Ostomy Management Course is organized by Wound Care Education Institute (WCEI) and will be held from Sep 08 - 12, 2019 at Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States of America.
The target audience for this medical event is LPN/LVN, RN, NP, PTA, PT, OTA, OT. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 36 Contact Hours.
The Ostomy Management Course focuses on the treatment, therapy, and counseling for individuals before, during and after a fecal or urinary diversion. The goal is to provide a patient-centered plan of care. The course offers hands-on workshops.
• List key characteristics required for stomal and peristomal skin assessment.
• Discuss the different types and indications of pouching systems and accessories used with stoma pouching systems
• Explain the steps of stoma siting procedure for optimal location on the abdomen for a stoma
• Discuss emotions that a new ostomy patient is likely to experience before and after the creation of a stoma or a continent diversion.
• Discuss the etiology, identification, and treatment, both conservative and surgical, if appropriate, of the 5 stomal complications.
• Differentiate between types of fistulas in terms of causative factors, pathophysiology, and principles of management.
• List indications, contraindications and procedure steps for colostomy irrigation.
• Describe the causes, symptoms, and interventions for ileostomy food blockage.
• Identify the purpose, design, location in the intestine, methods of accessing and management of three enterostomal and three enterostomy tubes.
• State how to assess for, prevent and manage four enteral tube complications.
• Discuss conditions in the pediatric patient that may require a fecal or urinary diversion.
• Summarize the management of a pediatric patient with a urinary or fecal diversion.
• Summarize the goals of pre-operative teaching, list what should be covered and develop an individualized teaching plan for a patient based on an assessment of their learning needs.
• Demonstrate a stoma assessment.
• Demonstrate application, emptying, and removal of a cut to fit 2-piece pouching system.
• Demonstrate patient teaching methods for application, emptying and removal of a pouching system.
• Demonstrate the “crusting” procedure.
• Explain the goals of post-operative teaching. List what should be covered and develop an individualized teaching plan based on an assessment of their learning needs.
|Contact No. :||1-877-462-9234
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Individual - Registration Fee||07 Sep,2019||USD 2697.00|
|WCEI Alumni - Registration Fee||07 Sep,2019||USD 2297.00|