OSTOMY AND CONTINENCE CARE IS IMPORTANT TO YOUR RECOVERY

Bowes In Home Care provides expert assessment, education and care, resulting in fewer complications and re-hospitalizations. Our healthcare team works with the most advanced products and supplies available to provide the best care possible.

The goals of the Ostomy and Continence at Home:

Ostomy and continence care begins with a comprehensive assessment of your needs by Bowes In Home Care specially trained and highly skilled clinicians. Under the consultative supervision of certified ostomy and continence nurses, our clinicians receive advanced education and consultative support in managing the care of ostomy and continence patients. Your clincian will answer your questions and give you and your family a personalized plan of care.

Ongoing incontinence management care includes:

Ongoing ostomy care includes:

Facts about Incontinence and Ostomy

Urinary incontinence is a common condition in men and women of all ages. There are two main types — stress incontinence, which can cause leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh or lift something heavy, and urge incontinence, which is a sudden, strong urge to urinate.

An ostomy is a surgically created opening in the body for the discharge of waste. In North America alone there are about 70,000 ostomy surgeries performed every year. Colostomies, ileostomies and urostomies are performed on people of all ages for a wide variety of causes.

Tips for managing urinary incontinence:

Tips for managing ostomies:

For more information about ostomies, visit the United Ostomy Associations of America.