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Peristomal Hernia - Best Practice

Wednesday, February 9, 2011  
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Peristomal Hernia - Best Practice for Clinicians

The Peristomal Hernia: Best Practice for Clinicians is the newest best practice document for clinicians published by the WOCN Society. Peristomal hernia is one of the most common complications after abdominal stoma construction. This document provides information about the complication and lists best practices for nursing management of the person with a peristomal hernia. Although stoma prolapse may be considered a type of peristomal hernia, it is not the focus of this document. Published Date: 2011; 9 page booklet.

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