ostomate


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ostomate

 [os´to-māt]
one who has undergone enterostomy or ureterostomy.

os·to·mate

(os'tō-māt),
One who has an ostomy.
[L. ostium, mouth]

ostomate

/os·to·mate/ (os´tah-māt) one who has undergone enterostomy or ureterostomy.

ostomate

(ŏs′tə-māt′)
n.
One who has undergone an ostomy.

ostomate

[os′təmāt]
Etymology: L, ostium, mouth
a person who has undergone an ostomy.

os·to·mate

(os'tō-māt)
Term for one who has an ostomy.
[G. stoma, mouth]

ostomate

an animal which has undergone enterostomy or ureterostomy.
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The ostomate bill of rights identifies required individualized elements, supporting quality care for individuals with ostomies (United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc.
One-fourth of ostomates experience depression and/or anxiety during the immediate 10 weeks after surgery (Richbourg, Thorpe, & Rapp, 2007).
Quality of life of ostomates with the selected factors in a selected hospital of Delhi with a view to develop guidelines for the health professionals.
Many ostomates are unable to go out and enjoy a full and active life due to uncertainty about whether they will be able access the proper facilities.
Delivering stoma materials to ostomates in the home environment and related services.
All are welcome, whether ostomates and families or nurses.
Odds are, you have ridden in elevators with ostomates, worked with them or played softball with them in your local league.
Like many of America's nearly one million ostomates, Bush wears a pouch attached to his body at the opening to collect waste.
I am extremely excited to be working with Stimatix GI, a leader in changing the lives of ostomates with new innovations to improve the quality of life of these patients.
with a focus on fostering high standards of stomal therapy, promoting professional and educational advancement of ET practitioners, and promoting optimal care and rehabilitation for ostomates.
Project Description : Project LIFE WITHOUT LIMITATION wants to help the target group of disabled people with the outlet of the bowel or ureter, which is technically known as ostomates (70% of cancer patients, 20% had intestinal inflammation, 10% other.