ostomate


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os·to·mate

 (ŏs′tə-māt′)
n.
One who has undergone an ostomy.

ostomate

(ˈɒstəˌmeɪt)
n
(Medicine) a person who has had an ostomy
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She initially struggled to adjust to living as an ostomate. However, this all changed when she discovered a different kind of colostomy pouch which was flushable, so it could be flushed away in the toilet.
Wearing an ostomy pouch and becoming an ostomate: A kairological approach to wearability.
The investigators' previous research on this phenomenon used the qualitative Colaizzi phenomenological method to first understand the student's lived experience as an ostomate patient (Diaz, Maruca, Kuhnly, & Jeffries, 2015).
Also available: ostomy travel tips and an ostomate bill of rights.
Postoperatively, the new ostomate requires general surgical care with dedication to education of new psychomotor skills related to ostomy management.
Other conference topics were nutrition and cancer epidemiology, the use of information technology in practice, pharmacology and the ostomate, the role of nurse practitioners, and a variety of clinically focused case studies from both New Zealand and Australian stomal therapy nurses.
UltraSeal is comfortable and easy to wear, providing the ostomate with a higher confidence level because of the secure fit that prevents leakage and extends pouch wear time.
But I understood my daughter, and, besides, many adults are also scared of seeing a stoma or an ostomate.
The app can filter search results by facility type or user needs, including location of handrails or presence of care beds, diaper-changing tables, and ostomate facilities.
Myers (Colorectal Surgeon), John Richards (Pharm, D) and Randy Henniger (26 year colon cancer survivor and ostomate.)
Instead of having an able-bodied person perform peer counseling, an ostomate with a similar disability should visit the person pre and postoperatively (for example, an ostomate with quadriplegia).