SenSura® Mio, urostomy appliances for every body

With the launch of SenSura Mio Concave - the SenSura Mio range is complete, meaning now there is a specific solution for people with regular, inward and outward areas around the stoma. The range is designed with BodyFit Technology®, to follow body movement and provide a secure fit for individual body shapes. Learn more about the features of the SenSura Mio Range in the sections below.

If you would like to try SenSura Mio, but are unsure of your individual body profile, try the BodyCheck tool to find the best appliance for your body.

BodyFit Technology® is in every Mio

SenSura Mio fits regular body profiles and has twice the stretch of a conventional product. The elasticity enables the appliance to move with your body, while maintaining a secure fit. The appliance stays securely in place, giving you more confidence and peace of mind throughout the day. Read more about SenSura Mio.

SenSura Mio Convex is proven to reduce leakage for inward areas around the stoma. The adhesive stays securely on the skin, creating a reliable seal between the skin and the baseplate. Flexlines ensure the convex shell bends around the stoma - not in the middle of it, so you can bend and stretch without worrying. Read more about SenSura Mio Convex. 

SenSura Mio Concave is the first product specially designed for outward body profiles. The curved, star-shaped baseplate hugs the body for a good fit with less creasing and folding. Fit zones in the centre zone and outer rim provide extra flexibility, so the baseplate stays in place during body movement. Read more about SenSura Mio Concave. 

What is a urostomy?

If your bladder or urinary system is damaged or diseased and you are unable to pass urine normally, you will need a urinary diversion. This is called a urostomy, an ileal conduit or a Bricker bladder. An isolated part of the intestine is brought onto the surface of the right-hand side of your abdomen and the other end is sewn up. The ureters are detached from the bladder and reattached to the isolated section of the intestine. Because this section of the intestine is too small to function as a reservoir, and there is no muscle or valve to control urination, you will need a urostomy pouch to collect the urine.

Find out more about urostomy surgery and how it can affect your daily life.

Living with a urostomy

Every day life with a stoma

Adjusting to life with a stoma can sometimes be challenging. You'll have a pouch attached to your abdomen and lots of new things to learn. It's important to remember that it takes time to adjust, but it will get easier. With support from your stoma care nurse and practical guidance on how to change your ostomy pouch and care for your skin, you should soon be able to do the things you've always done.

Throughout our website, you'll find information that is intended to guide you as you become used to your stoma. As well as information on managing your stoma, you'll find helpful tips about things like keeping your skin healthy, socialising, food and drink, and exercising. 


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