Background: Worldwide, stomas represent a medical and social problem. Data from the literature on stoma management are extensive but not homogeneous. In Italy, no guidelines exist for this topic. Thus, clear and comprehensive clinical guidelines based on evidence-based data and best practice are need. In 2018, the Multidisciplinary Italian Study group for STOmas, called MISSTO, was founded. The aim was to elaborate guidelines for practice management of enteral and urinary stomas in adults. Methods: A systematic review of the literature was performed using PubMed, National Guideline Clearinghouse, and other databases. The research included guidelines, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomized clinical trials, cohort studies, and case reports. Five main topics were identified: “stoma preparation”, “stoma creation”, “stoma complications”, “stoma care”, and “stoma reversal”. The systematic review was performed for each topic, and studies were evaluated according to the GRADE system, AGREE II tool. Results: Recommendations were elaborated in the form of statements with an established grade of recommendation for each statement. For low levels of scientific evidence statements, a consensus conference composed of expert members of the major Italian scientific societies in the field of stoma management and care was held. After discussing, correcting, validating, or eliminating the statements by the experts, the final version of the guidelines was elaborated and prepared for publication. This manuscript is focused on statements on the surgical management of enteral stomas. Conclusions: These guidelines are the first Italian guidelines on multidisciplinary management of enteral stomas with the aim of assisting surgeons during stoma management and care.

Ferrara F., Parini D., Bondurri A., Veltri M., Barbierato M., Pata F., et al. (2019). Italian guidelines for the surgical management of enteral stomas in adults. TECHNIQUES IN COLOPROCTOLOGY, 23(11), 1037-1056 [10.1007/s10151-019-02099-3].

Italian guidelines for the surgical management of enteral stomas in adults

Ferrara F.;
2019-10-12

Abstract

Background: Worldwide, stomas represent a medical and social problem. Data from the literature on stoma management are extensive but not homogeneous. In Italy, no guidelines exist for this topic. Thus, clear and comprehensive clinical guidelines based on evidence-based data and best practice are need. In 2018, the Multidisciplinary Italian Study group for STOmas, called MISSTO, was founded. The aim was to elaborate guidelines for practice management of enteral and urinary stomas in adults. Methods: A systematic review of the literature was performed using PubMed, National Guideline Clearinghouse, and other databases. The research included guidelines, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, randomized clinical trials, cohort studies, and case reports. Five main topics were identified: “stoma preparation”, “stoma creation”, “stoma complications”, “stoma care”, and “stoma reversal”. The systematic review was performed for each topic, and studies were evaluated according to the GRADE system, AGREE II tool. Results: Recommendations were elaborated in the form of statements with an established grade of recommendation for each statement. For low levels of scientific evidence statements, a consensus conference composed of expert members of the major Italian scientific societies in the field of stoma management and care was held. After discussing, correcting, validating, or eliminating the statements by the experts, the final version of the guidelines was elaborated and prepared for publication. This manuscript is focused on statements on the surgical management of enteral stomas. Conclusions: These guidelines are the first Italian guidelines on multidisciplinary management of enteral stomas with the aim of assisting surgeons during stoma management and care.
12-ott-2019
Ferrara F., Parini D., Bondurri A., Veltri M., Barbierato M., Pata F., et al. (2019). Italian guidelines for the surgical management of enteral stomas in adults. TECHNIQUES IN COLOPROCTOLOGY, 23(11), 1037-1056 [10.1007/s10151-019-02099-3].
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