Conclusion and References
- Peristomal skin damage is considered one of the five types of moisture-associated skin damage (MASD)
- Patients and their families often need support and education to screen, prevent and manage peristomal skin complications
- To begin with, a key strategy for the management of peristomal skin complications includes addressing why the skin barrier/pouch leaking
- For persistent painful, purple rolled edges peristomal complications, consider active pyoderma gangrenosum
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