ileostomy

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ileostomy

[‚il·ē′ä·stə·mē]
(medicine)
Surgical formation of an artificial anus through the abdominal wall into the ileum.
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The opening, or stoma, for ileostomies and colostomies is created surgically in the abdominal wall with the ileum or colon sutured to the outer skin (Minkes, 2015; Piras & Hurley, 2011).
Individuals with ileostomies are successful business people, taxi drivers, welders, sales people, carpenters, teachers, etc.
All ileostomies were carefully managed by dietary advises and medication for reducing effluent and with adequate local skin care.
The company will be enrolling around 20 healthy participants with functioning ileostomies in the second Phase IIa trial, which will include two treatment periods for all participants.