Stoma-associated problems: the important role of the specialist nurse.

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McGrath, A (2017). Stoma-associated problems: the important role of the specialist nurse. British Journal of Nursing. 26 (5), pp. S30-S31.
AuthorsMcGrath, A
Abstract

Following on from a study carried out with his colleagues in 2010, Anthony McGrath, Head of Department Adult Nursing and Midwifery, London South Bank University, considers the ongoing problems faced by patients with stomas and the importance of support from stoma care nurses.

KeywordsHumans; Granuloma; Dermatitis; Obesity; Prolapse; Aftercare; Enterostomy; Risk Assessment; Risk Factors; Nurse's Role; Incisional Hernia; United Kingdom; Nurse Specialists; Aftercare; Dermatitis; Enterostomy; Granuloma; Humans; Incisional Hernia; Nurse Specialists; Nurse's Role; Obesity; Prolapse; Risk Assessment; Risk Factors; United Kingdom; 1110 Nursing
Year2017
JournalBritish Journal of Nursing
Journal citation26 (5), pp. S30-S31
PublisherLondon South Bank University
ISSN0966-0461
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.12968/bjon.2017.26.5.S30
Publication dates
Print09 Mar 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited01 Dec 2017
Accepted09 Feb 2017
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