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Figure 6.1
The (a) male and (b) female genitourinary tracts.
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Figure 6.5
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Figure 6.9
Urinary catheter bag: large.
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Figure 6.13
Suprapubic catheter. Source : Reproduced with permission of .
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Figure 6.17
Body‐worn nephrostomy drainage bag and belt system. Source : Reproduced with permission of ManFred Sauer.
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Figure 6.21
(a) Female orthotopic neobladder. (b) Male orthotopic neobladder.
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Figure 6.25
Examples of enemas.
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Figure 6.29
End ileostomy illustrating the ‘spout’. Source : Reproduced with permission of Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 6.33
Flow chart for choosing appliances: International Ostomy Forum Group ( ) Observation Index . Source : Reproduced with permission of Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 5
Assist the patient into the supine position with knees bent, hips flexed and feet resting about 60 cm apart. Source : Adapted from Yates ( ) with per...
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Figure 22
Inflate the balloon according to the manufacturer's instructions, having ensured that the catheter is draining adequately. Source : Adapted from Yate...
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Figure 6.2
The gastrointestinal tract. Source : Reproduced from Peate et al. ( ) with permission of John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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Figure 6.6
Penile sheath: standard design.
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Figure 6.10
Urinary catheter leg bag.
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Figure 6.14
Closed urinary drainage system with provision for intermittent or continuous irrigation.
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Figure 6.18
Ileal conduit.
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Figure 6.22
Flexi‐Seal Faecal Management System. Source : Reproduced with permission of ConvaTec Ltd.
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Figure 6.26
(a) Transverse (loop) colostomy, (b) ileostomy and (c) end colostomy.
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Figure 6.30
A newly formed Carter double‐barrelled wet colostomy.
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Figure 6.34
An example of a stoma discharge checklist. Source : Reproduced with permission of The Royal Marsden.
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Figure 16
Using gauze swabs, separate the labia minora, and with the other hand clean the meatus with gauze swabs soaked in 0.9% sodium chloride, using single d...
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Figure 8
Removal of a ‘Coloplast’ stoma bridge/rod (refer to manufacturer's guidelines).
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Figure 6.3
Bristol Stool Chart. Source : Courtesy of Dr. K.W. Heaton, Reader in Medicine at the University of Bristol. Reproduced with permission of Norgine Pha...
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Figure 6.7
Types of catheter.
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Figure 6.11
Urinary catheter bag with urometer.
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Figure 6.15
Example bladder irrigation chart.
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Figure 6.19
A Mitrofanoff urinary diversion. (a) Front view. (b) Side view with a catheter in situ .
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Figure 6.23
Classification of constipation. Source : Reproduced with permission of The Royal Marsden.
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Figure 6.27
End colostomy.
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Figure 6.31
A patient wearing a specialist stoma product for the Carter stoma.
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Figure 6.35
Ostomy observational index. Source : Reproduced with permission of Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 18
Apply anaesthetic lubrication to the meatus and then insert the nozzle of the syringe into the urethra and instil gel into the urethra. Source : Adap...
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Figure 6.4
Slipper bed pans: (a) reusable, (b) disposable.
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Figure 6.8
Catheter tips.
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Figure 6.12
Bard StatLock™ Foley stabilization device. Source : Reproduced with permission of C.R. Bard, Inc.
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Figure 6.16
Nephrostomy bag.
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Figure 6.20
A Mainz II urinary diversion.
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Figure 6.24
Correct positioning for opening your bowels. Source : Reproduced with permission of Norgine Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
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Figure 6.28
Loop colostomy with bridge in situ .
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Figure 6.32
Examples of stoma pouches. (a) Closed pouch. (b) Urostomy pouch. (c) Drainable pouch.
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Figure 3
Prepare the trolley, placing all required equipment on the bottom shelf. Source : Adapted from Yates ( ) with permission of EMAP Publishing Limited.
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Figure 20
Advance the catheter until urine is draining and up to the bifurcation (hilt). Source : Adapted from Yates ( ) with permission of EMAP Publishing Lim...