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stoma complications

WOCN program

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when does stoma ischemia and/or necrosis commonly occur
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma necrosis
how can a WOC nurse assess the viability of the proximal stoma
what is the nursing management of stoma necrosis
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma retraction
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma prolapse
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma mucocutaneous separation
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma stenosis
describe the etiology and appearance of stoma laceration
describe the nursing management of retraction
describe the nursing management of prolapse
describe the nursing management of mucocutaneous separation
describe the nursing management of stenosis
describe the nursing management of laceration
describe the patient education about retraction
describe the patient education about prolapse
describe the patient education about mucocutaneous separation
describe the patient education about stenosis
describe the patient education about laceration
which type of stoma is most prone to prolapse
describe the differences between an allergic dermatitis and irritant dermatitis
what is the nursing management for either type of dermatitis
describe the etiology and appearance of folliculitis of the peristomal skin
describe the etiology and appearance of candidiasis of the peristomal skin
describe the etiology and appearance of hyperplasia/pseudoverrucous lesions of the peristomal skin
describe the nursing management of folliculitis of the peristomal skin
describe the nursing management of candidiasis of the peristomal skin
describe the nursing management of hyperplasia/pseudoverrucous lesions of the peristomal skin
what is mucosal transplantation and when does it occur
what is pyoderma gangrenosum
what conditions are associate with pyoderma and how is it treated in the peristomal area
what conditions are peristomal varices/caput medusae associated with
how is pouching managed with the presence of peristomal varices/caput medusae
describe a parastomal hernia
what is the nursing management of a perastomal hernia
when is surgery recommended for a parastomal hernia or a prolapsed stoma
list three potential complications for the pediatric patient with an ostomy
Created by: Beth Perry