ConvaTec Activelife One-Piece

ConvaTec is a trusted name in the field of ostomy systems. Convatec one-piece ostomy systems are used by professionals for more than 20 years. One-piece systems combine skin barrier and stoma pouch into a single unit. ActiveLife systems are lightweight, flexible and easy-to-use. They come with specially designed Stomahesive skin barriers which help in protecting the skin against semi-formed to formed stool. There are Durahesive skin barriers also, which protect the skin against urine and semi-liquid to liquid stool. Buy 1-Piece ostomy units like the ConvaTec ActiveLife One-Piece Transparent Drainable Pouch or the ConvaTec ActiveLife Opaque Drainable Pouch and many more reliable appliances at best prices on HPFY.

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Features of ConvaTec ActiveLife Ostomy Pouch

  • Available in a precut or cut-to-fit form.  
  • Ideal for day and night wear. 
  • Come with closed or open ends.
  • Closed end pouches are disposable and designed for one-time use.
  • Open end pouches come with different types of unique closures. 
  • Stomahesive and Durahesive skin barriers increase patient comfort. 
  • Durable comfort panel is odor-proof and quiet to maintain descretion. 
  • Ideal for sensitive skin.

How to apply ActiveLife One-Piece Ostomy Pouch?

  • Clean and dry skin surrounding the stoma site. 
  • Measure the stoma opening. 
  • Using the provided guidelines prepare the skin barrier. 
  • Remove the paper strip from the adhesive side of the barrier. 
  • Place the pouching system over the stoma site gently. 
  • Apply light pressure to the skin barrier particularly in the immediate areas surrounding the stoma. 
  • Smoothen the barrier onto your skin. 
  • Maintain gentle pressure on the wafer for 30-60 seconds to ensure that the wafer sticks securely. 

You must keep in mind that the stoma will be swollen immediately post-surgery. But it will shrink in size through the healing process. You must make sure to measure your stoma site regularly to ensure that you are wearing the correct size and to reduce the risk of leakage. Contact your healthcare professional for the measurement and the resizing needs.