Valoración del paciente cistectomizado tras el alta hospitalaria en relación a la incontinencia y la urostomía

  1. M. López Pérez 1
  2. S. Torres Rioja 1
  3. M.J. Marinas Pérez 1
  4. E. Sánchez Mesonero 1
  5. C. Muélledes Hernández 1
  6. A. Merino Pastor 1
  1. 1 Hospital Río Hortega Valladolid

ISSN: 2695-5172 2695-5180

Year of publication: 2016

Issue: 130

Pages: 18-23

Type: Article

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The aftermath in a radical cystectomy is a challenge for people affected to go on with his normal life. It is a nursing competence to evaluate those circumstances. The objective is to know problems and needs of the patient with cystectomy at home.A survey related to the management of urinary incontinence and urostomy devices at home after hospital discharge in patients with radical cystectomy and different urinary diversion (orthotopic ileal neobladder, Bricker, Mainz II type) is conducted.In the case of neobladder, urinary incontinence delays social and family reintegration. Additionally those patients demand information regarding recovery daytime continence management and collectors.Patients with an urostomy demands training and information about devices management.In conclusion, we consider it is need to design a guide of recommendations at home.