Jun 2005, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Faecal and urinary stomas and the restorative surgical procedures developed to avoid stoma formation.
3. Rationale for stoma formation and common surgical procedures.
4. Stoma siting and the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist.
5. The immediate postoperative period.
6. Choosing the right stoma appliance.
7. Accessories used in stoma care.
8. Changing a stoma appliance.
9. Discharge planning and supporting patient self-care.
10. Questions commonly asked by the patient with a newly formed stoma.
11. Understanding chemotherapy and radiotherapy for the individual with a stoma.
12. Psychological issues in stoma care.
'A must for every stoma care department or library.'
* Explains how to change a stoma appliance
* Addresses the optimal choice of stoma appliances and accessories
* Explores dietary management and lifestyle changes
* Examines immediate post-operative stoma care and long-term stoma management