Orabase Protective Paste 30g
- Heals And Prevents Damage
- Sticks To Moist Areas
- Effective Relief From Mouth Pain
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Orabase Protective Paste is a smooth paste that sticks to moist areas. By acting like an invisible bandage, it provides an environment ideal for healing and prevention of damage.
Orabase Protective Paste
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Orabase Protective Paste
Orabase Protective Paste is a smooth, ointment-like paste that adheres to moist areas. By acting like an invisible bandage, it provides an environment conducive to healing and prevention of damage. For the use on the skin requiring absorption of moisture and protection from further damage. Orabase Protective Paste should be used to fill irregularities and depressions on peristomal skin around ileostomies, colostomies, and fistulae to facilitate the application of stoma care appliances.
Convatec Orabase Protective Paste
If you’ve used Convatec Orabase Protective Paste as a mouth ulcer paste or to protect oral wounds, wait 30 minutes after application before eating or drinking. This gives the paste time to set, protecting you from pain and irritation effectively as you eat and drink.
Don’t use Covatec Orabase Protective Paste if you are allergic to any of the listed ingredients. If you need to use Convatec Orabase Protective Paste around a stoma, speak to your nurse or doctor before hand to make sure it’s suitable.
Orabase Protective Paste 30g
As with all medication Orabase Protective Paste 30g can cause side effects but not everyone will experience them. Signs and symptoms may occur within minutes or to 2 hours after using Orabase Protective Paste 30g.
Get emergency medical help if you have:
- Headache, tiredness, confusion
- Fast heartbeats
- Feeling light-headed or short of breath
- Pale, blue, or grey appearance of your skin, lips or fingernails.
Seek urgent medical attention if you have signs of an allergic reaction to Orabase Protective Paste 30g: hives, difficulty breathing, and swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.
Stop using Convatec Orabase Protective Paste and call your doctor at once if you have:
- Severe burning, stinging, or sensitivity where the medicine is applied;
- Swelling, warmth, or redness; or
- Oozing, blistering, or any signs of infection.
Common Orabase Protective Paste side effects may include:
- Mild stinging, burning, or itching where the medicine is applied
- Skin tenderness or redness
- Dry white flakes where the medicine was applied
Orabase Protective Paste Ingredients
Some of the Orabase Protective Paste Ingredients can cause problems. If any of the Orabase Protective Paste Ingredients listed below interact with your current medication or have caused an allergic reaction in the past, speak to your doctor before using this medication.
Orabase Protective Paste Ingredients:
- Main ingredients; Gelatin 16.7%, Pectin 16.7%, Sodium carbnoxymethylcellulose 16.7%, Polythene 2.5% and liquid paraffin 47.4%.
What Is Orabase Protective Paste Used For?
A common question we often see online is “What is Orabase Protective Paste used for?”
The use of this medication will depend on what you want to use it for. Orabase can treat mouth ulcers/oral wounds or the area surrounding a stoma.
Mouth ulcers appear as small ulcers inside of the mouth, on the lips or the tongue. They’re typically harmless and usually clear up by themselves with a few days or weeks, but they can be very irritating and painful up until they heal.
Stomas are an opening in the stomach that’s used to take the contents of your bowel or intestine out of your body when you have a colostomy, ileostomy, or urostomy. A pouch is then placed over the stoma to collect your stools and can be temporary or permanent. If the stoma is new and is only just beginning to heal, the skin around the stoma can become irritated. This is where Orabase Protective Paste can be used, giving your skin time to heal effectively.
If you have any similar questions to “What is Orabase Protective Paste used for?” please speak with your doctor or pharmacist.
Orabase Protective Paste For Mouth Ulcers
Using Orabase Protective Paste For Mouth Ulcers is simple and easy. Apply a small amount of the paste to the area where the ulcer is located. Hold the paste in place until it’s no longer sticky, and don’t attempt to rub it in. If too much Orabase Protective Paste for Mouth Ulcers has been applied, it will simply peel away, leaving a thin layer beneath.
Orabase Protective Paste for Mouth Ulcers can be used as often as needed or as your dentist or doctor has recommended.
Orabase Protective Paste Nappy Rash
Orabase Protective Paste Nappy Rash treatment is a protective barrier cream that is used when a cream or ointment is recommended and is suitable for the child’s needs. Orabase is used to absorb moisture and to protect the skin.
If the nappy rash remains severe or isn’t improving after 5 days of using Orabase Protective Paste Nappy Rash other possible causes should be considered and examined by a doctor or nurse.
Orabase Protective Paste Can It Be Used With Dentures?
Another question we see often online is “Orabase Protective Paste can it be used with dentures?”
Yes, it’s intended for use as a skin protectant to cover painful sores and promote healing. Anyone using new dentures may experience some mouth ulcers, and using Orabase Protective Paste can help relieve any pain or discomfort when new dentures are fitted.
It’s important to remember that this is NOT meant to hold the dentures in place. Orabase is intended as a protective barrier and not an adhesive.
If you have any other questions about how Orabase can be used and similar questions to “Orabase Protective Paste can it be used with dentures?” please speak to a doctor or pharmacist.
Orabase Protective Paste For Eczema
Orabase Protective Paste for Eczema should only be used if recommended by your doctor. This medication is initially intended for use on ulcers and irritated stoma skin.
Don’t apply Orabase in another other location unless told to do so.
Eczema can be a complicated skin condition and often requires specific treatment. If you use Orabase Protective Paste for Eczema, it’s possible it can further irritate the skin.
Orabase Protective Paste Instructions
Follow the Orabase Protective Paste Instructions given to you by your doctor or the instructions listed in the patient information leaflet/side of the packaging.
Orabase Protective Paste Instructions for the treatment of mucous membranes in the mouth:
- Take a small dab of Orabase paste and coat the involved area of the mouth with a thin film.
- Hold in position until it becomes sticky.
- Do not attempt to rub it in.
- Use as often as needed for continuous relief particularly after eating, or use as directed by your dentist or doctor.
Orabase Protective Paste Instructions for treating ileostomies, colostomies, ileal conduits, and fistulas:
- Fill in skin defects such as folds or operation scars around the stoma prior to the application of Stomahesive waters.
- When a flange is used squeeze a ring of Orabase paste liberally around the stoma to provide a seal, then pack cotton wool on top of the Orabase paste and press down towards the flange.
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