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At the end of the section you will also find a list of books that are relevant to stoma care.


Tappe AT; Management of Partially retracted Stomas: Ensuring a better quality of life. Click here.

Broadwell DC; Rehabilitation needs of the patient with cancer: Cancer; 60, 563-568; 1987. Click here.

Coey L; Readability of printed educational materials used to inform potential and actual ostomates: Journal of Clinical Nursing; 5:359-366; 1996. Click here.

Cohen A; Body image in the person with a stoma: Journal of Enterostomal Therapy; 18, 68-71; 1991. Click here.

Devlin BH; Colostomy: past and present: Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons in England; Vol. 72, pp. 175-176; 1990. Click here.

Frigell A; Ottander M, et al.; Quality of life of patients treated with abdominoperineal resection of anterior resection for rectal carcinoma: Annales Chirurgiae et Gynaecologiae; 79:26-30; 1990. Click here.

Gearing Y; Am I an alright person; Inforum, page 12. 1990. Click here.

Halme LE, 1992. Results of surgical treatment of patients with Crohn's disease. Annales Chirurgiae et ynaecologiae 81:277-283. Click here.

Jones H, 1985. Colostomy care. Maintaining an active life. Nursing times 13-19, No.: 81(7), 36-38. Click here.

Kelly MP; Henry P, 1993. Open discussion can lead to acceptance. Professional Nurse, November 1993. Click here.

Kluka S; Kristjanson LJ, 1996. Development and testing of the ostomy concern scale. Journal of Wound Care, Vol: 23, No. 3, 166-170. Click here.

Lask B; Jenkins J; Nabarro L; Booth I, 1987. Psychosocial sequele of stoma surgery for IBD in childhood. Gut, 1987, 28, 1257-1260. Click here.

Lewis J, 1990. A life with quality and purpose. Professional Nurse Vol: 5, No.: 9, 498. Click here.

Macdonald LD; Anderson HR, 1984. Stigma in patients with rectal cancer: a community study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Vol: 38, 284-290. Click here.

Majola SG; Ntombela BB; Zungu BM, 1995. A study of attitudes of colostomy patients towards a stoma. Curationis, Vol: 18, No. 1. Click here.

Padilla G; Grant M, 1985. Quality of life as a cancer nursing outcome. Advances in Nursing Science, Vol: 8, No.: 1, 45-60. Click here.

Pieper B, 1996. Comparing adjustment to an ostomy for three groups. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurse, Vol: 23, No.: 4, 197-204. Click here.

Reid, J; Lindholm C; Franks PJ, 1996. Quality of life measurement tools. Journal of Wound Care, Vol: 5, No.: 3, 142-144. Click here.

Rubin GP; Devlin HB, 1987. The quality of life with a stoma. British Journal of Hospital Medicine, Vol: 38, No.: 4, 300-303 + 306. Click here.

Salter MJ, 1992. Aspects of sexuality for patients with stomas and continent pouches. Journal of ET Nursing, Vol: 19, No.: 4, 126-30. Click here.

Shipes E, 1987. Psychosocial issues: the person with an ostomy. Nursing Clinics of North America, Vol: 22, No.: 2, June. Click here.

Speca M; Robinson JW; Goodey E; Frizzell B, 1994. Patients evaluate a quality of life scale: whose life is it anyway? Cancer practice Sept/Oct, Vol: 2, No.: 5, 365-370. Click here.

Quality of Life:

Bekkers MJ; van Knippenberg FC; van Dulmen AM; van den Borne HW; van Berge Henegouwen GP, 1997. Survival and psychosocial adjustment to stoma surgery and nonstoma bowel resection: a 4-year follow-up. Journal of Psychosomatic Research Vol 42 (3): 235-244. Click here.

Frigell A; Ottander M; Stenbeck H; Pahlman L, 1990. Quality of life of patients treated with abdominoperineal resection or anterior resection for rectal carcinoma. Annales Chirurgiae et Gynaecologiae 79: 26-30. Click here.

Gloeckner MR; Starling JR, 1982. Providing sexual information to ostomy patients. Dis Colon Rectum, Sept., 25(6): 575-9. Click here.

MacDonald LD; Anderson HR, 1984. Stigma in patients with rectal cancer: a community study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Vol 38, 284-290. Click here.

McLeod RS; Lavery IC; Leatherman JR; Maryland PA; Fazio VW; Jagelman DG; Weakley FL, 1986. Factors affecting quality of life with a conventional ileostomy. World J Surg. 10, 474-480. Click here.

Mihalopoulos NG; Trunnell EP; Ball K; Moncur C, 1994. The psychologic impact of ostomy surgery on persons 50 years of age and older. Journal Wound Ostomy Continence Nursing Jul;21(4):149-55. Click here.

Padilla GV; Grant MM, 1985. Quality of life as a cancer nursing outcome variable. ANS Advances in Nursing Science Oct;8(1):45-60. Click here.

Rubin GP; Devlin HB,1987. The quality of life with a stoma. British Journal of Hospital Medicine Oct;38(4):300-3, 306. Click here.

van Haastregt JC; de Witte LP; Terpstra SJ; Diederiks JP; van der Horst FG; de Geus CA, 1994. Membership of a patients' association and well-being. A study into the relationship between membership of a patients' association, fellow-patient contact, information received, and psychosocial well-being of people with a neuromuscular disease. Elsevier Patient Education and Counselling Oct;24(2):135-48. Click here.


Abdominal Stomas and Their Skin Disorders
An Atlas of Diagnosis and Management
Calum C. Lyon & Amanda J. Smith
Martin Dunitz Ltd.
The Livery House
7-9 Pratt Street
London NW1 0AE, UK
ISBN 1-85317-896-9

BOKEY, E.L., Robyn Shell:
Stoma Therapy
Pergamon Press Pty. Ltd.
19a Boundary Street, Rushcutters Bay
NSW 2100, Australia.

Stoma Care
Beaconsfield, Bucks, England.

BROADWELL, Debra & Betty S. Jackson:
Principles of Ostomy Care
The C.V. Mosby Company
St. Louis Missouri, 1982.

DEVLIN, Brendan H.:
Stoma Care Today
Oxford Publishing Services
Publishing Foundation Ltd., Pembroke House
36-37 Pembroke Street, Oxford.

ELCOAT, Catherine:
Stoma Care Nursing
Balillière Tindall, London.

JETER, Katherine F., Nancy A. Faller, Christine Norton:
Nursing for Continence
WB Saunders
Curtis Ctr, Independence Sq West
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.

MULLER, Barbara Door & Kerry Anne Mc Ginn:
The Ostomy Book
Bull Publishing Co., 1980.

MYERS, Celia:
Stoma Care Nursing: A patient-centred approach.
338 Euston Road, London NW1 3BH, England.
ISBN 0 340 59491 8.

TODD, Ian P.:
Intestinal Stomas
William Heinemann Medical Books Ltd., London, 1978.
ISBN 0 433 32501 1, Alden Press, Oxford.

Nursing The Patient With Cancer
Prentice Hall International (UK) Ltd., 1988.
ISBN 0-13-627647-4.

SMITH, Dorothy B. & Johnson Douglas E.:
Ostomy Care and the Cancer Patient
Surgical and Clinical Considerations
Grune & Stratton, Inc. 1986,
Orlando, Florida 32887.

WADE, Barbara:
A Stoma is for Life
Gazelle Book Services Ltd.
Falcon House, Queens Square, Lancaster
LA1 1RN, England.


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