have cared for a few pts like this.
see types of accessories available to assist this pt:
look at suppliers you have for similar items.
a. if output is 150/cc hr then traditional drainage bag only holds 250'cc not practical for this patient. wt of bag/overfill causing movement away from stoma. adding an extension set to end of bag and attaching to bedside drainage bag would eliminate this issue.
example: night drainage container tubing
b. if flange of devise is not flush with skin, then stomaadhesive paste is appropriate. otherwise needs skin cement: clean skin well, no soaps, apply skin prep to irritated areas. fan dry well, then apply skin cement, dry well to tacky touch
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then apply appliance.
99.9% success rate with these 2 tricks.
ask for wound care/ostomy rn eval if these tricks don't help.