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3 Item(s) found for:  Wound and Ostomy Care Service 

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About your ostomy care supply order: Important information   English
Abstract: This handout explains how to get supplies for ostomy care after leaving the hospital. A list of ostomy suppliers, both in the Seattle area and online, is included.
Author: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2003
UWMC Dept: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Revised Date: 8/2012
After your ileostomy: Getting ready to leave the hospital and self-care at home   English
Abstract: This handout for ileostomy patients lists what you will need to know before you leave the hospital. It also covers self-care at home, including foods to eat and foods to avoid. Other sections cover when to call the doctor or ostomy nurse, fluid and salt balance, and avoiding bowel problems. Three pages of blank "Daily Intake and Output Charts" are included, for recording intake of liquid and output of stool and urine.
Author: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2013
UWMC Dept: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Revised Date: 12/2015
Managing your new ostomy   English
Abstract: This handout explains how to care for a new ostomy, in particular how to obtain a good seal and how to protect the skin.
Author: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2003
UWMC Dept: Wound and Ostomy Care Service
Revised Date: 2/2012
 
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