A person can suffer trauma from accidents, injuries, or other unfortunate incidents. Our trauma care specialists will help you to overcome all your problems by giving you attention, counselling, proper medication, and diet. Now, you don’t need to scare or hide anything, rather you can consult us and we will certainly help you to overcome the situation with our expertise and care.
- About Your Stoma
Livonta Home Care is equipped with the best stoma care nursing services. Things to know about your stoma include:
- Your stoma is the lining of your intestine.
- It will be pink or red, moist, and a little shiny.
- Stomas are most often round or oval.
- A stoma is very delicate.
- Most stomas stick out a little over the skin.
- Your stoma may bleed a little when you clean it.
- The skin around your stoma should be dry.
- The urine that comes out of the stoma can be very irritating to the skin.
So, it is important to take special care of the stoma to prevent damage to the skin. Livonta Home Care embraces the patients with the best stoma care services.
- What are the Different Types of Stoma?
Below, we are mentioning different types of stoma.
- Colostomy: A stoma that is with part of your colon (large intestine) to bypass your rectum. A colostomy can be temporary if your colon just needs to heal. You might need a colostomy if you are suffering from the colon or rectal cancer, a colon injury, or a blockage in your colon.
- Urostomy: When your doctor makes a small pouch using your small intestine, this is known as urostomy. You need a urostomy if your bladder is diseased or damaged.
- Ileostomy: A stoma is created using your small intestine so that waste can bypass your colon and rectum. This is the most common type of temporary stoma. You may need an ileostomy if you are suffering from Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or bowel cancer.
Livonta Home Care offers comprehensive stoma care services to the patients.
- Stoma Care
Once you have stoma after a colostomy, ileostomy or urostomy, you can lead a normal life by following the right care and attention. Colostomy care at home makes this simpler and easier for you. Stoma Care or colostomy care at home for the patient is very important. Proper stoma care at home involves removing the pouch gently, cleaning the skin below the pouch using water, letting the skin dry, sprinkling sufficient ostomy powder on the skin, and wiping off the extra powder gently.
Livonta Home Care offers stoma care nursing services at home eliminating your travel hassles and ensuring the best comfort. A well-trained and efficient stoma nurse will take care of patients who have undergone colostomy, urostomy, and ileostomy. Professional stoma care nurses will help you to find appropriate products and pouches necessary to retain your comfort and confidence. If you are looking for the best stoma care services, get in touch with us and receive the best stoma care at home without stepping out.
- When to Call a Doctor?
- You should call the doctor if you are suffering from the below-mentioned things.
- your stoma is inflamed and is more than a 1/2 inch (1 cm) larger than normal.
- Your stoma is pulling in, below the skin level.
- Your stoma is bleeding more than normal.
- Your stoma has turned purple, black, or white.
- Your stoma is leaking frequently.
- Your stoma does not seem to fit as well as it did before.
- You have to change the appliance once every day or two.
- You have a discharge from the stoma that smells bad.
- You have persistent diarrhoea
- Is it Reversible?
Depending on your health condition, you need either a permanent or temporary stoma. If your bowels or bladder aren’t entirely damaged, your stoma might be reversible. Your doctor will tell you before surgery whether your stoma will be permanent or not. If your stoma is temporary, surgery to reverse it is usually done three months to a year after your original surgery. During this time, your organ heals. During reversal surgery, your doctor will retort the ends of your intestine and sew the ostomy opening closed.
- Are There any Complications?
Though stomas are quite safe, still, there are some complications which you should aware of.
- Skin irritation
- Parastomal hernia
We have a highly proficient and skilful team who is always ready to combat diseases passionately. Every team member has plenty of experience in the field of medical science & technology.
Director of Livonta Home Care Pvt. Ltd.
Surgical Gastroenterologist, Bariatric & Robotic Surgeon
Director of Livonta Home Care Pvt. Ltd.
Advisory Person at Livonta Home Care Pvt. Ltd.
Dr. Shilpa Narwaria
MBBS Tele Medicine Consultant
Our unparalleled services and highly competent staff make us different from others. We follow all international protocols to treat our patients. Our doctors and other healthcare staff are immensely qualified and well-trained and always treat patients with great care and efficiency. We are partnered with some leading and reputed hospitals so that our patients will always get the best treatment from us. Moreover, we provide 24X7 medical assistance to our patients.
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Some testimonials and comments that we received from our clients are,
- Dhudhwala Manishaben’s daughter
- Meet Shah
- Piyush Panchal
- Vora Harsh
- Parikh Vishesha
In these difficult times when so many of our best and dear ones are getting afflicted with COVID , with the rising number of cases, unavailability of hospital beds Livonta home care had been a blessing to many of our patients . Getting COVID care in their home . Their proper care ,home visits and hospital treatment as and when need be has helped many patient fight this epidemic and come out a winner .Dr Cecil kanuga (Patient's relative)
Patient name : Rupalben