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Managing your urostomy

How to care for your urostomy

In the case of a urostomy, the output is a continuous flow of urine. If your urostomy contains a segment of intestine, as it is the case with an ileal conduit then the output will also contain some mucus. In any case, you will need to use a urostomy bag.

Urostomy bags

One-piece systems

In the case of a one-piece system, the wafer and the stoma bag are bounded together and must be changed together.

Urostomy bags

Two-piece systems

In the case of a two-piece system, the wafer and the bag are separated, before being attached together through a coupling system. The bag can be changed while the baseplate may remain in place for several days.

Mechanical coupling system

Flexima® 3S

Adhesive coupling system

Flexima® Key

Mechanical coupling system

Proxima® 2

Urine collection bags and accessories

We offer a large range of bedside and leg bags, which are all compatible with our urostomy bags. 

Stoma accessories

As urine output sometimes can be aggressive on the skin, you may consider the use of skin protective accessories. Sometimes a stoma belt can be useful for extra fixation. 

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