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Figure 5.1
The emetic pathway. Source : Kelly and Ward ( ). Reproduced with permission from EMAP Publishing Ltd.
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Figure 5.6
Commode.
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Figure 5.9
Catheter tips.
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Figure 5.13
Closed urinary drainage system with provision for intermittent or continuous irrigation.
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Figure 5.17
Continent urinary diversion.
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Figure 5.21
Correct positioning for opening your bowel. Source : Reproduced by kind permission of Ray Addison, Nurse Consultant in Bladder and Bowel Dysfunction,...
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Figure 5.25
Transverse (loop) colostomy (a) and ileostomy (b).
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Figure 5.29
Stoma equipment. (a) Drainable bowel stoma pouch. (b) Urostomy pouch. (c) Closed bag.
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Figure 5.2
(a) Male and (b) female genitourinary tract.
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Figure 5.4
Bristol Stool Chart. Source : Reproduced by kind permission of Dr KW Heaton, Reader in Medicine at the University of Bristol. © 2000–2014 Norgine Gro...
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Figure 5.10
Urinary catheter bag, standard.
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Figure 5.14
Bladder irrigation chart.
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Figure 5.18
Self‐catheterization into the continent urinary stoma.
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Figure 5.22
Enema.
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Figure 5.26
Loop colostomy with bridge in situ .
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Figure 5.30
An example of a stoma discharge checklist.
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Figure 5.3
The gastrointestinal tract. Source : Peate et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission from John Wiley & Sons.
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Figure 5.7
Penile sheath.
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Figure 5.11
Urinary catheter leg bag.
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Figure 5.15
Nephrostomy tube.
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Figure 5.19
Faecal management system. Source : Reproduced with permission from ConvaTec Ltd.
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Figure 5.23
End colostomy.
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Figure 5.27
End ileostomy. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 5.31
Ostomy observational index. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 5.5
Slipper bed pan.
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Figure 5.8
Catheter types.
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Figure 5.12
Urinary catheter bag with urometer.
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Figure 5.16
Urostomy.
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Figure 5.20
Classification of constipation.
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Figure 5.24
End colostomy.
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Figure 5.28
Flow chart for choosing appliances: International Ostomy Forum Group (2006) Observation Index. Source : Reproduced with permission from Dansac Ltd.
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Figure 7
Removal of stoma bridge/rod.