• New Image Ostomy Pouch Hollister 18734


    New Image 2-Piece Beige Ostomy Pouch 2-3/4'' Flange 60 per Box

    Package Count: 60. Care for a stoma with the reliable appliance it needs using the New Image™ Two-Piece Closed Ostomy Pouch. Detachable for emptying, it's recommended for 2¾-inch stomas with predictable output. The cloth-like QuietWear™ material...

  • New Image Urostomy Pouch Hollister 18914


    New Image 2-Piece Drainable Beige Urostomy Pouch 9''

    The New Image™ Two-Piece Urostomy Pouch has a tap at the bottom, which allows it to be connected to a bedside collector with the use of the adapter provided. The anti-reflux feature in pouch minimizes backflow of urine and helps protect the skin barrier...

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  • New Image Urostomy Pouch Hollister 18904


    New Image 2-Piece Drainable Transparent Urostomy Pouch 9''

    The New Image™ Two-Piece Drainable Urostomy Pouch features a tap at the bottom that allows it to connect to a bedside collector. The pouch's anti-reflux design decreases the effects of urine backflow and is intended for use with the New Image™ skin...

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  • New Image Ostomy Pouch Hollister 18383


    New Image 2-Piece Transparent Ostomy Pouch 7''

    New Image™ Two-Piece Closed End Filtered Ostomy Pouch is designed to be removed after use. These pouches are most suitable for colostomies or for stomas with less frequent or more predictable output. The AF300™ filter allows for a slow release and...

  • CeraPlus Urostomy Pouch Hollister 841311


    CeraPlus 1-Piece Urostomy Pouch Soft Convex, Trim to Fit 9'' CeraPlus

    Use the CeraPlus™ Soft Convex One-Piece Urostomy Pouch to collect urine after bladder surgery. This urostomy pouch is designed to maintain it's adhesive properties and has a formula designed to help protect the skins natural moisture barrier. The tap is...

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  • New Image CeraPlus Ostomy Barrier Hollister 11505


    New Image CeraPlus Convex Beige Precut, Extended Wear Ostomy Barrier

    This New Image™ Convex CeraPlus™ Skin Barrier with a 2-1/4-inch flange with a pre-sized opening helps you manage peristomal skin. It's intended for use with many types of pouches made by New Image™. It contains ceramide, which is a naturally occurring...

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  • Adapt CeraRing Skin Barrier Ring Hollister 89601


    Adapt CeraRing Oval Beige Moldable, Extended Wear Skin Barrier Ring

    Deliver improved outcomes and versatility with Adapt™ CeraRing™ Moldable Beige Oval Convex Barrier Rings. They're easy to apply and simplify ostomy care for many individuals. Designed with durability in mind, Hollister® barrier rings feature the...

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Ostomy Care

Adjusting to life with an ostomy can be challenging, but there are ways to help make ostomy care easier. Whether you are searching for products for yourself or a loved one, here is what you need to know about ostomy supplies and maintenance.

What is an Ostomy?

An ostomy is a surgical procedure where a doctor creates an opening in the belly, or stoma, to connect the intestine to the skin's surface. There are two types of ostomies. An ileostomy involves the small intestine, while a colostomy opens to the colon. Your healthcare team will discuss all your options with you before the surgery and will also supervise care.

Types of Ostomy Systems

There are two major types of ostomy systems.

One-piece Ostomy Systems: A one-piece ostomy system has the ostomy bag or pouch and the ostomy barrier, the part that sits flush against the skin and around the stoma, joined together. This type of system is easy to apply and remove because you are changing both the bag and the skin barrier at the same time. Manufacturers offer a variety of one-piece systems:
  • Sizes range from 1.25 inches to around 3 inches.
  • You can choose a transparent or opaque bag.
  • Skin barrier features vary by manufacturer.

    Two-piece Ostomy Systems: Two-Piece Ostomy Systems: A two-piece ostomy system has a pouch separate from the skin barrier with a phalange that connects them. This allows you to switch between bags to easily suit your activities. You can get two-piece systems in a variety of sizes, transparency types, and skin barrier types. With two-piece systems, you can also mix and match the pouch and the skin barrier.

    Closed-End vs. Drainable Pouches

    In addition to choosing between one-piece and two-piece systems, ostomy users will also pick between drainable and closed-end pouches. You can remove, clean, and reuse a drainable pouch, thus reducing costs. With closed-end pouches, you throw the pouch away and replace it with a new one.

    Ostomy Skincare Overview

    Because the ostomy bag sits against the skin of your belly, you will need to pay extra attention to the skin around that area. If you notice itching or irritation, you should:
  • Carefully remove the ileostomy or colostomy bag and, if you have a 2-piece system, remove the skin barrier.
  • Clean and dry the skin under the pouch.
  • Use ostomy powder or other skin protection on the skin.
  • Carefully reattach or replace the pouch.
  • Contact your doctor or ostomy nurse if irritation persists.

    Ostomy Skincare Supplies

    You can find excellent ostomy skincare products to help protect your skin. These include:
  • Ostomy Powder: Apply the powder to clean, dry skin around the stoma to increase comfort and avoid skin irritation.
  • Ostomy Barrier Wipes and Sprays: You can spray or wipe these before attaching the skin barrier for increased comfort.
  • Barrier Adhesive Removers: These dissolve the adhesive from the skin barrier for easy barrier removal.
  • No-Sting Barrier Cleansers: You can find these as either wipes or a spray. The cleanser has an alcohol-free formula, so it will not hurt when you are cleaning the skin around the barrier.

    Ostomy Accessories

    There are a wide variety of ostomy accessories to help make your ostomy easier to manage. These include:
  • Paste: The paste helps create an even surface to make the area less bulky and prevents drainage from getting under the skin barrier.
  • Rings: Use rings to fill uneven surfaces and improve the fit between the ostomy and stoma for better protection.
  • Deodorant: Add this to the pouch to help eliminate odor. Lubricating deodorants also help reduce the smell.
  • Elastic Barrier Strips: These add extra security to the barrier.
  • Strip Paste: If you are using strips, you can use a strip paste to get an even surface underneath.
  • Ostomy Belts: Attaches the barrier and pouch to your body to minimize movement.