The problems of patients with stoma and its effects on daily living activities

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Esma Özşaker
Tuğce Yeşilyaprak

Abstract

Objective: This study was conducted to determine the problems of individuals with stoma and its effects on the daily life activities


Material and Methods: The study was conducted individuals with at least one month's stoma, agreed to participate in the study, over the age of 18 years, between January 1 and June 1, 2016 in individuals attending a General Surgery Clinic of a University. In the study, used survey form was prepared by the researchers in the direction of the literature.


Results: The mean age of patients was 56.67±11.07 and 70.4% were male. When social lives of the individuals were examined after stoma, it was found that 22.2% of them prevented the daily activities of the stoma, 14.8% of them had changed in their family, friends and neighbors relations, The 7.42% were embarrassed due to stoma, The 27.8% of them went to liquid beverage restriction, The 16.7% have decreased appetite due to smell. No statistically significant difference was found between the sexes, pre-stoma education status, stoma type and stoma duration according to daily life activities, nutritional status, mental status, dressing and social life (p> 0,005).


Conclusion: It has been determined that stoma influences social life together with mental problems at individuals and restricts their daily activities.

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ÖzşakerE., & Yeşilyaprak T. (2018). The problems of patients with stoma and its effects on daily living activities. Medical Science and Discovery, 5(12), 393-398. Retrieved from https://medscidiscovery.com/index.php/msd/article/view/243
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