Punky44 wrote:MissMolly is this the one you have?
https://www.coloplast.us/sensura-mio-1- ... en-us.aspx
Punky44 wrote: . . .—if we end up switching to the Coloplast one piece (wafer/bag combo), would we still be able to use the Hollister barrier rings we already ordered?
I am glad that Lee has posted with her input and suggestions. Thanks for hoping onboard to this thread, Lee.
Punky44 wrote:Another question with the Coloplast Mio—
This video: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h4OUavZ3ATU
Do you guys do the step they tell you to do at 1:07 where they say to make the hole into a spout shape? I wouldn’t even be able to mold like this with the current wafer.
Punky44 wrote:Thank you Lee! What’s the difference between the thicker and thinner? Does the thicker offer more protection?
Lee wrote:The last thing I'm going to say, as going to bed soon.
Smith & Nephew No-Sting Skin Prep.
Forget the generic brand preps, forget the wipes, this is a spray, get it. Game changer, at least for me.
Not sure where you live, butt if you are in a major city, look up medical supply store fronts. Places that sell walkers, lift up chairs, electric scooters, and hospital beds, etc. Chances are they also sell some ostomy products. And this Skin Care Prep.
Hope this helps,
NO-STING SKIN-PREP is a versatile, alcohol-free, liquid film forming skin protectant which can be used on intact or damaged skin to help prevent irritation caused by:
Moisture associated dermatitis from wound exudate or ostomy effluent
Incontinence associated dermatitis
Caustic drainage from tracheostomy tubes, nutrition feeding tubes, (g-tubes, j-tubes)
Friction in high risk areas:
Between skin folds
Under oxygen masks, cannula and tubing
At central or peripheral infusion sites
From ET tubes
From condom catheters
From Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Around surgical incisions
From tape stripping
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