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Stoma modules troubleshooting workshop

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Presenter: Stoma Nurses
Date: 04/11/2007
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  • 1. Troubleshooting-Workshop
  • 2. Skin Problems
    • Reaction to appliance
    • Bacterial or fungal infection
    • Folliculitis
    • Pre-existing skin conditions. Eg. Psoriasis, eczema
    • Pyoderma gangrenosum
    • Hyperkeratonic Encrustations
  • 3. Hyperkeratonic Encrustations
  • 4. Faecal Excoriation
  • 5. Pyoderma Gangrenosum
  • 6. Folliculitis
  • 7. Pre-existing Skin Condition
  • 8. Reaction
  • 9. Parastomal Hernia
  • 10. Prolapsed Stoma
  • 11. Bleeding from stoma
    • Bleeding from surface of stoma
    • Bleeding from lumen of stoma
  • 12. Granuloma
    • Excess granulation tissue caused by friction from appliance or a foreign body. Eg. A stitch
  • 13. Pancacking
    • Faeces remains stuck around the stoma and does not drop into the bag
  • 14. Rectal Discharge
    • This can be normal after surgery when the rectum or rectal stump has not been removed
  • 15. Mucocutaneous Separation
  • 16. Stenosis
    • When the lumen of the bowel becomes narrow. May be a complication of muco-cutaneous separation
    • Dilation
    • Diet to keep stool soft
  • 17. Scenario 1 A 62 year old man asks to see you for some advice about a sore, red area around his stoma. He had surgery 3 months ago and has an ileostomy.
  • 18. Scenario 2 A 42 year old lady asks for some advice about sore skin she has around her colostomy.
  • 19. Scenario 3
    • A 75year old lady visits clinic complaining of appliances not sticking and leakage. Also complaining of a ‘swelling under stoma’ She has had a colostomy for 2years for a rectal cancer
  • 20. Scenario 4
    • A man of 33 years attended clinic complaining of emptying his pouch frequently. He has an ileostomy for Ulcerative colitis 6 months ago.

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