Leaflet References

Understanding Issues that may arise with a Urostomy

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  • Thompson N, Trainer B. Incidence of parastomal hernia before and after a prevention programme. Gastrointestinal Nursing 2005;3(2):23-7
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Sharon Fillingham
20th May 2014

Leaflet Continent Urinary Diversion e.g. Mitrofanoff

Version 3 – January 2015

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  • Geng V, Eelen P, Fillingham S, Holroyd S, Kiesbye B, Pearce I, Vahr S. (2010) Good Practice in Healthcare: Continent Urinary Diversion. European Association of Urology Nurses Guidelines
  • Fillingham, S. Understanding what it means to have a Mitrofanoff pouch. In: Charter: Stoma Care. Spring 2010: Issue 35; 7-9.
  • Jepson R G, Craig J C; Williams G. Cranberries for preventing urinary tract infections. The Cochrane Library 2012. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/14651858. CD001321
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  • Long-term bowel disorders following radical cystectomy: an underestimated issue? Kramer MW1, von Klot CA, Kabbani M, Kabbani A, Tezval H, Peters I, Herrmann TR, Kuczyk MA, Merseburger AS.
  • Is continent cutaneous urinary diversion a suitable alternative to orthotopic bladder substitute and ileal conduit after cystectomy? Al Hussein Al Awamlh B1, Wang LC, Nguyen DP, Rieken M, Lee RK, Lee DJ, Flynn T, Chrystal J, Shariat SF, Scherr DS. BJU Int. 2014 Aug 28.
  • Continent urinary diversion. Moon A1, Vasdev N, Thorpe AC. Indian J Urol. 2013 Oct;29(4):303-9. doi: 10.4103/0970-1591.120111

Sharon Fillingham, Urostomy Association Nursing Advisor
Alan deBolla FRCS, National President
11th February 2015

What is a Urostomy

Version 2

  • Bricker EM (1950) Bladder substitution after pelvic evisceration. Surgical Clinics of North America 30:1151.
  • Fillingham S, Fell S: Urological Stomas. In: Fillingham, S; Douglas J, eds. Urological Nursing. Third Edition London: Bailliere Tindall, 2004: Ch 11 207-225.
  • Collett, K. Practical aspects of Stoma management. Nurs Stand 2002; 17(8):45-52 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12476809
  • Cronin, E. Best practice in discharging patients with a Stoma. Nurs Times 2005; 101(47):67-8 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16329280
  • Fillingham, S 2005 Care of patients with Urological Stomas. In: Breckman B(ed) Stoma care and rehabilitation. Edinburgh: Elsevier Churchill Livingstone

Sharon Fillingham
Nurse Advisor
December 2014