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Fecal & Urinary Diversions : Management Principles :  Management Principles - Jane E Carmel

Fecal & Urinary Diversions : Management Principles

Management Principles

Paperback Published: May 2004
ISBN: 9780323022484
Number Of Pages: 544

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Part I: Overview Chapter 1 History of Stoma Creation and Surgical Advances Chapter 2 Roles of the Ostomy Nurse Specialist: Historical Perspective, Role Potential Part II: Fecal Diversions Chapter 3 Anatomy and Physiology of the Gastrointestinal Tract Chapter 4 Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Medical Management Chapter 5 Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Surgical Management Chapter 6 Gastrointestinal Cancers: Medical Management Chapter 7 Gastrointestinal Cancers: Surgical Management Chapter 8 Gastrointestinal Etiologies Leading to a Fecal Diversion Part III: Urinary Diversions Chapter 9 Anatomy and Physiology of the Urinary System Chapter 10 Urinary Diversions Surgical Interventions Part IV: Fecal and Urinary Diversion Management Chapter 11 Preoperative and Postoperative Management Chapter 12 Principles of Stoma Management Chapter 13 Pediatric Ostomies: Pathophysiology and Management Chapter 14 Stomal and Peristomal Complications Chapter 15 Ostomy Adjustment Part V: Related Issues Chapter 16 Medications Affecting Ostomy Function Chapter 17 Tube Management Chapter 18 Fistula Management Chapter 19 Outcomes Measurement Chapter 20 The Use of Telemedicine in Ostomy Management Chapter 21 Accelerated Surgical Stay Chapter 22 Intestinal Transplantation Chapter 23 Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniques Chapter 24 Innovative Approaches to Fecal Incontinence Glossary Appendixes A. Discharge Resources B. Ostomy Related Resources: Clinician and Patient Related C. Nutritional Resources D. Fact Sheets

Overview
History of Stoma Creation and Surgical Advancesp. 3
Introductionp. 3
Evolution of the Fecal Diversionp. 3
Evolution and Current Status of the Urinary Diversionp. 10
Conclusionp. 15
Roles of the Ostomy Nurse Specialist: Historical Perspective, Role Potentialp. 18
Introductionp. 18
Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Societyp. 18
Acute Care Settingp. 20
Home Health Care Setting: Provision of Ostomy Servicesp. 22
Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation Settingp. 25
Outpatient Settingp. 26
Industryp. 27
Conclusionp. 29
Fecal Diversions
Anatomy and Physiology of the Gastrointestinal Tractp. 33
Introductionp. 33
Alimentary Canalp. 34
Mouthp. 37
Esophagusp. 38
Abdominal Cavity and Peritoneump. 38
Accessory Organsp. 54
Biliary Systemsp. 58
Conclusionp. 59
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Medical Managementp. 63
Introductionp. 63
Epidemiologyp. 64
Etiologyp. 64
Pathogenesisp. 65
Geneticsp. 65
Diagnosis of Inflammatory Bowel Diseasep. 66
Therapeutics of Inflammatory Bowel Diseasep. 68
Medical Management of Extraintestinal Complicationsp. 72
Nutritional Therapyp. 72
Supportive Carep. 72
Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Pregnancyp. 73
Complications of Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Their Medical Managementp. 73
Indications for Surgery and Postsurgical Maintenance Therapyp. 75
Future Directionsp. 75
Conclusionp. 76
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Surgical Managementp. 80
Introductionp. 80
Crohn's Diseasep. 81
Ulcerative Colitisp. 92
Conclusionp. 97
Gastrointestinal Cancers: Medical Managementp. 102
Introductionp. 102
Small Bowel Cancerp. 102
Colorectal Cancerp. 103
Rectal Cancerp. 113
Anal Cancerp. 119
Nursing Considerationsp. 119
Clinical Research Trialsp. 121
Conclusionp. 122
Gastrointestinal Cancers: Surgical Managementp. 126
Introductionp. 126
Preoperative Considerationsp. 126
Selection of the Appropriate Operative Procedurep. 127
Functional Results With Low Anterior Resection and Coloanal Anastomosisp. 129
Oncologic Results of Sphincter-Saving Proceduresp. 130
Stoma Constructionp. 130
Quality of Life Issuesp. 133
Conclusionp. 133
Gastrointestinal Etiologies Leading to a Fecal Diversionp. 136
Introductionp. 136
Gastrointestinal Etiologiesp. 136
Common Nongastrointestinal Causes for Fecal Diversionp. 154
Conclusionp. 155
Urinary Diversions
Anatomy and Physiology of the Urinary Systemp. 163
Introductionp. 163
Upper Urinary Tractsp. 163
Kidneysp. 165
Renal Pelvis and Ureterp. 170
Ureteral Functionp. 171
Lower Urinary Tractp. 172
Physiology of Urinary Diversion and Reconstructionp. 179
Conclusionp. 181
Urinary Diversions: Surgical Interventionsp. 184
Introductionp. 184
Indications for a Urinary Diversionp. 185
Types of Urinary Diversionsp. 187
Complications Related to Ureteroenterocutaneous and Continent Diversionsp. 202
Complications Related to All Types of Urinary Diversionp. 203
Conclusionp. 203
Fecal and Urinary Diversion Management
Preoperative and Postoperative Managementp. 207
Introductionp. 207
Preparing the Patient Undergoing the Creation of a Stomap. 207
Preoperative Preparationp. 208
Postoperative Managementp. 223
Conclusionp. 235
Principles of Stoma Managementp. 240
Introductionp. 240
Stoma Characteristicsp. 240
Pouching Principlesp. 245
Conclusionp. 259
Pediatric Ostomies: Pathophysiology and Managementp. 263
Introductionp. 263
Overviewp. 263
Pediatric Stoma Carep. 289
Conclusionp. 303
Stomal and Peristomal Complicationsp. 308
Introductionp. 308
Stomal Complicationsp. 308
Peristomal Complicationsp. 314
Uncommon Stoma and Peristomal Complicationsp. 322
Conclusionp. 322
Ostomy Adjustmentp. 326
Introductionp. 326
The Process of Psychologic Adjustmentp. 326
Assessment of Psychosocial Variablesp. 327
Management of Psychologic Healthp. 330
Increasing Self-Efficacyp. 331
Conclusionp. 334
Related Issues
Medications Affecting Ostomy Functionp. 339
Introductionp. 339
Internal Deodorizersp. 339
Drug Absorption in the Person with an Ostomyp. 340
The Ins and Outs of Drug Therapy in the Person with an Ostomyp. 340
Conclusionp. 349
Tube Managementp. 351
Introductionp. 351
Gastrointestinal Feeding Tubesp. 352
Commonly Used Tubes and Drainsp. 370
Tracheostomy Tubep. 374
Pediatric Patientp. 376
Conclusionp. 377
Fistula Managementp. 381
Introductionp. 381
Etiologyp. 381
Presentationp. 382
Workupp. 382
Medical Managementp. 382
Nursing Managementp. 383
Skin Protectionp. 384
Containment Devicesp. 384
Suction Catheters and Drainsp. 385
Case Studiesp. 386
Conclusionp. 390
Outcomes Measurementp. 392
Introductionp. 392
Overviewp. 393
History of the Quality Movement in Health Carep. 394
Programs for Outcomes Managementp. 396
Delineating Outcomes of WOC Nursing Practicep. 399
What Does the Future Hold?p. 405
Conclusionp. 405
The Use of Telemedicine in Ostomy Managementp. 411
Introductionp. 411
Selecting Servicesp. 412
Selecting the Appropriate Patientp. 412
Performing the Visitp. 413
Patient Responsep. 413
Do's and Don't'sp. 414
Selecting the Technologyp. 414
Assessing Needsp. 415
Choices of Telemedicine Systemsp. 416
Conclusionp. 418
Accelerated Surgical Stayp. 419
Introductionp. 419
Physiologic Background for Accelerated Recovery Programsp. 419
Care Principles: Fast-Track Proceduresp. 423
Conclusionp. 426
Intestinal Transplantationp. 428
Introductionp. 428
Intestinal Failure: Anatomic and Physiologic Causesp. 428
Complications Associated with Total Parenteral Nutritionp. 430
Intestinal Transplantation: Indications and Contraindicationsp. 430
Surgical Procedurep. 432
Postoperative Complicationsp. 435
Quality of Lifep. 438
Conclusionp. 439
Minimally Invasive Surgical Techniquesp. 442
Introductionp. 442
Indications and Contraindicationsp. 442
Benefits and Drawbacks of Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: an Overviewp. 443
Laparoscopic Stoma Creationp. 444
Techniquep. 444
Outcomesp. 445
Conclusionp. 446
Innovative Approaches to Fecal Incontinencep. 448
Introductionp. 448
Medical Therapyp. 448
Surgical Therapyp. 450
Conclusionp. 456
Appendixes
Discharge Resourcesp. 461
Ostomy-Related Resources: Clinician and Patient Relatedp. 467
Nutritional Resourcesp. 476
WOCN Society Publicationsp. 478
Glossaryp. 487
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ISBN: 9780323022484
ISBN-10: 0323022480
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 544
Published: May 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.99 x 19.96  x 2.74
Weight (kg): 0.96

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