Ostomy surgery is a life-saving procedure that gives ostomates a new lease on life. But searching through the vast sea of ostomy supplies can be daunting. We've made it easier with these 5 ostomy supplies for stoma care designed with your body and lifestyle in mind.
For those living with an ostomy, the seemingly unlimited number of ostomy wafers available can make your head spin. It certainly doesn’t seem like trial and error would be a sane option. So how do you know which ostomy wafer might be right for you? Let’s take a closer look at 5 best ostomy wafers at HPFY.
As you probably already know, good hygiene becomes even more important after ostomy surgery. Bathing with an ostomy is not difficult. The stoma does not interfere with being clean and there are many options available to keep the stoma from getting wet while showering or bathing. The type of stoma you have may play a part in what technique you choose. Learn about Christine Kijek's 5 tips for showering with ostomy bag.
Whether the colostomy is short or long-term, the supplies required will remain the same. In the hospital, the nursing staff will provide you with an ostomy pouch, skin barrier, and other items. Once you are home, you can explore other ostomy supply options. HPFY has a list of 7 essential colostomy supplies.
You have probably seen travel pill organizers in grocery stores or pharmacies. Are they all the same? The answer is no. There are many different types of pill boxes, and all have various features and benefits depending on your needs. Find the 10 Best Travel Pill Organizers at HPFY.
While hearing aids are often the first course of action, they are not considered to be assistive listening devices. However, advanced science and technology has designed gadgets for the hearing impaired that can be paired with hearing aids offering many more benefits than ever before. There are several types of assistive listening devices for the hearing impaired. Find 10 best assisted listening devices at HPFY.
PEG tube complications can be attributed to how a peg tube is inserted or removed. PEG tubes are generally safe and effective. However, it is important to learn about the feeding tube complications. READ MORE.