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Managing peristomal skin complications Quick Guide

22 February 2016

Unlike wounds, where the ultimate treatment goal is healing, stomas are a breach of the skin that are designed to stay open in order to drain the stoma effluents. Therefore the surrounding skin requires scrupulous care to maintain its health and avoid dermatological complications. This Quick Guide outlines common peristomal skin complications and how they can be prevented and managed.

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