Flexima® Active O' convex drainable bags

One-piece stoma bags

Flexima® Active O' convex drainable bags are designed for patients with a flush or slightly retracted stoma to ensure a good seal around the stoma. 

The wafer of Flexima® Active O' convex is flexible and has a gentle slope for an even pressure distribution and great skin tolerance. The drainable bags with an integrated Roll'up clamp are available in two sizes, midi and maxi. 


Gently sloping convexity:

  • gentle convexity to reduce leakages from flush or slightly retracted stomas
  • soft slope of 6 mm provided by an integrated soft flexible ring
  • atraumatic edge profile
  • three positions for belt fixation and to intensify the convexity effect(1)


Intuitive and secure closing system:

  • outlet with integrated self-gripping soft clamp
  • wide outlet opening of 7 cm 
  • softened edges for improved wearing comfort once the Roll'up outlet is closed
  • when folded and closed, the drainable bag is as compact as a stoma bag without bottom outlet 


High performance protected filter (HP):

  • improved deodorization capacity thanks to its high-tech breathable membrane
  • leakproof: water and oil resistant, permeable to gases


Colors and capacity:

In addition to transparent and beige stoma bags, we offer beige bags with an inspection window.  This combines both the discretion of a beige stoma bag and the practicality of visual control to check the stoma or stool characteristics and quantity easily. 

  • Midi:
    • bag capacity of +/- 700 ml (ISO 8670-2)
    • cut-to-fit Ø15-45 mm: beige with an inspection window
  • Maxi:
    • bag capacity of +/- 700 ml (ISO 8670-2)
    • cut-to-fit Ø15-45 mm: transparent and beige with inspection window



  • soft non-woven cover and odorproof plastic film
  • free of latex (PVC) and phthalates (DEHP)


Boxes of 10 drainable bags


One-piece drainable bags for collection of body effluents for anybody who has undergone intestinal surgery of the enterostomy type.

  • for flush or slightly retracted stomas
  • for stomas located in light or moderate skin folds



1) Hoeflok J, Salvadalena G, Pridham S, Droste W, McNichol L, Gray M. Use of Convexity in Ostomy Care. Results of an International Consensus Meeting. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2017;44(1):55-62. doi: 10.1097/WON.0000000000000291.