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Care of patients with peristomal skin complications

Care of patients with peristomal skin complications

Care of patients with peristomal skin complications

Jennie Burch
Jennie Burch
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Launch date: 26 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 25 Jul 2020

Reference: 186286

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Oluwatoyin Adewoye (25 Jul 2020)
very good
GRACE OBIKE (23 Jul 2020)
Educative
MARIE+LOUISE UWIZEYIMANA (20 Jul 2020)
this lesson refresh my knowledge

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Description

Stoma formation is common and may be necessary in the management of certain diseases and as a result of surgery to the gastrointestinal tract or urinary tract. Because stomas provide an alternative route for the excretion of faeces and urine, they can have a significant effect on the individual's physical, psychological and social functioning. Stomas require careful management and patients need to be taught how to self-care for the stoma and how to recognise common complications. This learning module focuses on the signs, symptoms and management of peristomal skin complications.

Objectives

This module aims to increase the reader’s knowledge of stoma formation and the importance of effective management of patients with peristomal skin complications.

On completion of this course you will gain an understanding of:
Describe the anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and urinary system.
Provide an overview of the different types of stomas and their indications.
Identify the appropriate stoma appliance for each type of stoma.
Discuss the causes of peristomal skin complications and appropriate management.
Outline when and why stoma accessories can be used.
Jennie Burch

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Jennie Burch
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Enhanced recovery nurse, St Mark’s Hospital, Harrow, Middlesex.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Royal College of Nursing (RCN)
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (22)

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Oluwatoyin Adewoye (25 Jul 2020)
very good
GRACE OBIKE (23 Jul 2020)
Educative
MARIE+LOUISE UWIZEYIMANA (20 Jul 2020)
this lesson refresh my knowledge
MARY MWANGI (15 Jul 2020)
fair
THOMAS KWIZERA (15 Jul 2020)
the module about caring for such patients impowered my knowledge and skills
Mrs Mutiat Sobiye Adesola (14 Jul 2020)
highly informative,simple and short course
ELIZABETH PAPA (12 Jul 2020)
none
Eric Addo (11 Jul 2020)
very educative ,
VERONICA MUTINDA (11 Jul 2020)
very good
HONORINE UMWANAWIMPUHWE (10 Jul 2020)
Thanks
Jumbo Cornelius (9 Jul 2020)
This is very educative and up to date.
THEOGENE MUHIRWA (7 Jul 2020)
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VALENTINE NYIRAMUGISHA (1 Jul 2020)
thanks
NTABANGANYIMANA ANTHERE (29 Jun 2020)
is understandable
Olubunmi Olufokunbi (27 Jun 2020)
good
Ayomide Ojegbeje (26 Jun 2020)
very good
lBRAHIM GOJE HASSAN (26 Jun 2020)
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good
Isah Lami Dorcas (23 Jun 2020)
this course is good
Moses Adeniyi Adedokun (22 Jun 2020)
Good
Ms MERCY PINGO BSc (20 Jun 2020)
Very educative
CLAUDINE TWIZERE (19 Jun 2020)
good

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