Fecal & Urinary Diversions, Management Principles

Fecal & Urinary Diversions

Management Principles

By Janice C. Colwell, RN, MS, CWOCN, Clinical Nurse Specialist, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois; Margaret T. Goldberg, RN, MSN, CWOCN, Delray Medical Center, Delray Beach, FL; and Jane E. Carmel, RN, MSN, CWOCN, Program Co-Director, Wicks Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Educational Program, Mechanicsburg, PA


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