001 Pouch Flange Sandwich to Stop Leaks
Click here to see a demonstration of the pouch flange sandwich technique, which is used to form a superior seal around an ostomy pouch or wound manager to prevent leaks and Moisture Associated Skin Damage (MASD). This method can be used to secure a pouch or wound manager to the skin around a fistula or ostomy, or to a fistula isolation device. This technique is particularly helpful when a fistula bag keeps leaking and in cases of frequent ostomy pouch leaks.
002 Hybrid Pouch Dressing to Downsize Your Pouches
Click here for the the hybrid pouch dressing technique, which can help reduce the size of the ostomy pouch or wound manager needed in cases where a fistula or ostomy is adjacent to a wound. This method can be used to form a stable pouch landing area and contain intestinal effluent while treating the wound area with advanced wound dressings. This technique has the potential to reduce the size and associated cost of ostomy pouches and wound managers.
003 Dressing Change Checklist
Click here to learn about the dressing change checklist, which is an important tool for successful and efficient dressing changes. Ensuring the patient is prepared for their change and having all the right dressing materials on hand is the recipe for success.
005 Fistula Funnel
Click here to learn about the Fistula Funnel, which can be used to form a seal around smaller fistulas and ostomies, as well as medical tubes such as a fecal management system, urinary catheter or leaking PEG tube.