The Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System presents a comprehensive solution of a bed drainage bag, lid and port packaged in a convenient pouch. This combination comfortably assists patients living with abdominal fistulas, helping improve their quality of life in the process.
How Does the Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System Work?
Patients living with a fistula experience frequent hospitalizations or may find themselves restricted to the home, leading to a sense of isolation and limiting what they can do.
The Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System benefits both healthcare professionals and patients. For nurses, this combination provides a streamlined, straightforward and easily applied system. For patients, the system offers a more natural fit: Flexible adhesive allows the pouch to stay on, while its design better aligns with the abdominal region’s shape.
Double-layer adhesive won’t detach and guards against skin damage. The adhesive further creates a flexible feel for using the barrier and pouch.
Tracing guide allows the patient to customize the Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System to the fistula or wound pattern. Extra lids can be ordered separately.
Flexible, removable lid is easy to place on and take off, and in turn, nurses can dress the wound without having to fully detach the system.
Long tubing is ideal for bed drainage and specifically designed to accommodate fistula output.
Drain ports can be applied to the lid for catheter insertion. Each system comes with a single port, although additional ports can be ordered.
Improved quality of life: Patients living with a fistula may be isolated at home or in a healthcare setting, and their movement may be significantly restricted. The Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System helps them learn to live with and tend to their condition.
Accessories for the Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System
The Coloplast Fistula and Wound Management System assortment includes a number of support accessories, which are sold separately:
Bed drainage bag: These easily cut bags built specifically for managing fistula output hold up to 2000mL; buy replacement bags here
Flexible lids: These lids supplement the existing system and are easy to apply and remove, including for nurses dressing wounds; buy replacement lids here
Drain port: Designed as an extra or replacement part, the drain port can be easily applied to the lid for catheter insertion; buy replacement parts here