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6 July, 07:16

A client who has undergone a colostomy several days ago is reluctant to leave the hospital and has not yet looked at the ostomy site. Which measures will most likely promote coping?

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  1. 6 July, 08:36
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    The question is incomplete. The complete question is as follows:

    A client who has undergone a colostomy several days ago is reluctant to leave the hospital and has not yet looked at the ostomy site. Which measures are most likely to promote coping? Select all that apply.

    a. Remind the client frequently that he will be responsible for caring for the colostomy at home

    b. Ask a member of the local ostomy club to visit with the client before discharge

    c. Ask the enterostomal nurse specialist to consult with the client before discharge

    d. Remind the client frequently that infection is a major complication of a colostomy

    e. Ask the client to begin doing one part of the ostomy care and increase tasks daily

    Answer:

    Colostomy may be defined as the surgical procedure in which the large whole is created in the large intestine. This provides the alternative means to throw feces out of the body.

    The medical assistant must cope positively with the patient. The attendant must visit the client before the discharge of the patient. The proper medicine and prevention from infection must be instructed to the patient. The enterostomal nurse must visit the patient.
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