Market research shows there has been an increased use in convex products. This webinar will discuss the what and when of choosing convex product choices to improve patient care. It will also discuss potential risks and contraindications for using convexity.
This ConvaTec sponsored webinar provides a historical perspective on the use of convexity in the management of a patient with a stoma. To understand where we are now with product choices, it is important to step back and review the evolution of various shapes of convex pouching systems. We will examine types of convexities including degrees of convex products, location of the convexity and stability (hard soft light rigid) of convexity. Case studies will illustrate the use of convex products in management of the patient with a stoma.
A webinar on surgical solutions. On the Ostomy side, Dr. Das will discuss the me+™ Program, convexity characteristics and product solutions, and the benefits of ConvaTec Moldable Technology™.
During this webinar we will be sharing insights from the me+ Recovery Program, as well as looking at the current evidence to explore: How we can reduce the risk of a parastomal hernia (PSH) and empower patients to help themselves; safe exercises people can do when they already have a PSH and how you can provide the right advice to your patients; and learn some simple core exercises to show your patients tomorrow.
CE Credit(s): 1.0 From the novice to the well-seasoned veteran, this hour-long webinar will provide a step-by-step approach for conducting the perfect stomal and peristomal skin assessment. Use Code ConvaTec23 (valid through 12/31/23).
CE Credit(s): 1.0 In this webinar you will learn to identify ostomy care solutions for moist skin, skin folds, pouching over irregular skin contours when managing obesity or hernias and more. Use Code ConvaTec23 (valid through 12/31/23).
CE Credit(s): 1.0 Peristomal skin complications are a frequent problem with up to 60% of individuals with a stoma. These skin complications and associated symptoms (pain, irritation, and odor) can significantly interfere with daily physical activities, leading to social isolation, anxiety, depression, and a reduced quality of life. This 1-hour presentation will focus on some of the most common peristomal complications, seen with both urinary and fecal stomas, including etiology, identification and treatment. Live webinar recording sponsored by McKesson. Use Code ConvaTec23 (valid through 12/31/23).
CE Credit(s): 1.0 From stomal complications to skin care tips and Dx self-management, we cover the most common clinical and lifestyle concerns with an ostomy. In this 1-hour webinar, we cover post-discharge ostomy resources, peristomal skin care, ostomy products for swimming and athletics that extend wear time and more. Use Code ConvaTec23 (valid through 12/31/23).
CE Credit(s): 1.0 Adapting to life with an ostomy is helped by choosing the right appliance and accessories. In this one-hour session we look at choosing the right products for an ostomate's stoma placement, skin care needs and lifestyle. Use Code ConvaTec23 (valid through 12/31/23).
It's not IF you get called in to consult on an ostomy case − it's WHEN. In this session we will review basic ostomy assessment skills including patient positioning during assessment, management of the abdomen, and management of peristomal and stomal complications. We will also touch on what's new in Ostomy.
Achieving a leak-proof seal between the skin barrier and the abdominal skin surrounding the stoma is the cornerstone of ostomy management. This session will focus on assessment, interventions, and techniques for choosing the right ostomy products for creating dry surfaces, contour management, securement and peristomal skin protection. (Note: this session contains various brand name product reviews)