The rising number of chronic diseases is expected to be a growth factor for the ostomy products market, according to a new market report.
Wound care gets most of the attention, but ostomy management is another critical need for long-term care residents that deserves study, improvement
Providers caring for ostomy patients can soon use an algorithm that helps improve care management and patient safety, its proponents claim.
SenSura Mio addresses challenges by adjusting to the curves of the patient's body.
Dr. Stuart Robertshaw, perhaps better known widely as "Dr. Humor," will be the keynote speaker Sunday at the Wound Ostomy Continence Nurses Society 43rd Annual Conference in New Orleans. Robertshaw, a recently retired professor of psychology and education who has researched and presented on the role of humor in patient care for more than 23 years, will speak on "The Healing Power of Humor."