WHAT IS AN OSTOMY? An Ostomy...
Causes a change in the way urine or stool exits the body as a result of a surgical procedure. Bodily waste is rerouted from its usual path because of malfunctioning parts of the urinary or digestive system. An ostomy can be temporary or permanent.
The most common misconceptions people have is not understanding what an ostomy is. It's important that people understand what our product is used for and why. We make educating people on what an ostomy is one of our top priorities. As well as offering resources to help ostomy patients find the answers and help they need.
To understand the beauty and benefit of Na`Scent you must understand that there is still a huge stigma dealing with ostomy surgery. When someone is faced with the reality that they must have ostomy surgery, it's a very scary thing for a lot of different reason. One of the biggest concerns people fear is the odor. Na`Scent provides peace of mind and a new sense of confidence to live a better quality of life with an ostomy.
Ignorance is a catalyst for fear. Knowledge is Freedom. Na`Scent allows the user to have one less thing to worry about.
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Na’Scent is the solution for those who desire to eliminate odor caused by their colostomy, ileostomy and/or urostomy in their pouches. Age and demographic drastically vary from early childhood all the way past retirement. Most use Na’Scent as part of their daily routine but find it extremely useful while traveling, long meetings, intimate moments, public facilities, or while enjoy some foods that cause enhanced odors like seafood or broccoli.
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According to the UOAA, there are up to 1 million ostomates in the United States alone and an overage of 100,000 ostomy surgeries completed per year. Its most likely that people never know if they’ve met a person with an ostomy because of today’s modern pouching systems are a more discreet and odor-with the right odor control product—like Na`Scent!
There are 3 Types of Stomas:
A colostomy diverts stool from the colon.
An ileostomy diverts stool from the small intestines.
An urostomy diverts urine when the bladder has been removed or bypassed.
Over 100,000 ostomy surgeries are performed annually in the United States.
Ostomy surgery increases at a rate of 5% a year.
Babies to adults have ostomies.