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Stoma care - 6(b) - Complications

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VOL: 97, ISSUE: 23, PAGE NO: 43

CHRIS METCALF, GASTROENTEROLOGY ENDOSCOPY NURSE SPECIALIST, WEST HERTS NHS TRUST, WATFORD GENERAL HOSPITAL.

In this second Part discussing the complications that may arise in patients with a stoma, methods of dealing with bowel prolapse and granulomas are discussed. As with all aspects of dealing with stomas, the advice of the stoma care nurse should be sought.

In this second Part discussing the complications that may arise in patients with a stoma, methods of dealing with bowel prolapse and granulomas are discussed. As with all aspects of dealing with stomas, the advice of the stoma care nurse should be sought.
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