urostomy


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u·ros·to·my

 (yo͝o-rŏs′tə-mē)
n. pl. u·ros·to·mies
Surgical construction of an artificial excretory opening from the urinary tract.

urostomy

(jʊəˈrɒstəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
(Medicine) an artificial opening for the release of urine, used when urination through the bladder and urethra is no longer possible due, for example, to surgery
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The 52-year-old, below, was diagnosed with rectal cancer in 2016 and is now fitted with colostomy and urostomy bags he calls the "twins".
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For some patients, the distal end of the stent was placed into an urostomy bag (n=52) or ileal conduit (n=46) (Fig.
Osmena, a cancer survivor, wrote on his Facebook post that what he carried was a urostomy bag.
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For those with an incontinent urostomy, patients have expressed a need for better training on how to manage and troubleshoot common issues, such as changing the ostomy bag and maintaining healthy skin around the stoma.
I had this operation more than eight years ago which has been a total success and I adjusted to the urostomy bag quite easily.
You are observing the RN obtain a urine sample from a patient with a urostomy. Which answer is correct?
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