Moldable wafers aren’t too common, but both ConvaTec and Hollister offer their own unique versions of this category of product. In this review, I’ll be looking at Hollister’s FormaFlex product!
While I’m a fan of two-piece ostomy appliances, I have used one-piece systems from time to time. In this review, I’ll be looking at the Hollister Premier 1pc appliance, which I’ve purchased through my local supplier.
I had the unfortunate experience of an appliance leak while out, but preparedness helped me deal with it without too much trouble.
Changing an ostomy appliance doesn’t have to be complicated, but there are a few things you’ll want to do in order to do it right.
Ostomates have a lot of options to choose from when it comes to pouching systems, but it’s not always clear what the advantages and disadvantages are between a one-piece or a two-piece system. I hope that you’ll be able to learn the differences in the following post.
It seems rather silly that I even have to make a post about this, but unfortunately the information on the Hollister website isn’t very clear (no pun intended).
When I was looking at some of their ostomy pouching options on a supplier’s website, I came across one that listed “clear” and another that said “ultra-clear”. Hmm, I wonder what the difference is… so onto hollister.com, where I downloaded a printable catalogue and also searched for product through their website and I became more confused.
Disposing of a soiled ostomy pouch can be a challenge, especially if you aren’t at home. The plastic disposal bags that come with our appliances don’t really lock away odor, and I’ve even tried putting my pouches in scented disposal bags, but odor eventually comes out. OstoSolutions has come up with a novel way of making this task a little easier through their Ostomy Pouch Disposal Seal. This review is based on my experience from using samples requested from OstoSolutions.