Osto-EZ-Vent

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12 out of 12 recommended this product to their friends
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Lightweight (1)
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Pressure release (1)
3-4 of 12 reviews
Love them

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Sturdy.
Describe Yourself:
Good health.

I love these, easy to apply andwork like a charm MUCH MUCH easier then trying to burp the wafer and less hassle.

by from Ogden,Ut
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
What a great invention

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Sturdy. Pressure release .
Describe Yourself:
Gas relief.

Finally found something that helped my son

by from Baltimore, MD
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
3-7 of 12 reviews
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how do you make the hole for the ostomy bag with the ez-vent
Asked on Feb 17, 2012 8:23:39 AM by steve from chicopee, MA
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I use an awl. After applying the ez-vent to the outside of the bag, I insert the awl through the stoma hole and puncture the bag from the inside into the hole in the ez-vent. Push the awl in as far as it will go. Thereafter, if the vent gets clogged, I use a young toothpick to clear the hole from the outside.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 8:05:39 AM by californiakaty  from CA
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Ice pick or Pointed sissors
Answered on Dec 24, 2012 6:15:45 PM by Ray  from Alexandria, VA
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There are instructional videos on youtube. When I helped my mother do this, I think we used a ball point pen to poke the hole through the bag. You could also use a knife tip but be sure to not push the knife or pen tip through both sides of the bag otherwise you'll have a place for the EZ-vent and a second, unwanted hole in your bag. Don't use a hole punch or anything that would make a hole larger than one eight of an inch. A hole smaller than one sixteenth will likely clog if liquids make contact.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 5:07:42 PM by Eric  from Ohio
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you go through the big hole of your bag and turn it inside out, use the tip of some sissors to pock the hole from the inside out. turn the sissors around to make sure you have a clean hole. thats it. I hope this helps I've been using EZ vents for a long time and will not use anything else cause they work.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 7:49:48 AM by ptevay  from wilsonville, AL
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Part Number(s): 776 5077

Mfg Part Number(s): EZVENT

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