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Clinimed Hydroframe Ostomy Flange Extender

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Buy Clinimed Hydroframe Ostomy Flange Extender Infused with Manuka Honey for Stoma Care. Buy Online From Medical Dressings the UK's Favourite Online Medical Shop.



HydroFrame with Manuka honey  ostomy flange extenders are designed to add extra security and comfort to pouches, giving ostomates the confidence and freedom to live life to the full. For extra comfort, they now contain Manuka honey.

The Comfort of Manuka Honey:
The inclusion of medical grade Manuka honey to our skin-friendly Hyperflex hydrocolloid may help to promote healthy skin around the stoma, making these the kindest stoma accessories yet.

Clinimed HydroFrame with Manuka honey provides easy application for increased confidence:

  • Provides additional adhesion - useful for creases, scars hernias and prolapsed stomas
  • Increases ostomy pouch wear time, especially when putting extra pressure on the flange, such as while gardening and playing sport
  • Designed for easy application
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