The emetic pathway. Source : Kelly and Ward ( ). Reproduced with permission from EMAP Publishing Ltd.
Closed urinary drainage system with provision for intermittent or continuous irrigation.
Continent urinary diversion.
Correct positioning for opening your bowel. Source : Reproduced by kind permission of Ray Addison, Nurse Consultant in Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction,...
Transverse (loop) colostomy (a) and ileostomy (b).
Stoma equipment. (a) Drainable bowel stoma pouch. (b) Urostomy pouch. (c) Closed bag.
(a) Male and (b) female genitourinary tract.
Bristol Stool Chart. Source : Reproduced by kind permission of Dr KW Heaton, Reader in Medicine at the University of Bristol. © 2000–2014 Norgine Gro...
Urinary catheter bag, standard.
Bladder irrigation chart.
Self‐catheterization into the continent urinary stoma.
Loop colostomy with bridge in situ .
An example of a stoma discharge checklist.
The gastrointestinal tract. Source : Peate et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
Urinary catheter leg bag.
Faecal management system. Source : Reproduced with permission from ConvaTec Ltd.
End ileostomy. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
Ostomy observational index. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
Slipper bed pan.
Urinary catheter bag with urometer.
Classification of constipation.
Flow chart for choosing appliances: International Ostomy Forum Group (2006) Observation Index. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
Removal of stoma bridge/rod.