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Stoma

Stoma


video The perfect stoma - how to avoid parastomal hernia

By In Stoma

Trainee Video Session - Muhammad Imran Aslam (UK) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Emergency resection versus bridge-to-surgery with stent or decompressing stoma for left-sided obstructive colon cancer: a nation-wide analysis of 2587 patients

By In Stoma

The Six Best Free Papers - Joyce Veld (The Netherlands) at ESCP Nice 2018

video ROCSS: Reinforcement of closure of stoma site

By In Stoma

International Trials Results Forum - Aneel Bhangu (UK) with Expert commentary by Charles Knowles (UK) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Ileoanal pouch excision

By In Stoma

Surgical Video Session - Guy Worley (UK) at ESCP Nice 2018

video Defunctioning Stoma - Old Problems, New Solutions Popular

By In Stoma

Keynote Lecture - Peter Kienle at ESCP Milan 2016

video Trainee Video Session: Stoma: do's and don'ts

By In Stoma

Educational session - Harald Rosen at ESCP Milan 2016

video My five stomas

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Patient perspectives on stoma and transplantation - Christina O'Dwyer at ESCP Dublin 2015

video Stoma complications

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Core Subject Update - Peter Dawson at ESCP Dublin 2015

video A randomised controlled trial of reinforcement of closure of stoma site using a biological mesh

By In Stoma

Clinical Trials Update - ROCSS Collaborative at ESCP Barcelona 2014

document Stomas and Stomatherapy (Chapter 10, European Manual of Medicine: Coloproctology)

By In Stoma

Althrough surgical progress has led to a marked reduction of those patients who might require a stoma some conditions still need this method of faecal diversion. Stomas can be either temporarily (protective or covering) or permanent and either the terminal ileum or any part of the colon may be used based on the specific indication as well as anatomic situation. Preoperative determination of the best anatomic location together with counselling by specialised stoma specialists will lead to the best functional results and an acceptable stoma function which should help the patient to overcome this difficult situation

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