Teaching strategies for self-care of the intestinal stoma patients


  • Janaína da Silva
  • Helena Megumi Sonobe
  • Luciana Scatralhe Buetto
  • Marco Gimenes dos Santos
  • Mariza Silva de Lima
  • Vanessa Damiana Menis Sasaki




Self Care, Teaching, Ostomy, Familiar Nursing.


Teaching self-care must ensure the intestinal stoma patient more independence concerning the family and health professionals. The planning involves the assessment of the clinical and socio-demographic data, and the conditions for the self-care. This study aimed at identifying strategies to teach self-care for intestinal stoma patients in the scientific production. We used an integrative review on MEDLINE, PUBMED, LILACS, CINAHL and COCHRANE bases from 2005 to 2011, 7 papers were selected. In the perioperative teaching, multimedia, telephone follow-up, personal meetings, interactive material through the Internet were used, besides the continuing education of the health professionals. These different strategies profess the needs of each individual that promote self-care learning about the surgery and its consequences, skills development and the necessary adaptation of the condition of a stoma patient. The nurse needs to have technical and scientific knowledge on surgical technique, demarcation, treatment, complications, and skills for the teaching of self-care.




How to Cite

Silva, J. da, Sonobe, H. M., Buetto, L. S., Santos, M. G. dos, Lima, M. S. de, & Sasaki, V. D. M. (2014). Teaching strategies for self-care of the intestinal stoma patients. Rev Rene, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.15253/2175-6783.2014000100021



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