ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal
ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal

ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal

Brand/Manufacturer: CONVATEC
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  • Latex Free

ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal is a donut-shape ostomy accessory that acts as a gasket or barrier and provides enhanced protection for hard-to-fit stomas. It can be molded to a variety of shapes to help prevent leakage around the stoma by acting as filler for uneven skin surfaces. The unique moldable hydrocolloid barrier forms a gel that helps prevent skin damage by sealing the area between the skin and ostomy appliance.

Why to buy Eakin Ostomy Seal?

  • Protect skin from contact with body fluids
  • Moldable and moisture-absorbing
  • Prevent leakage around the stoma
  • Act as filler for uneven skin surfaces

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
839002 Small, 2" Outer Diameter and 1/6" Thick Each $0.26
$8.49
$5.29
839002 Small, 2" Outer Diameter and 1/6" Thick 20/Pack $5.27
$147.78
$105.49
839005 Slim, 2" Outer Diameter and 1/8" Thick Each $0.26
$6.64
$5.11
839005 Slim, 2" Outer Diameter and 1/8" Thick 10/Pack $2.40
$72.99
$47.99
839001 Large, 4" Outer Diameter and 1/8" Thick Each $0.27
$7.50
$5.39
839001 Large, 4" Outer Diameter and 1/8" Thick 10/Pack $2.70
$86.45
$53.99
839006 StomaWrap, 85mm Outer Diameter, 3mm Thick 10/Pack $2.90
$91.99
$57.99

ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal Features

  • Perfect for everyday peristomal skin protection from irritation
  • Durable and reliable
  • Eakins Seals prevents leakage by forming a waterproof barrier around the stoma
  • Heal sore and irritated skin
  • Completely moldable to ensure a perfect fit every time
  • Quick and simple to use - no sting when placed on sore skin
  • Increase pouch wear-time
  • Will not lose adhesive qualities through handling
  • Eakin Barrier Rings designed to help protect the skin from contact with body fluids
  • Maximum Protection
  • Flush/Retracted Stomas
  • Used for sensitive skin and in hospital
  • Doughnut hole: 3/4"

When to use ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Seal?


Convatec Eakin User Manual

What to Buy with ConvaTek Ostomy Seal?


Types of Eakin Ostomy Seals

Convatec 839002 Small Seal


Small

Eakin Small Seal (Convatec 839002) provides maximum protection to the skin around the Stoma. It helps prevent leakage from heavy fluids.

ConvaTec Eakin Stoma Seal - Slim


Slim

Eakin Slim Seal is ideal for daily use and for patient who change their ostomy pouches frequently

ConvaTec Eakin Seal - Large


Large

Large Eakin Seal is ideal to use for urostomies to cover a large area of Stoma

ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Ostomy Seal - StomaWrap


StomaWrap

Eakin StomaWrap Sized Seal is ideal to use when quick pouch changing required. It is perfect barrier seal for irregular shaped or oval shaped Stamas


How To Use Eakin Ostomy Seal?

Preparation and Application of Convatec Eakin Seal

  • Make sure the skin surrounding the stoma is clean, dry, and free from oils, creams, and/or soap residues.
  • Stretch to fit around the stoma. For some people, its easier to apply the Eakin Cohesive Seal directly to the skin. To apply the seal around stoma, remove release paper from both sides of the seal and shape or stretch it to fit
  • The seal may be cut and rejoined to fit around difficult sites.
  • Then place the seal on body and carefully mold it, making sure to have a snug fit around stoma.

Filling In Uneven Skin:

  • Fill in uneven areas. Some people need to fill in uneven peristomal skin to help prevent leakage.
  • To apply, remove the release paper from both sides of the seal, break the seal into smaller pieces, and roll or mold.
  • User can cut and rejoin the seal as necessary.
  • When the Eakin Cohesive Seal is shaped, press it into skin. Once the seal is in contact with skin, gently smooth it or mold it further and achieve a custom fit.

Attaching the Ostomy Pouching System

  • Two-Piece System: If user have already placed the seal around stoma, press the skin barrier to skin and the seal, then apply pouch to the skin barrier. If user have applied the seal directly to the skin barrier, apply the skin barrier to skin, then apply pouch.
  • One-Piece System: If user have already placed the seal around stoma, apply pouching system over the seal. If user have applied the seal to system, attach the pouching system to skin.

Eakins Seals Removal:

  • Gently remove the ostomy pouch system by peeling from the body.
  • Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barriers will not harm the skin when being removed from the body. Residue can be removed from the skin by rolling and peeling.
  • An emulsifying agent or medical adhesive remover can be used topically to remove tackiness from the body.


Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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How do I remove the seal?
Haley - 9/15/2014 8:10:58 AM
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  • Gently remove the ostomy pouch system by peeling from the body.
  • Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barriers will not harm the skin when being removed from the body. Residue can be removed from the skin by rolling and peeling.
  • An emulsifying agent or medical adhesive remover can be used topically to remove tackiness from the body.
Customer Care - 9/16/2014 12:40:50 AM
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When should I avoid using it?
Daniela - 9/11/2014 7:56:46 AM
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Do not use to cover broken skin or open wounds. Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barriers should not be used on individuals who are sensitive to or who have developed a sensitivity or allergic reaction to the product.
Customer Care - 9/12/2014 7:51:17 AM
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What are the indications for usage?
dinah - 9/3/2014 7:27:40 AM
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Eakin Cohesive Seals and Skin Barriers can be used for skin protection as:
  • An ostomy seal for ileostomies, colostomies, and urostomies
  • An external packing agent on uneven skin
  • A sealing agent around wounds, fistulas, and surgical drains
Customer Care - 9/4/2014 12:26:34 AM
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How do I apply the Eakin Cohesive Seal?
Gerald - 8/12/2014 12:10:22 AM
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  • Make sure the skin is clean, dry, and free from any solvent or greasy substances. 
  • Remove the release paper from both surfaces and gently mold, roll, stretch or compress the Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barrier to any shape to fit the requirements of the patient’s body. Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barrier may be cut and rejoined to fit around difficult sites.
  • Gently apply to the skin with a little pressure and hold in place for about 30 seconds.
  • Gently smooth the Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barrier towards the base of the stoma, or the edge of the wound, fistula or drainage site to ensure a secure seal.
  • Place the ostomy pouching system directly onto the surface of the Eakin Cohesive Seals or Skin Barrier and hold in place with gentle pressure until secure.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 11:41:11 PM
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When should Small Eakin Cohesive Seals be used?
Tracy - 8/5/2014 12:22:58 AM
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  • To offer MAXIMUM protection against pouch leakage
  • To provide MAXIMUM absorbancy
  • To heal sore, irritated skin
  • To extend pouch weartime
  • To provide “soft” convexity for flush or retracted stomas (but not to substitute convex pouches)
  • For use with high output stomas/fistulae.
Customer Care - 8/6/2014 11:46:30 PM
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