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Radiological gastrostomy: A comparative analysis of different image-guided methods

Hu HT, Yuan H, Guo CY, Yao QJ, Geng X, Cheng HT, Ma JL, Zhao Y, Jiang L, Zhao YQ, Li HL

Background: Radiographic guided percutaneous gastrostomy has become a safe and effective enteral nutrition method for patients who can not eat by mouth. Fluoroscopy, computed tomography (CT) and cone-beam CT have...
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vidence-Based Nursing Practice Guideline: Ostomy Care

Lee YJ, Park HS, Kim MK, Seo HW, Lee MJ, Won EA, Jo GN

Purpose: The aim of this study was to develop an evidence-based guideline for stoma management providing institutional policy, assessment, complications and follow-up care. Methods: The guideline adaptation manual consisting of...
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Nutritional Management of a Patient with a High-Output Stoma after Extensive Small Bowel Resection to Treat Crohn's Disease

Lee YJ, Kweon M, Park M

For patients with short bowel syndrome who undergo ileostomy, nutritional management is essential to prevent complications associated with a high-output stoma (HOS). We report a practical example of ostomic, medical...
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Influence of Post-traumatic Stress Disorders on Quality of Life among Patients with Ostomy: Focused on the Mediating Effect of Resilience

Shin JH, So HS, Kim EA

PURPOSE: This study was performed to identify the mediating effect of resilience in the relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and quality of life (QoL) among patients with ostomy. METHODS: A...
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Living with a Colostomy: A Phenomenological Study

Jun SY, Song Y

PURPOSE: This study was to explore and describe their experience of living with a colostomy. METHODS: The data were collected by in-depth interviews with eight patients with colorectal cancer. The individual...
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Psychological attitude to self-appraisal of stoma patients: prospective observation of stoma duration effect to self-appraisal

Hong KS, Oh BY, Kim EJ, Chung SS, Kim KH, Lee RA

PURPOSE: In recent years, many psychological problems in patients with stomas have been addressed in a number of studies. But there are only a few studies that use objective measures...
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The Influence of Nutritional Assessment on the Outcome of Ostomy Takedown

Kim MS, Kim HK, Kim DY, Ju JK

PURPOSE: Ostomy takedown is often considered a simple procedure without intention; however, it is associated with significant morbidity. This study is designed to evaluate factors predicting postoperative complications in the...
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Distress of the Patients with Ostomy

Oh EH, Hong SJ, Mo MH, Woo MY, Kim SJ, Chung BY

  • KMID: 2339412
  • J Korean Oncol Nurs.
  • 2011 Feb;11(1):9-19.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to explore and describe the distress of the patients with ostomy. METHODS: A descriptive research design was adopted for data collection and analysis. Six...
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Comparison of Standardized Peristomal Skin Care and Crusting Technique in Prevention of Peristomal Skin Problems in Ostomy Patients

Park S, Lee YJ, Oh DN, Kim J

PURPOSE: This study was performed to compare the effects of standardized peristomal skin care (SPSC) and crusting technique (CT) on the peristomal skin of ostomates. SPSC was developed by a...
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Psychosocial Adaptation and Related Factors in Patients with a Permanent Colostomy

Cha BK, Baek ES

  • KMID: 2295720
  • J Korean Acad Fundam Nurs.
  • 2009 Nov;16(4):506-514.
PURPOSE: This study was conducted to define factors influencing psychosocial adaptation of patients with a permanent colostomy. Independent variables including perceived stress, stoma care self-efficacy, self-care behavior, self-esteem and family...
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Affecting Factors of End Colostomy-Related Complications

Park SM, Kim KS

  • KMID: 2291549
  • J Korean Acad Adult Nurs.
  • 2007 Sep;19(4):634-643.
PURPOSE: This study was performed to investigate the type and frequency of end colostomy-related complications and to identify the risk factors for those complications. METHODS: Retrospective analysis of medical records...
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Effects of Self Efficacy Promoting Programs on Self Efficacy, Self Care Behavior and Psychosocial Adaptation in Patients with a Colostomy

Kim KM, Baek ES, Kang NH, Yoon KE, Bae NY, Cha BK

  • KMID: 2136273
  • J Korean Acad Fundam Nurs.
  • 2007 Aug;14(3):288-296.
PURPOSE: This study was conducted to investigate the effects of self-efficacy promoting program on self-efficacy, self-care behavior and psychosocial adaptation in patients with a colostomy. METHOD: A non-equivalent control group...
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The Duct to mucosa method for a pancreaticojejun-ostomy:continuous stitches modification

Jang JY

  • KMID: 1928355
  • Korean J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg.
  • 2007 Mar;11(1):15-18.
Pancreatic anastomosis is a main pitfall when performing a proximal pancreatectomy due to significant morbidity and associated mortality. In selecting a pancreatic anastomosis method, many factors must be considered such...
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Development and Evaluation of a Web-based Ostomy Self-care Education Program

Kim AR, Park HA

  • KMID: 2330577
  • J Korean Soc Med Inform.
  • 2005 Mar;11(1):35-44.
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to develop a Web-based ostomy self-care education program and to evaluate its effects on ostomates' self-care knowledge and self-care behavior. METHODS: Based on...
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