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It can be challenging to select the right convex skin barrier for your patients with ostomies. View this webinar on how to choose the appropriate level of convexity.
As a stoma care professional, you want to give your patients the best possible care. Often, this means helping them select the right ostomy skin barrier, to ensure a secure seal, prevent leakage, and maintain peristomal skin health.
If a patient appears to need a convex skin barrier, it can be challenging to determine what level of convexity is appropriate for them. To help you make this decision, we’ve created a short, inspirational webinar called “Convexity in Ostomy Care” – presented by Yves Depaifve, MSN, RN, an Ostomy and Wound Care Nurse at Jessa Hospital in Hasselt, Belgium.
In this webinar, Yves describes the characteristics of convex ostomy skin barriers, discusses how to assess a patient’s needs, and shares two clinical case studies that highlight his experience using convexity to manage patients with ostomies.
Interested in learning more? Here are some additional ostomy clinical education resources that can help support your practice:
Use our FIT Indicator Tool to determine if your patient needs a flat or convex ostomy skin barrier.
Use our Ostomy Care Tips to help your patients learn about general ostomy care, how to use ostomy products, how to care for their peristomal skin, and more.
Ostomy Care Tips to help your patients learn about general ostomy care, how to use ostomy products, how to care for their peristomal skin, and more.Read More
We have translated our educational resources into a variety of languages. These materials can help your patients around the world understand their type of ostomy and how they can live their lives to t...Read More
Use our FIT Indicator Tool to determine if your patient needs a flat or convex ostomy skin barrier.Read More
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