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Title:Odpust in edukacija pacienta s črevesno stomo
Authors:Bukovšek, Sanja (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FZV - Faculty of Health Sciences
Abstract:Pacienti, ki se v bolnišnici soočajo z različnimi težavami ali boleznimi prebavil, katere posledica je lahko stoma, so prizadeti tako telesno kot tudi čustveno. Ob takšni diagnozi, bolniki potrebujejo podporo najbližjih kot tudi zdravstvenih delavcev. Vloga medicinske sestre je, da pacienta sooči s spremenjeno samopodobo in spremenjenim načinom življenja, ugotavlja njegove potrebe in nudi pomoč. V diplomskem delu smo uporabili deskriptivno metodo dela. Podatke smo pridobili s pomočjo pisnih, že obstoječih virov. Namen diplomskega dela je opisati kaj so stome in katere vrste črevesnih stom poznamo. Prav tako smo želeli ugotoviti s kakšnimi fizičnimi in psihičnimi spremembamise soočajo pacienti po operativnem posegu, ter predstaviti naloge in vlogo medicinske sestre pri pacientu s črevesno stomo v bolnišnici. Ko je pacient sposoben skrbeti zase, ter je psihično stabilen, se ga začne pripravljati na odpust. Opisali smo kako poteka odpust pacienta in kakšne so posebnosti načrtovanega odpusta. Odpust pacienta pomeni, da je pacient predan sam sebi, zato je zelo pomembno, da mu ob strani stoji še medicinska sestra (enterostomalna terapevtka), zato smov nalogi opisali edukacijsko vlogo medicinske sestre (enterostomalne terapevtke) na domu pacienta, kako poteka rehabilitacija pacienta s stomo, ter kako po odpustu iz bolnišnice poteka njihovo socialno življenje.
Keywords:stoma, odpust pacienta, medicinska sestra, enterostomalna terapevtka pacient, edukacijska vloga
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[S. Bukovšek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:616-089.86(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2353060 Link is opened in a new window
License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
This work is available under this license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International
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Language:English
Title:Discharge and education of patients with intestinal stoma
Abstract:Hospitalized patients facing various digestive system diseases, the consequences of which can also be a stoma, are affected physically and emotionally. The stoma patients need the support of their closest people and medical professionals. A medical nurse confronts these patients with their altered self-esteem and lifestyle, meets their needs and provides assistance. In this thesis, the descriptive method was used. Its aim was to provide a description of stomas and list the types of intestinal stomas. The data was obtained by meansof pre-existing written sources. Among its goals was to establish what physical and psychological alterations such patients face following surgical operation, and to present the tasks and role of a medical nurse. When the stoma patients are psychologically stable and can take care of themselves, discharge preparations initiate. In the thesis, the process of patient discharge and special circumstances of a planned discharge are described. Because patients are left on their own after discharge, they need to receive the support of a medicalnurse (an enterostomal therapist). The thesis thus contains a description of the educational role of a medical nurse (an enterostomal therapist) at the patient’s home, and a description of such patients’ social life following discharge.
Keywords:stoma, patient discharge, medical nurse, enterostomal therapist, patient, educational role


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