Trace the size and shape of the stoma using the stoma guide. Cut the hole to fit the size and shape of the stoma. To reduce the risk of leakage and skin problems it is very important that the hole fits perfectly around the stoma. Cutting is easier if you use a curved pair of scissors. Ensure that the skin is clean and dry before you proceed with the application of your bag.
Removal of the protective film
Place a thumb on the white tab and pull the blue release tab away from the base plate to remove the protective film.
Apply the base plate around the stoma. To ensure a perfect fit around the stoma, fold the pouch backwards, press firmly against the skin starting at the bottom and smoothing upwards with your fingers. Please remember to close the outlet before use.
Fold up outlet on Soft Cover pouch
The outlet can be hidden in the pocket on the front to make it more comfortable and discreet.
Drainage of urostomy pouch
Hold the plug/end of the outlet upwards and squeeze the outer end of outlet, pull out the plug, and relax your hold on the outlet and drain the pouch. After complete drainage, ensure that the outlet is firmly closed with the plug fully inserted.
Removal of the pouch
Hold the white tab on the base plate and gently pull the bag away from the skin. Apply light pressure on the skin with your free hand as you peel the pouch downwards.
Coloplast Night bag
For greater security we suggest you use the Coloplast urostomy night bag, specially designed to connect directly into the SenSura urostomy pouch. However, the SenSura urostomy pouches can be connected to all types of overnight drainage bags by using the supplied connector. The narrow end is pushed into the outlet of the SenSura urostomy pouch and the other end is connected to the night drainage system.