The colostomy is a technique that causes around 40% of complications secondary to this technique.
Normal stomas have a debit that varies between 500-1,000 ml per day due to ileostomies. The limit from which a stoma is considered to be producing a high debit is not clearly defined.
It is not easy for an ostomate to face the new lifestyle changes coming after the ostomy surgery. Find out how to cope with post-surgical depression here.
Learn more about Laparoscopic Hernia Repair, a new, less-invasive, and safer procedure that may be used for incisional hernias and parastomal hernias.
Each patient has unique needs, so the selection of supplements for the care of your colostomy is essential. Learn to choose the best colostomy bag here.
A hernia is an abnormal protrusion or displacement of the intestine through a weak area or defect. Learn more details about parastomal hernias here.
Convexity in Ostomy Appliances exists to provide an optimal peristomal seal. Find out more about the benefits and the convex ostomy supplies available here.
Find out more about incisional hernias, which develop as a result of your ostomy surgery, and consist in part of the intestine lodging inside the incision.
The frequency of ostomy bag change does not have a consensus. However, some recommendations related to changing frequency are common in several patients.