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eakin Access Windows™ provide instant access to wounds and fistulae without removing the wound pouch.

This case study looks at the use of eakin Access Window.TM

Ian Whiteley RN BN, STN, Grad Cert (Health Science, Nursing Education), Cert IV Workplace Assessment and Training, Australia

Case Study

• Enterocutaneous fistula developed following complex abdominal surgery. High output required extensive skin protection and drainage.

Enterocutaneous Fistula
14 days post closure of jejunostomy
Protecting peri-wound skin
Protecting peri-wound skin

• 839261 eakin Wound Pouch™ was an excellent size and shape for this wound and eakin Access Window™ allowed periodic inspection.

Eakin® Vertical Incision Wound Pouch with window
eakin Wound Pouch™
 
• eakin Wound Pouch™ was renewed every five days.

• Step by step photographic wound management chart left in patient’s notes to guide the ward nursing staff in the technique of changing the pouch.