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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It is uncertain whether this minor difference in tube diameter may account for the nonsignificant trend toward more minor complications, including peristomal leakage and clogged tube, seen in the transabdominal group.
The WOC nurse provides expert care for those who may be experiencing pouch leakage and peristomal skin complications as a result of leakage.
The histopathologic features of MCD compared to Crohn disease directly involving the skin (ie, perianal, peristomal, perifistular) are similar overall, with anatomic location being the main differentiating feature.
A Novel Approach to the Effective Management of a Non-healing Peristomal Wound Shirley Stille, RN, BAN, CWOCN, CFCN, Wound, Ostomy Continence and Footcare Nurse, Riverwood Healthcare
Upon inspection, the nurse found the wafer of the appliance was not adhering well to the peristomal skin.
Variants of PG include classic PG, peristomal, pustular, bullous, vegetative and ulcerative types.
A biopsy of peristomal granular tissue was taken and showed invasive moderately differentiated keratinizing SCC.
Protective barrier, skin, powder, composed of synthetic and / or mixed resin, suitable for peristomal area with absorbent and cicratezante action, external use
Stoma education includes the topics of adjusting psychologically to living with a stoma, peristomal skin care, and change of a stoma appliance (Bryant, 1993; Slater, 2010).
MASD is also referred to as incontinence-associated dermatitis and can cause other conditions such as intertriginous dermatitis, periwound moisture-associated dermatitis and peristomal moisture-associated dermatitis.
19 Minor complications include peristomal wound infection, tube obstruction and leakage whereas major complications include peritonitis, premature removal and intestinal perforation.