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Eakin Cohesive Skin Barrier 83900x
- 839004, 839003
ConvaTec Eakin Cohesive Skin Barriers
- 5 per box
- Two sizes: 4"x4" or 4"x8"
- Store at room temperature
- Keep dry & avoid high humidity
- HCPCS Code: A4385
Item# 839004 Small 4"x4"
Item# 839003 Large 4"x8"
Eakin Cohesive® Skin Barriers and Seals can be molded to a variety of shapes to help prevent leakage around the stoma by acting as filler for uneven skin surfaces.
Eakin Cohesive® Seals and Skin Barriers can be used for skin protection as:
- An ostomy seal for ileostomies, colostomies, and urostomies
- An external packing agent on uneven skin
- A sealing agent around wounds, fistulas, and surgical drains
Do not use to cover broken skin or open wounds. Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barriers should not be used on individuals who are sensitive to or who have developed a sensitivity or allergic reaction to the product.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Note: Different shapes or sizes of Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barriers can be combined as needed when the skin is very irregular or extra protection is required.
1. Make sure the skin is clean, dry, and free from any solvent or greasy substances.
2. Remove the release paper from both surfaces and gently mold, roll, stretch or compress the Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barrier to any shape to fit the requirements of the patient’s body. Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barrier may be cut and rejoined to fit around difficult sites.
3. Gently apply to the skin with a little pressure and hold in place for about 30 seconds.
4. Gently smooth the Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barrier towards the base of the stoma, or the edge of the wound, fistula or drainage site to ensure a secure seal.
5. Place the ostomy pouching system directly onto the surface of the Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barrier and hold in place with gentle pressure until secure.
1. Gently peel the pouching system from the body.
2. Eakin Cohesive® Seals or Skin Barriers will not harm the skin when being removed from the body. Residue can be removed from the skin by rolling and peeling.
3. An emulsifying agent or medical adhesive remover can be used topically to remove tackiness from the body.
Adhere to local disposal requirements/regulations.
Note: Should peristomal skin irritation occur, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.