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  1. Ostomy Pouch Drainable Presized 12in 40mm, 10Ct
    Ostomy Pouch Drainable Presized 12in 40mm, 10Ct
    SKU HTP8940
    $60.26
  2. Premier Urostomy Pouch 1.25in Stoma with Tape, 10Ct
    Premier Urostomy Pouch 1.25in Stoma with Tape, 10Ct
    SKU HTP8468
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    $80.82
  3. New Image Closed Mini Pouch with Filter Beige 2 1/4in, 60Ct
    $121.20
  4. MIO Click Pouch EASI Maxi Inspection Window 60mm, 10Ct
    $30.23
  5. Drainable Pouch ActiveLife Transparent 1 Piece 11/4in, 10Ct
    Drainable Pouch ActiveLife Transparent 1 Piece 11/4in, 10Ct
    SKU SQU022766
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    $47.26

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Ostomy Bags, Pouches and Pouching Systems from Medline at Home

According to the United Ostomy Associations of America, there are approximately 725,000-1 million people living with an ostomy.1 If you’re one of them, we have products that can make living your best life easier. Having a discreet, dependable pouch or ostomy bag can make all the difference in your comfort and peace of mind. Shop our selection of pouching systems including premium one-piece and two-piece ostomy bags, drainable bags and closed bags from top brands including Medline, Coloplast, ConvaTec and Hollister. Discover the best-selling Natura+ Drainable Pouch with InvisiClose Tail Closure and much more. Find what you want, what you need, and get it delivered safely to your door.

Read on to learn more about ostomy care products including ostomy bags and pouches.

What is the difference between a colostomy bag and an ostomy bag?
An ostomy is an often lifesaving procedure that reroutes bodily waste during a surgical procedure. There are several different types of ostomy surgery: colostomy, urostomy and ileostomy. All three surgeries result in the creation of stoma on the outside of the body. Waste exits the body through the stoma and into an ostomy bag or pouch. The ostomy bag you choose must be tailored to the type of stoma you have.

Medline bestseller: Hollister New Image Lock 'n Roll Drainable Pouch with 2.25 inch Flange HTP18113
Medline bestseller: Convatec Natura+ Drainable Pouch with InvisiClose Tail Closure SQU416418

What’s the difference between one-piece and two-piece ostomy bags?
You have two choices when it comes to ostomy bags: one-piece or two-piece. One-piece pouching systems include a bag and an attached adhesive skin barrier. Two-piece pouching systems include a bag and a separate skin barrier base plate which the bag snaps into. Factors to think about before you pick a system include: your stoma type and construction, body shape, desired concealment and your activity level.2

Medline bestseller: Hollister New Image Two-Piece Drainable Pouch HTP18124
Medline bestseller: Convatec Esteem One-Piece Drainable Pouch SQU416721

How often do I need to change my ostomy pouch?
Generally, you should change your ostomy bag every 3 to 5 days.3 Changing too frequently or wearing one too long may be damaging to the skin.4 Times may differ based on your own unique needs, so talk with your healthcare team about your daily pouch routine and read all appliance manufacturer instructions. If you have leakage, you should change your bag immediately.

How do I handle ostomy bag odor?
Ostomy bags are made to contain odor and odor only escapes once you open your bag to empty or change it. However, if your bag is not leaking, and you’re still concerned about odor, you can use a deodorizing product specifically designed to go in the pouch. You can also choose a pouching system with a built-in charcoal filter. Types of ostomy bag odor control products include: sprays, drops, charcoal tablets and lubricating deodorant.

In addition to using physical products, you can also change your diet. Try reducing or eliminating gas causing foods including carbonated beverages, alcohol, beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, onions and nuts. Don’t drink through a straw or chew gum.

Medline bestseller: Hollister Premier One-Piece Drainable Pouch with Filter HTP88400
Medline bestseller: Hollister Adapt Lubricating Deodorant HTP78500

What name brand ostomy bags do you carry on Medline at Home?
We carry the best ostomy brands and styles on Medline at Home and we’re always adding more. Shop Medline, Coloplast, Convatec, Hollister, New Image, MIO, SenSura, Sur-Fit, OstoForm, Natura, Assura, Esteem, Premier and more.

References

  1. United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc., “Living With an Ostomy
    Accessed on November 17, 2021
  2. UChicago Medicine, “A Guide to Ostomy Bags and Pouching Systems
    Accessed on November 17, 2021
  3. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, “Caring for Your Ileostomy or Colostomy
    Accessed on November 17, 2021
  4. United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc., “Living with an Ostomy
    Accessed on November 17, 2021