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What should I wear to cover the ileostomy stoma?

What should I wear to cover the ileostomy stoma?

A cover that fits: There a wide variety of different ostomy covers available. Most importantly get one that fits well. Other consideration could be appearance and material (that may reduce noises). ...Read more

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Dr. Suzanne Galli
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Stoma (Definition)

A stoma is a surgically created hole that creates a connection between the digestive tract and the skin so that liquid food can be put into the stomach, or liquid waste ...Read more


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What does it mean if there is defunctioning stoma of the ileostomy?

Double stoma: One remains connected to forward intestinal flow- functioning. The other stoma is to empty distal bowel segment=de functioned ...Read more

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Plz don't defeat purpose of this website by tellin me 2 ask my dr or surgeon. My? is what does it mean when a stoma from Ileostomy turns black?

Usually ischemia: That usually means that the stoma has a reduced blood supply, causing what we term ischemia. It may only involve the lining of the stoma, which usually gets better on its own after the swelling goes down. If its the full thickness of the bowel wall, it may need revisional surgery. You should ask your surgeon as well. Hope this helps! . ...Read more

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Dr says he will do an ileostomy reversal by inserting a tube which he'll connect my stoma to 1 end & rectum to the other. Is that how a reversal is?

Dr says he will do an ileostomy reversal by inserting a tube which he'll connect my stoma to 1 end & rectum to the other. Is that how a reversal is?

No: An ileostomy is a safety valve in the proximal intestine to prevent intestinal content from reaching a stitch line in a lower segment of colon near the rectum where a tumor has been resected and the ends of colon stitched together. This safety valve can then be closed. When the stitch line has healed. The ends of the ileostomy are mobilized and resutured. ...Read more

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Have 1st visit @Mayo Clinic next week due to removal of ALL intestines & rectum w/ileostomy. Faild Revrsl. Stoma has 3 holes instead of 1... Why?

Have 1st visit @Mayo Clinic next week due to removal of ALL intestines & rectum w/ileostomy. Faild Revrsl. Stoma has 3 holes instead of 1... Why?

Very complex: The folks at Mayo are literally the world's experts on complex colorectal problems. They will take a complete history and physical examination and may get more tests before making a recommendation. I would listen to whatever they say! ...Read more

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When would one need ileostomy?

When would one need ileostomy?

Some diseases: Conditions when all of the colon needs to be removed such as crohn's or ulcerative colitis. Emergency surgery when there is a colon blockage such as from cancer, or emergency due to colon ischemia, or other emergencies when the colon cannot be reconnected. ...Read more

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Are there different types of loop ileostomy?

Not really: A loop ileostomy is an ostomy where both upstream and downstream ends of the bowel come through the same opening in the abdominal wall. It can be different in terms of what segment of bowel is used. It usually allows for a simpler closure of the ileostomy and a shorter recovery time following pouch surgery. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: ileostomy?

Small intestine skin: A portion of the small intestine attached to the abdominal wall in order to be able to go to the bathroom if something happened to the colon or rectum. ...Read more

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What exactly is a continent ileostomy?

What exactly is a continent ileostomy?

Controllable: An ileostomy is placement of the end of the small intestine out of an opening made in the abdominal wall. Most of these will drain or empty spontaneously, without any control. A valve can be constructed at the opening of the intestine (stoma) which will allow no drainage unless a catheter is passed into the opening--we call this a "continent" ileostomy. ...Read more

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What is a laparoscopic ileostomy take down?

Laparoscopic: Surgery is minimally invasive surgery through 3-4 small incisions using special lighting, camera & small instruments to perform an abdominal surgery. In this case to remove a person's ileostomy and bag and repair or reconnect the small intestines internally. Would be done under full general anesthesia. ...Read more

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Is there another name for continent ileostomy?

Koch + J S W pouch: This is a complex subject and I understand your confusion. The conventional continent ileostomy is called a koch pouch and its opening is located on the abdomen. Other surgeons have described a variety of other procedures where the end is attached to the rectum using an lido-anal pull through technique with a pouch formed using a variety of configurations known the j, s, or w pouch modifications. ...Read more

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Are there different types of ileostomy surgery?

Are there different types of ileostomy surgery?

Yes: There is primarily one type of ileostomy commonly performed, the straight or brooke ileostomy. I am not sure if many are performing a koch pouch ileostomy anymore, which is a type of pouch used under the skin. ...Read more

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Raw broccoli with an ileostomy bag, is that okay?

NO, Why: If you want to take away the smell, first revaluate what you are eating, next put activated carbon tablets in the stomal bag will help you taking the smell off not broccoli. ...Read more

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Docs, usually how long is recovery from an ileostomy?

2 weeks to 1month: Ileostomy is usually performed for obstructing cancer or blockage. Also for ulcerative colitis. After having an ileostomy the incision will heal from the inside. The sutures will last about 1 month. Watch your diet and fluid intake. Too much output from ileostomy can make you dehydrated. ...Read more

Dr. Wayne Myles
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Ileostomy (Definition)

A portion of the small intestine attached to the abdominal wall in order to be able to go to the bathroom if something happened to ...Read more