peristomal


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per·i·o·ral

(per'ē-ō'răl),
Around the mouth.

peristomal

[per′istō′məl]
pertaining to the area of skin surrounding a stoma in the abdominal wall.
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Study objectives were to assess the incidence of peristomal complications, evaluate peristomal skin condition and assess satisfaction levels with Moldable skin barriers in patients with a colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy.
When adequate pressure was applied, the presence of any peristomal aberration (e.
The observational, prospective study titled OSMOSE* evaluated the progression of peristomal skin conditions in stoma patients using ConvaTec Moldable Technology™ Skin Barriers over a two month period, involving more than 100 active centers in France.
11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study has found ConvaTec Moldable Technology(TM) highly effective at preventing peristomal skin lesions and improving peristomal skin condition in patients who have an ostomy or a "stoma", a surgically-created opening for the discharge of bodily waste.
The observational, prospective study titled OSMOSE* evaluated the progression of peristomal skin conditions in stoma patients using ConvaTec Moldable Technology(TM) Skin Barriers over a two month period, involving more than 100 active centers in France.
Use of a Moldable Skin Barrier with Adhesive Coupling to Manage Severely Denuded Peristomal Skin (Abstract # 5251)
Developed to help establish a standard language for peristomal lesions, the SACS(TM) Instrument allows a healthcare professional to assess and classify a peristomal lesion in three steps.
Six posters will be presented detailing clinical practice including clinical and pharmacoeconomic benefits in home healthcare, pain management in patients with venous leg ulcers, treatment of peristomal wounds, and combinations of Altrazeal(TM) with negative pressure wound therapy.
PHOENIX, June 13 /PRNewswire/ -- A new evidence-based instrument to assess and classify peristomal skin lesions was launched at the 2010 Joint Conference of the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN) and World Council of Enterostomal Therapists (WCET).
The vast majority of participants (95%) had ileostomy or colostomy surgery, and more than 40 percent of all evaluations reported the peristomal skin as having some or extensive redness and breakdown at baseline.
According to a study of more than 200 people living with an ostomy, 45 percent of ostomy patients suffer from a peristomal skin disorder, of which 77 percent could be related to contact with stoma effluent.