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Faglige artikler

Faglige artikler dækker emner, såsom ”Hvordan den peristomale kropsfacon påvirker livskvaliteten” og ”Diskuterer seksualitet med dine patienter”. Nye emner er ofte inspireret af forelæserne ved Coloplasts events, fx Ostomy Days. Herunder finder du et udvalg af artikler.

Tarm-hjerne-aksen: Tarmfloraen og dens interaktion med hjernen

I mere end tre århundreder har forskerne undersøgt forbindelsen mellem tarmen og hjernen. I denne artikel kigger vi på noget af den seneste forskning i den mulige rolle, som tarmens mikrobiom spiller for tarmens fysiologi, samt konsekvenserne for centralnervesystemet, når denne balance forstyrres.

3 kvinder, sundhedsfaglige sidder sammen udendørs

Hvordan den peristomale kropsfacon påvirker livskvaliteten

Coloplast Ostomy Life Study Review 2016 viser, at den peristomale kropsfacon har en direkte indflydelse på livskvaliteten for personer med stomi. Et nyt værktøj gør det muligt at få en bedre forståelse for, hvordan stomiprodukter påvirker hverdagsaktiviteter som indkøb og motion, samt hvilken indflydelse det har på de helbredsrelaterede aspekter af livskvaliteten. 

Artikel med søjlediagram

An unfamiliar body in an unfamiliar land - from "stomaland" to a new homeland

This article is based on a presentation given by Jessica Swinbourne, PhD (Australia) and Rune Nørager, PhD (Denmark) at the Coloplast Ostomy Days  2018. 

Jessica is a clinical psychologist, currently running her own clinical practice in Sydney, Australia. Her PhD research explored the co-morbidity between eating disorders and anxiety disorders and she has also been involved in research investigating psychological interventions for obesity management. Rune is a behavioural and cognitive psychologist. Combining research and the role as CEO of designpsychology, Rune and his team work to transform scientific findings about human nature into new products and services that can help healthcare specialists and patients alike.  

Artikel, 3 kvinder i toppen og en lille tegneserie nederst

Treating parastomal hernias – the surgical perspective

This article is based on a presentation given by Dr. Peter-Martin Krarup, (Denmark) at the Coloplast Ostomy Days 2018.

Working as Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at the Zealand University Hospital, Roskilde, Denmark, Peter-Martin has a strong interest in the impact of surgical complications, including anastomotic leakage and parastomal hernia. He’s an active member of the database steering committee of the Danish Colorectal Cancer Group and a former consultant in the Copenhagen Ostomy Database.  ol

Making the right choice - and making it sooner

How can nurses guide patients to the best available solution for their specific body shapes - as quickly as possible? This is a central question in ostomy care. And the drive to find the optimal solution becomes even more urgent when dealing with people with inward peristomal areas. 

Research from the Ostomy Life Study 20141 shows that many people are struggling with their existing convex solutions. There is evidence of a high degree of worrying about leakage - and also a higher actual leakage experience than other ostomy patients. Data also shows that these concerns greatly impact quality of life for the patients negatively. 

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