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Synonyms for enterostomy

surgical operation that creates a permanent opening through the abdominal wall into the intestine

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Poster presented at: The Congress of the European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET); June 23-26, 2013; Paris, France.
The preliminary study results were presented at the 11th Congress of the European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET) in Bologna, Italy.
37), and high-tech care (including intravenous and enterostomal therapy, enteral nutrition, and dialysis; OR = 1.
Anethesia Technician Biomedical Engineer Technician Caridiac Technician Cardiac Catheterization Technologist Cytogenetic Technologist Enterostomal Therapist Genetic Counselor Hyperalimentation Technician Interventional Radiological Technician Mammography Technologist Polysomnographic Technician Vascular Technician
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines recommend that people with rectal cancer be referred to an enterostomal therapist (a health care professional, often a nurse, trained to help people with their colostomies) as part of their initial work-up.
Enterostomal varices secondary to portal hypertension: Progression of disease in conservatively managed cases.
All of these can be managed by adequate enterostomal nursing care and IV hydration.
Oncology nursing was instituted in 1979; enterostomal nursing was instituted the same year, with Vera Stewart becoming the first enterostomal nurse.
in adult health nursing from Pace University in Pleasantville and has completed the Harrisburg Area Enterostomal Therapy Nursing Education Program.
Your doctor may order consultation with an enterostomal therapist (ET).
Skin IQ([TM]) MCM can simplify surface selection and expedite therapy while providing outstanding clinical results," said Rose Raizman, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Enterostomal Therapist, Rouge Valley Health System, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
From its humble beginning in 1988, when a small group of enterostomal (ET) nurses and physicians interested in this new discipline created a mission and vision to provide an interdisciplinary forum on wound care, the SAWC/WHS Spring meeting has grown to become the largest annual gathering of wound care clinicians, researchers and industry representatives in the United States.
Judy had pre-arranged meetings with the AASTN education committee and the Australian World Council of Enterostomal Therapists' representative.
Presented at 11th Congress of the European Council of Enterostomal Therapy (ECET)
The Guideline for Prevention and Management of Pressure Ulcers will debut at the joint international conference of the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society and World Council of Enterostomal Therapists in Phoenix, June 12 through 16, 2010.