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Vol 10, No 3 (2017)
Aktualności w pielęgniarstwie nefrologicznym
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Patient after kidney transplantation with urinary diversion with Bricker’s method — nursing interventions based on descriptions of cases

Marta Hreńczuk1, Tomasz Piątek1, Maciej Kosieradzki2, Piotr Małkowski1
Forum Nefrologiczne 2017;10(3):225-230.
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  1. Zakład Pielęgniarstwa Chirurgicznego, Transplantacyjnego i Leczenia Pozaustrojowego, Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny
  2. Katedra i Klinika Chirurgii Ogólnej i Transplantacyjnej, Warszawski Uniwersytet Medyczny

open access

Vol 10, No 3 (2017)
Aktualności w pielęgniarstwie nefrologicznym

Abstract

The lack of possibility of urinary diversion into the urinary bladder in potential recipients of a kidney is not a contraindication to its transplantation. With success, most often the diversion is made with the use of a bowel insert with Bricker’s method.


The aim of the paper is presenting the nursing interventions on the example of description of two patients who underwent kidney transplantation with urinary diversion with Bricker’s method (urostomy). The first patient is a recipient who underwent kidney transplantation and at the same time the urostomy was made in that person. The second patient is a patient
with whom urinary diversion was made into theearlier formed Bricker’s loop.


Nursing interventions were conditioned by nursing problems and they differed slightly in described cases. Presented nursing interventions are typical actions for the group of kidney recipients and specific for the patients with urostomy.

Abstract

The lack of possibility of urinary diversion into the urinary bladder in potential recipients of a kidney is not a contraindication to its transplantation. With success, most often the diversion is made with the use of a bowel insert with Bricker’s method.


The aim of the paper is presenting the nursing interventions on the example of description of two patients who underwent kidney transplantation with urinary diversion with Bricker’s method (urostomy). The first patient is a recipient who underwent kidney transplantation and at the same time the urostomy was made in that person. The second patient is a patient
with whom urinary diversion was made into theearlier formed Bricker’s loop.


Nursing interventions were conditioned by nursing problems and they differed slightly in described cases. Presented nursing interventions are typical actions for the group of kidney recipients and specific for the patients with urostomy.

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Keywords

kidney transplantation; urostomy; Bricker’s method; nursing interventions

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Title

Patient after kidney transplantation with urinary diversion with Bricker’s method — nursing interventions based on descriptions of cases

Journal

Renal Disease and Transplantation Forum

Issue

Vol 10, No 3 (2017)

Pages

225-230

Bibliographic record

Forum Nefrologiczne 2017;10(3):225-230.

Keywords

kidney transplantation
urostomy
Bricker’s method
nursing interventions

Authors

Marta Hreńczuk
Tomasz Piątek
Maciej Kosieradzki
Piotr Małkowski

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