Hollister New Image Two-Piece Convex Pre-cut CeraPlus Skin Barrier With Remois Technology
Hollister New Image Two-Piece Convex Pre-cut CeraPlus Skin Barrier With Remois Technology

Hollister New Image Two-Piece Convex Pre-cut CeraPlus Skin Barrier With Remois Technology

Brand/Manufacturer: HOLLISTER INCORPORATED
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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Hollister New Image Two-Piece Convex Pre-cut CeraPlus Skin Barrier With Remois Technology is designed to maintain adhesive properties and features a formulation to protect the skins natural moisture barrier. The CeraPlus skin barrier is infused with ceramide, a naturally occurring lipid in the skin, which protects against dryness.

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
11503 Green, 1.75" (44mm) Flange Size, 0.875" (22mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack $2.50
$109.99
$49.99
11503 Green, 1.75" (44mm) Flange Size, 0.875" (22mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack, 36pk/Case $126.50
$3089.99
$2529.99
11504 Green, 1.75" (44mm) Flange Size, 1" (25mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack $2.50
$109.99
$49.99
11504 Green, 1.75" (44mm) Flange Size, 1" (25mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack, 36pk/Case $126.50
$3089.99
$2529.99
11505 Red, 2.25" (57mm) Flange Size, 1.125" (29mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack $2.50
$109.99
$49.99
11505 Red, 2.25" (57mm) Flange Size, 1.125" (29mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack, 36pk/Case $126.50
$3089.99
$2529.99
11506 Red, 2.25" (57mm) Flange Size, 1.25" (32mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack $2.50
$109.99
$49.99
11506 Red, 2.25" (57mm) Flange Size, 1.25" (32mm) Stoma Opening 5/Pack, 36pk/Case $126.50
$3089.99
$2529.99

Why choose Hollister New Image Two-Piece CeraPlus Skin Barrier?

  • Hollister New Image Two-Piece Convex Pre-cut CeraPlus Skin Barrier With Remois Technology comes with tape border
  • Extended wear skin barrier
  • Used with New Image pouches, including drainable, high output, closed, and urostomy options
  • Tapered skin barrier edge
  • Pouch locking system
  • Ultra-thin skin barrier construction
  • Recommended for home use
  • Non-woven skin barrier backing
  • Recommended for post operative use
  • Bathing/Swimming allowable
  • Color-coded packaging
  • Latex free

Benefits of New Image Convex CeraPlus Skin Barrier

  • Ceramide:
    • Protect the skins natural moisture barrier
    • Maintain good peristomal skin health
    • Decrease transepidermal water loss (TEWL) from damaged or eroded skin
  • Ceramide Advantage:
    • Links cells of the outer skin (epidermis) together to form a waterproof, protective barrier
    • Help prevent water loss that can lead to skin damage and dryness
    • Many skin moisturizing products contain ceramide as a component to help protect the skin against loss of its natural moisture

Hollister New Image Ostomy Care Program


What to buy with New Image Convex CeraPlus Skin Barrier


Hollister New Image Two-Piece Pouching System Care Tips

  • If using a barrier ring or paste, apply it to the sticky side of the skin barrier next to the stoma opening as directed
  • The skin around your stoma should not show any signs of rash or sores
  • Irritated skin should be evaluated by a healthcare professional
  • Your stoma will probably be swollen after surgery. It may take several weeks or months for the stoma to shrink to its permanent size
  • The stoma may bleed slightly when you clean it
  • The use of skin protective wipes are not recommended under extended wear skin barriers as they may decrease wear time

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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What is the difference between standard and extended wear barriers and how long can each last?
Steve K - 3/10/2021 7:45:29 PM
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Thak you for reaching out to us. Here is what we found about your query -

In general, regular wear barriers have less resistance to liquid stool and urine. Shorter wear-times are expected if you are going to use a regular wear barrier for ileostomies or urostomies (usually no more than about 3-4 days). These types of barriers tend to “melt” more readily with exposure to stool and liquid (and higher volumes/frequency of urine or stool movement), allowing for unwanted peristomal skin exposure and the potential for skin irritation if left on for too long. Regular wear barriers work well for formed stool, such as that typically found with colostomies. Because there is less liquid content to the stool, and the stoma tends to function less often, a regular wear barrier will not ‘melt’ as easily and longer wear-times (up to 5-7 days) can be achieved. Tack and adhesion, while sufficient to provide a secure seal, tend to be slightly less with regular wear barriers, allowing for more frequent changes if needed/desired without causing skin damage.


Extended wear barriers, on the other hand, are formulated to provide greater resistance to liquid stool and urine. Consequently, longer wear times with these products are more realistic. Some of the extended wear barriers also contain substances that absorb the moisture from the stool or urine, causing the barrier to swell or ‘puff-up’ around the stoma. This swelling action allows for a better seal and resists undermining of the stool or urine under the flange. The barrier will move with the stoma and normal peristalsis, and will not occlude or block the opening of the stoma. There also tends to be greater tack and adhesion with extended wear products. While this adhesion assists with longer wear times, care must be taken with flange removal to avoid peristomal skin damage. Extended wear barriers are an appropriate choice for people who have ileostomies or urostomies, as they will be able to consider longer wear times of up to 7 days. For those who have liquid stool with colostomies, extended wear barriers should also be considered.


Source: https://badgut.org/information-centre/ostomies/regular-vs-extended-wear-barriers/
Customer Care - 3/11/2021 1:53:56 AM
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