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    Wednesday, November 02, 2011

    Medical bed

      A Colostomy is created when the healthy end of the colon (large intestine) is sutured into an abdominal opening. This opening is called a stoma. Intestinal waste leaves the body through the stoma. People with a colostomy wear a pouch or a stoma cap over the stoma. Human waste is collected in the pouch or removed through an intestinal enema (irrigation), in which case it is often sufficient to wear a stoma cap. Colostomy can be performed as a temporary solution to allow the lower portion of the colon to heal after surgery. A temporary colostomy is reversed by re-attaching the colon and closing the stoma. A permanent Colostomy, most often an end Colostomy, is created when a portion of the colon or the rectum is removed. The remaining colon is brought to the abdominal wall and permanently connected to the stoma. Caring for your body after a colostomy involves the use of a variety of colostomy supplies, medical bed, and diapers for adults. Excrement pouches or bags are typically made of transparent (usually for pediatric use) and opaque materials that adhere easily and painlessly to your body. They are lightweight, and recent advances in technology have made them easier to use than ever. While colostomy pouches and bags are a popular choice, there are still social stigmas about these devices. Some people, although incorrectly, still associate colostomy supplies with foul odor, leakages, and other embarrassing issues. As well, many patients simply would rather not change a colostomy bag daily if they don't have to. For some, then, there are also internal alternatives to these external products. These include internal pouches called colo-anal pouches. While some colostomy cases don't allow for this option, many people do qualify for such a procedure. Colo-anal pouches are actually constructed from a portion of your lower intestine, and act as a new rectum. It essentially replaces the one that was removed during the colostomy, ridding you of the awkwardness and social stigmas associated with external options.