So here’s why our soft convex pouches are one of the softest and most secure available*:
Flexible, foam-backed soft convex flange for additional cushioning and support.
Conforms naturally to your body offering enhanced protection from leaks.
The skin-friendly adhesive provides instant tack and strong adhesion for maximum security.
Ideal for those with a flush, retracted or if you have had a newly formed stoma.
Offers shallow, moderate or deep convexity depending on your needs.
With added soft ostomy belt loops for added security.
eakin® pouches offer you a simple way to manage your stoma. Each pouch feature has been carefully thought out, to give you all of the benefits without any complications. Ease of use and comfort are important factors in our pouch design and with the wide range of sizes on offer there will be one to suit you.
A wide range of pre-cut sizes available as well as cut-to-fit options for a secure fit, helping to improve weartime.
A silky soft fabric so that you can wear your pouch quietly and with comfort.
Split fabric backing for effortless and accurate positioning and getting a quick peek at your stoma without removing your pouch.
We're all different so all pelican pouches are designed to suit any body shape, ensuring a discreet fit.
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Paediatric eakin® pouches
Our paediatric pouches are just like a mini-adult bag. They offer the same comfort and security whilst being kind and gentle on young skin. Plus:
The world’s only paediatric soft convex pouches.
Teddy bear printed fabric with a split backing to let parents have a quick peek at the stoma.
Waterproof filter on the drainable pouches helps control odour with filter covers also provided (in a teddy bear design of course!)
Velcro closure on the drainable pouches to enable a quick and easy empty and clean - no mess or fuss!
No starter hole on the neonatal pouch (839703) ideal for loop ileostomies and mucus fistulae.
Changing your stoma pouch too often will increase the risk of causing damage to your skin around the stoma.
How much is too much?
If you are changing your pouch more frequently than this, you may need to consider changing to a different pouch. We would recommend you contact your stoma nurse as you may need to switch to a 2-piece system.
The term parastomal hernia is used to describe a bulge or swelling on or around your stoma.
Trying to prevent the formation of a parastomal hernia is recommended.
Use your measuring guide once a week to measure the size of your stoma and cut your pouch to the most appropriate size. An accurate cutting template will help to prevent many skin and leakage problems.
If the hole is too big, the skin around the stoma will be exposed to the output and at risk of skin damage.
If the hole is too small, the pouch will not adhere securely to the skin.
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