Coloplast SenSura Standard Wear Maxi Urostomy Pouch 10 3/8" 10/bx
With Coloplast's SenSura 1-piece urostomy, the SenSura double-layer barrier is permanently attached to the pouch. To change the pouch, the entire appliance is removed and replaced all at once. The SenSura 1-piece urostomy is available with flat or convex barriers. This full line includes transparent and opaque pouches with barriers that are pre-cut (already cut to size) or "cut-to-fit" (meaning they can be cut to achieve a custom fit).
Coloplast 11814 Product Specifications:
Type: Urostomy Multi-Chamber, Standard Wear
Stoma Opening: 5/8" to 1-5/16" Cut-to-Fit Convex
Size: 10-3/8" L, 400 mL
Closure: Anti-Reflux Valve, Belt Tabs
Backing: Soft Cloth on Back
Includes: Box of 10
SenSura double-layer adhesive, for security and skin care
The unique SenSura adhesive has two different layers, which is designed to deliver the security needed to live every day with confidence:
The Protection layer - protects the skin from stoma output
The Skin care layer - keeps skin healthy by absorbing any excess moisture
A comfortable and discreet pouch
SenSura 1-piece urostomy has a range of different features designed to offer the most comfort and discretion:
Anti-reflux valve - prevents the urine from washing over the stoma, reducing the risk of urinary infections.
Soft tuck-away outlet - easy to use and can be tucked away when it's not in use. This prevents it from rubbing on your leg, offering more comfort and more discretion.
Multi-chambers - the pouch has been divided into different chambers which spread the urine evenly within the pouch. This allows it to have a flat and discreet profile while reducing any splashing sounds.
Convex light, for stomas that are difficult to manage
SenSura 1-piece urostomy is available with a convex light barrier. The oval shape of the convex light barrier is designed specifically to help a stoma that is difficult to manage: for example, a stoma that is flush, retracted, or located in a skin fold. It applies light & directed pressure on the peristomal skin to reduce any risk of leakage by allowing the stoma to protrude.