Patients with a recent colostomy tend to wonder when is it a proper time to start working again. Find out all about working with a colostomy here.
An anal fistula is the formation of an abnormal channel between the muscle of the anus, called the anal sphincter, and the inside of the large intestine.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is characterized by a chronic and recurrent inflammation of the int
A colonoscopy is a medical exam that serves to detect anomalies in the large intestine using a colonoscope. Learn everything about Colonoscopy here.
Ostomy belts are devices that wrap around the abdomen, protecting and supporting the weight of an ostomy appliance. Learn more about ostomy belts here.
Bloating or gas accumulation of gas in the pouch affects many ostomates. The following are some considerations to control or avoid pouch ballooning.
Ostomy filters are useful accessories that help prevent gas odor, a major source of stress for ostomates. Learn more about ostomy filters here.
Find out all you need to know about convex ostomy skin barriers, also known as wafers, baseplates or flanges, how they work, classification, and more.
Ostomy skin barriers (wafers or flanges) can help minimize incidence of stoma complications, infection, and irritation. Learn more about skin barriers here.