SenSura® Mio Convex comes in three types of convexity to fit every convex need. All 3 convex solutions are designed with BodyFit Technology® and feature an elastic barrier and a unique FlexShell, which enables the barrier to provide stability around the stoma yet follow the body’s movements as it bends. SenSura Mio Convex provides a better fit for patients to help prevent leakage and skin issues.
- Soft convex – Provides gentle support and minimal pressure (ideal for a protruding stoma or post-op abdomen), still featuring the unique technology of the FlexShell.
- Light convex – Provides a stable, shallow convex shape while maintaining flexibility – for all-around support.
- Deep convex – A deeper shell with the stability and pressure to help even out deeper creases or bring out a more retracted stoma, while providing 2x the flexibility of a standard convex light product.
These convex solutions are available in a variety of 1-piece or 2-piece Flex (flexible coupling) or Click (stable mechanical coupling) options to further customize the flexibility and stability of the barrier for patients' clinical needs and wearing preferences.
The fit is the difference with SenSura® Mio.
Why Soft Convex?
Too often, people with an ostomy accept leakage as part of the “package deal” of having an ostomy. In a randomized controlled trial, SenSura® Mio Soft Convex was proven to reduce leakage in people previously using a flat product. In addition, 74% preferred Soft Convex compared with another comparable soft convex product on the market, due to its high flexibility and comfort**.
Do you hesitate to use convexity in the hospital due to the rigidity or pressure of a product? Or hear from users that it’s just not comfortable? Consider SenSura Mio Soft Convex!
*Results from a multinational, randomized controlled cross-over trial comparing SenSura Mio Convex to the study participants' own appliance (n=129). Published: Walker H, Hopkins G, et. al. Raising the bar: New flexible convex ostomy appliance - a randomised controlled trial. World Council of Enterostomal Therapists Journal. 2016;36(1) S6-S11.
** Kruse TM, Størling ZM (2015). Considering the benefits of a new stoma appliance: a clinical trial. British Journal of Nursing, 24(22):S12, S14-8.