced two to three times per year to help ensure their effectiveness. Most people have at least two belts — one to wear, and one for back-up.