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Happy Father's Day

June 16, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Father and Child HandsPhoto by Liane Metzler on Unsplash

The month of June is home to a large amount of fun activities and fun times to be had all around. However today we want to focus in on one day in particular...Father's Day. This is a day that we have the privilege to spend time having fun and engaging in activities, but the undertone for the whole day is how much your life has been affected by your dad. We all have one, and the crazy part is how much they teach us in such an important and formative part of our life and how much we take away from them without even realizing what they are teaching us.

So today call your dad, or simply reflect on all the amazing things that you were able to learn from him all those years ago. Who knows, maybe on a day like today he's thinking about you!

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Pot Roast Special

June 15, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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So after spending a lot of quality time with relatives and friends during this early summer, there is one thing that we can all agree is just simply delicious. Pot Roast. So when you are out and about this summer try this one out! Here is what you'll need to make all of your stomach dreams come true!


  • 1 4-pound boneless beef chuck roast, trimmed
  • 3 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons kosher salt
  • 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided
  • 1 large onion, chopped
  • 1 large leek, white and light green parts only, halved lengthwise, sliced crosswise
  • 4 garlic cloves, finely grated
  • 1 tablespoon tomato paste
  • 1 cup dry white wine
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 cup low-sodium chicken broth
  • 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 large carrots, peeled, cut into 3-inch pieces
  • 3 celery stalks, cut into 3-inch pieces
  • 1 large parsnip, peeled, cut into 1-inch pieces
  • 1½ pounds medium red waxy potatoes, quartered, halved if small
  • 8 ounces crimini mushrooms, quartered
  • Chopped parsley and chopped chives (for serving)

Now that we have collected all of these foods together, it is time to make the magic happen!

Step 1: Season roast with 3 Tbsp. salt, rubbing into the grain and covering all sides. Wrap tightly in plastic and chill at least 3 hours and up to 3 days.

Step 2: Heat 2 Tbsp. oil in a medium skillet over high. Cook onion, leek, and remaining 2 tsp. salt, tossing occasionally, until browned around the edges but not completely cooked through, 6–8 minutes. Add garlic and tomato paste and cook, tossing occasionally, until paste is brick red and mixture is fragrant, about 1 minute. Add wine and bay leaf and cook, stirring occasionally and scraping bottom of pan, until slightly reduced and you can no longer smell the alcohol, about 2 minutes. Scrape onion mixture into ceramic insert of a 6-qt. slow cooker. Stir in broth and pepper.

Step 3: Heat remaining 2 Tbsp. oil in same skillet over high. Cook roast, turning occasionally, until golden brown on all sides, 10–12 minutes. Transfer to insert, nestling into onion mixture. Arrange carrots, celery, parsnip, potatoes, and mushrooms around roast, pushing into onion mixture and surrounding meat. You might think there isn’t enough liquid, but the juices from the roast and vegetables will release as they cook.

Step 4: Slide ceramic insert into base, cover, and cook over high heat until roast is very tender and shreds easily, 7–8 hours. If programming your slow cooker, set for 7 hours at high, then set to warm after that.

Step 5: Transfer roast to a cutting board and slice against the grain. Divide vegetables among plates. Arrange sliced roast over. Top with parsley and chives.


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Food for the Summer

June 1, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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So I don't know about you, but I would like to consider myself a foodie. You know, someone that really loves food and can tell the main difference between "just okay" and "oh lordie this is delicious." However that might just be my bias speaking, and the child's dream inside of me to become a food critic. But in all reality, we have found something, and I can vouch for its deliciousness and high quality of taste.

Now that I have captured your attention and you are just waiting to hear what this recipe is, let me add this disclaimer. If your palate is not considered to be friendly to our aquatic friends, then this recipe might not be for you. That's right, seafood. With all of the disclaimers out of the way, lets dive in...pun intended.

Let's start with what you will need for this amazing recipe:

  • 1 lb. medium shrimp (peeled and deveined)
  • 3 ears of corn (quartered)
  • 1 zucchini (cut into half moons)
  • 2 cloves of garlic (minced)
  • 2 tsp. ground cumin
  • 1 tsp. crushed red pepper flakes
  • 2 tbsp. freshly chopped cilantro
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Kosher Salt
  • Freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • 2 Limes (cut into rounds)
  • and finally 2 tbsp. of butter

Since collecting all of these ingredients was easy, I'm sure you all just have a pound of deveined shrimp waiting in your freezer just for this occasion. It is time for us to create this tasty treat!

In a large bowl, combine shrimp, corn, zucchini, garlic, cumin, red pepper flakes, and cilantro. Drizzle with olive oil, season with salt and pepper, and toss until combined.

Lay out four pieces of foil. Divide shrimp mixture between foil and top each with a pat of butter and lime slices. Seal packs.

Heat grill to high. Add shrimp packs and grill until shrimp is pink, about 10 minutes.


That's it. Just 3 easy steps that you can do at home. So go, create something tasty for yourself and your family. Or maybe you can save this little tidbit of information for when you go to your summer grill off. Show off that recipe to the individual that is always saying you can't cook, its really up to you...the net is in your hand.

Okay, enough fish puns. Just try it, you'll like it. That's a promise.

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Your Summer Cast Solution

May 31, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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Summer is here, the weather is becoming incredibly hot and it is starting to become time for us to move towards the water! However we are also in the middle of the out of school time, which means that summer sports are starting up for kids and that leads to injuries. Well the last thing that we want to happen is to have your child unable to participate in all of the activities that they had planned out for this summer. So we are here to inform you of a solution! It's a little unorthodox, but if your child injures either their arm or their leg the perfect thing for them might just be a shower sleeve. Now before you write me off as just another crazy business promotion, think about this...a shower sleeve does all the things that would be necessary for your child to still participate in all of the water based activities that they would have been participating in when they were 100%. It prevents water from getting the cast wet, provides protection against bacteria in the water that potentially could get into the cast/injury, and on top of that doesn't slow you down due to the nature of the product and its non-water absorbent nature. This seems like a no brainier to me!

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Support Surface - Low Air Loss

May 25, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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We have already covered the Gel Overlay Mattress and the APP Pad, so now we are onto the third and final support surface that you can use with your Drive Hospital Bed. The Low Air Loss Mattress. This device is very different from the other two devices, which both attach onto the regular mattress and are in reality just a topper for the bed. With the Low Air Mattress the regular mattress is actually removed from the bed and this is used in its place. This is due to the way that the low air loss mattress works. It uses a lower pressure of air for the filling to allow for maximum comfort for the patient by allowing for them to be on as level of a sleep as possible. Here are a few benefits of Low Air Loss Mattresses and what exactly they are able to do for you!

#1: Enhances Quality of sleep which has been shown to be increase the health and well being of an individual.

#2: Increase blood flow which is necessary for individuals to feel both comfortable and healthy.

For any more information about Low Air Loss Mattresses call us at 586-755-2300.

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Support Surface - APP Pad

May 24, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Hospital bed

So last week we covered the first type of support surfaces, the Gel Mattress Overlay. Now we're going to move onto another type of support surface, the APP Pad. The APP Pad or Alternating Pressure Pump and Pad, is a compact and lightweight device that allows for the air supply to provide relief to the patient via stimulation every 30 seconds. This is a very appropriate alternative to the Gel Mattress Overlay if the patient has chronic pain that strikes in more than one location causing a large array of pain across the individuals body. For more information about APP Pads and to learn how you can acquire one for your loved one call the number below!

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Greek Goodness

May 18, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Green yogurt with granola and berries

This week we'll be pulling a recipe from one of our own! Its considered to be both healthy and tasty, and on top of that it is incredibly simple to make! Its a homemade parfait! We all love a good parfait, and we here at Binson's are going to teach you a great way to do just that. Lets get started with the ingredients! For this recipe you will need:

  • Small Bowl of Frozen Fruit (our favorite is a mixed berries combination)
  • Bear Naked Granola of Any Flavor (our favorite is Cacao & Cashew Butter)
  • Chobani Plain Greek Yogurt.

This recipe is easily accessed from any grocery store and now that you've collected all of the tasty pieces of the recipe lets get started because we know just how hungry you really are!

Step #1: In a dish of your size, place the frozen fruit into it to let it defrost and become soft.

Step #2: In another small dish (after the fruit has defrosted) take the Greek yogurt and place as much into your bowl as you want!

Step #3: Then pour the fruit into the bowl of yogurt. Then add a quarter cup of the granola of your choosing into the bowl as well.

Step #4: Mix all the ingredients together and simply enjoy your simple, healthy and chilled snack!

We hope you've enjoyed this recipe! Check in every Saturday for another healthy and tasty treat!

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Group 1 Pressure Relief

May 16, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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Have you ever thought that your hospital bed just wasn't comfortable? Or that something had to be done because you were developing a nasty something since sleeping on the hospital bed? One thing that people seem to forget about hospital beds is that there are many different surfaces that you can use to adjust the feel and comfort of your hospital bed!

The first option you can go with is a Gel Mattress Overlay. This is a very good solution to prevent any pressure wounds that may occur by "providing a barrier between the patient and the bed surface they are sleeping on." Here are some ways to know if you or your loved one may need a Gel Overlay:

  • they need their upper body to be elevated by more than 30 degrees
  • they have to constantly change position to prevent or alleviate pain
  • they have attached traction equipment to their hospital bed.

Something interesting to learn about Gel Mattress Overlays is that "all patients who qualify for a home hospital bed, also qualify for gel mattress overlays for pressure wound prevention."

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An Open Letter to Mom's Everywhere

May 13, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Mother and child smiling and laughing

Today is a day that we get to reflect. We get a great chance to look back on our lives and remember who helped make us who we are. Maybe it was a teacher, maybe it was some mentor that you had throughout your lives...however many people would overlook the one person that did more for you than all of them, our mothers. We take them for granted, we argue and complain and consistently think that they just don't understand us as individuals. However, they are the people that have been with us since the beginning. They're the people that picked us up when we were down. Who we ran to when something in our lives was falling apart and we just couldn't handle it anymore. They were always in our corner...even if we didn't believe it at the time. So what is the main takeaway here? Thank her, go see her, give her a call, do something to make sure that this amazing person in your life knows just how much you appreciate everything that she has done for you.*

*Doing so may result in a large emotional hug and/or group crying.

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A Game of Medicine

May 7, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Blood pressure monitor

Lets play a game, lets see if you can guess who I'm talking about based on 3 easy and quick clues!

Clue #1:They work with a large number of people of all different backgrounds.

Clue #2:Their degree requires a lot of schooling and sometimes a specialist designation.

Clue #3:They record, observe and participate in multiple interactions with other individuals on their team.

Were you able to guess who I'm talking about? If not I'll give you another hint, they are the people you interact with most in the medical field. Yes I'm referring to Nurses, and yes this week is National Nurses Week! This is such an amazing time to celebrate them and to understand exactly what they do for us and why we truly do need to thank them for all they do!

Nurses by job description are individuals that "provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members." On a more specific spectrum, these amazing individuals on a daily basis do any or all of the following:

  • Assess patients' conditions
  • Record patients' medical histories and symptoms
  • Observe patients and record the observations
  • Administer patients' medicines and treatments
  • Set up plans for patients' care or contribute information to existing plans
  • Consult and collaborate with doctors and other healthcare professionals
  • Operate and monitor medical equipment
  • Help perform diagnostic tests and analyze the results
  • Teach patients and their families how to manage illnesses or injuries
  • Explain what to do at home after treatment.

These are key reasons to be celebrating these individuals over! They are a huge piece of society that are key to the livelihood of everyone. So we here at Binson's want to thank you, the Nurses, for all you do and will continue to do in the years to come because without you the world would be a much darker place.

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Healthy Snack for the Family

May 5, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Ladybug apple snacks

Snacks, the bread and butter of individuals that just need a little something ot tide them over until later in the day. Well many times these snacks are the worst possible thing that you could be putting into your body. Chips, candy and many others are just calories that don't do anything for your health and are simply a manner of fending off hunger in the wrong way. The treats that you're really looking for are from unhealthy and are truly tasty!

What you'll need for this tasty snack:

  • 2 red apples
  • 1/4 cup of raisins
  • 1 Tablespoon peanut butter
  • 8 thin pretzel sticks

Now that all of the tasty pieces of the treat have been collected all you have to do is put it all together!

Step #1: Slice the apples in half from top to bottom and scoop out the cores using a knife/melon baller. Also, if you have an apple corer, core them first and then slice them. Place each apple half flat side down on a small plate.

Step #2: Dab peanut butter on to the back of the "ladybug", then stick raisins onto the dabs for spots. Use this method to make eyes too. Stick one end of each pretzel stick into a raisin, then press the other end into the apples to make antennae.

Step #3: Enjoy!

That is all we have for you this week, stay tuned and check back again next week for even more amazing recipes and ways to teach your stomach to enjoy healthier foods!

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Diabetes Success Stories

May 2, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Man standing on a mountain

Diabetes. It is a medical condition in which the body’s ability to produce or respond to the hormone insulin is impaired, resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates and elevated levels of glucose in the blood and urine. Or at least, that't what Google calls it. For many people however, diabetes can be very manageable and some individuals just like you have become incredibly successful despite it! Here are some of those individuals!

The first individual we're going to talk about today is George Lucas. For those of you out there who don't exactly know who that is, he's the genius behind Star Wars episodes 1-6. Lucas went to film school and after studying at the University of Southern California, embarked on a journey into the film world that would make him a legend among the world of film.

The second individual we'll touch on today is Randy Jackson. He is an award winning record producer and was diagnosed with diabetes in 2003. After working on creating a plan of diet and exercise he was able to learn to control is blood glucose levels and has been able to life in success for much of his life.

The third and final individual we'll talk about today is none other than H.G. Wells. This might seem to be an abstract individual but for those who don't know who he is...he's well respected as the Father of Science Fiction. Space Travel, Superheroes, Freak Science Experiments, that was his forte. He was diagnosed with diabetes in his early 60's but was able to live a very fulfilling life as one of the most awarded and respected authors of our time.

So for those of you who feel like your situation may be holding you back. Look to these individuals as inspiration, and as a reminder that truly nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it!

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Spring into Action

April 28, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Coastline with trees and beautiful water

So spring has come and just as quickly as it arrived, we've started to move into warmer weather! So we here at Binson's have a question for you, what is your favorite summer activity? Does it involve running around with your kids and loved ones? Does it involve going out of your comfort zone to make sure that the people around you are having an amazing time? If either of these statements are true and so many more, then it might be time to get outside and start making those memories with those loved ones!

So come see us at Binson's, we'll make sure that you are able to go out and spend time with your family the way you want to, in the places that you want to. Because we care, we understand, and above all we want you to enjoy the time you have with the people you care about and to make sure that the time you do spend with them is actually spent being with them.

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Something Tasty This Way Comes

April 27, 2018 | R. Stiteler
BBQ chicken

Have you started to get hungry during your weekends at home? Have you wanted a way to combine something tasty with something that is not only good for you but easy to create? Well, let us tell you, we think we've found the perfect thing! Its a little something we dug up called BBQ Chicken Salad.

What you will need for this recipe is:

  • 2 Skinless, Boneless Chicken Breast Halves
  • 4 Stalks of Celery (Chopped)
  • 1 Large Red Bell Pepper (Diced)
  • 1/2 Red Onion (Diced)
  • 1 Can Sweet Corn (8.75 ounces and Drained)
  • 1/4 Cup of Barbecue Sauce
  • 2 Tablespoons Fat-Free Mayonnaise

Now that you've collected all the required ingredients for the recipe, lets move onto the recipe itself!

  • Step #1:Preheat the grill for very high heat.
  • Step #2: Lightly oil grate. Then grill the chicken for 10 minutes on each side, or until the juices are clear. Remove the chicken from the heat, cool the chicken and then cut into cubes.
  • Step #3: In a large bowl, toss together the chicken, celery, red bell pepper, onion and corn.
  • Step #4:In a small bowl, mix together the barbecue sauce and mayonnaise. Then pour the mix over the chicken and vegetables, stir and chill until ready to serve.

We hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we have and stay tuned for more recipes in the future!

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Do's and Do Not's for Your Portable Oxygen Concentrator

April 25, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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Hello Again, Today we're going to be covering a little something different than what you would normally find on your average blog! We're going to go over some of the Do's and Do Not's of your oxygen Concentrator!

So let's start with the Do Not's because, if we're honest its always better to get the bad news before the good news. Here are 3 Easy Do Not's for your Portable Oxygen Concentrator:

1.Do Not leave your Oxygen Concentrator in an incredibly warm environment because it can be a very dangerous to the internal structure of the equipment.

2.Do Not leave your oxygen Concentrator boxed into a small area while on. The equipment will heat up when in use and can damage the internal pieces if the heat again raises in the contained environment.

3.Do Not keep your Concentrator near any open flame. This is incredibly important because the major component of keeping flame alive is oxygen. To ensure that the flame doesn't grow and larger is to keep all oxygen away from open flames.

Now that we've covered 3 of the important Do Not's of your Concentrator, let's cover some of the awesome Do's that you can do with your Oxygen Concentrator!

1.Do run your Concentrator for at least 4 hours each month. This means that you can do all of the awesome activities in your life and only be stopped for around 4 hours each month!

2.Do contact us with any issues that you may have when you are interacting with you Oxygen Concentrator.

3.Do make sure to have an amazing time when you are moving around with your oxygen Concentrator!

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Urostomy. What is it?

April 19, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Older woman with a smile

After looking at the differences between temporary and permanent ostomies, as well as covering the first type of ostomy, the colostomy. Today we're going to focus on what exactly the urostomy is. Now this surgery is very similar to the colostomy in effect and visual, however the biggest difference between the urostomy and the colostomy is that the surgery is done to the bladder instead of the colon.

There are several reasons that an individual would need to get a urostomy. The first reason would be that there are several individuals that have a difficult time managing their defective bladder (which could be due to a birth defect or injury) and wish for a more controlling way to manage their bladder. The other common need for a usostomy is if a child is born with a defect in their urinary track which can back up their kidneys. This can lead to chronic infections if the condition is not treated.

For individuals that have gone through the procedure and are having difficulties adapting to the change in their lifestyle we recommend finding a support group. This is a great way to express your feelings in an environment with individuals that have gone through or are experiencing the same change as you.

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A Rainy Day Special

April 17, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Cup of hot cocoa with Grumpy Cat in the foam

So as we all know, it's been pretty rainy these past several weeks. You've probably had to change plans due to rain or even intentionally started to plan things that can be done inside in case the weather takes a nasty turn for the worst. Well we here at Binson's understand, so that's why we went out and found this awesome recipe for you to try with your loved ones at home on your rainy days when life outside is dark and dreary. This awesome recipe that we discovered and really needed to share with you is for a special cup of cocoa.

The ingredients are:

  • 2 cups of powdered sugar
  • 1 cup cocoa
  • 2 and a half cups of powdered coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 2 teaspoons of cornstarch
  • lastly, hot water.

Now that you've gone and collected all the necessary ingredients for the recipe its time to put it all together and make something amazing!

Step #1: Combine all ingredients into a mixing bowl and incorporate evenly. Also in a small pot, heat 4-6 cups of water to a boil.

Step #2: Fill your mug half full with the mixture and pour in how water. Stir to combine. Seal the rest in an airtight container, keeps indefinitely in the pantry. This also works great with warm milk!

This recipe will serve 5 so make sure to take this time to share with the important people in your life!

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Superior Skin

April 14, 2018 | R. Stiteler
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Incontinence is something that many people live with today. One of the most important things to pay attention to when dealing with incontinence is how their skin reacts to the re-introduction of the incontinence supply to their lives. Now incontinence supplies affect different people differently but there is a general set of information that you can use to ensure that your skin is in the best condition throughout your incontinence use.

The first step is to better understand how incontinence products affect the skin. The different conditions that cause the breakdown of skin are maceration (waterlogged), dermatitis or rashing, infection due to bacteria, increase in pH conditions to cause irritation and even fungal infection due to the generally warm and dark location.

The second step in this process is to understand how to prevent these conditions from taking action against you. They are as follows:

  • Change incontinence products as soon as soiling occurs to avoid excessive skin wetness
  • Use a barrier ointment, or rash cream, to minimize direct contact with urine and feces
  • Cleanse gently to avoid friction
  • Stay hydrated and eat well to maintain skin integrity.

Finally there are 3 major steps to take to ensure that your skin is indeed healthy. The first of the steps is ensuring that you clean yourself. This seems simple and essential but also is a major way to understand and prevent the integrity of the skin layer. The second of the steps is to make sure that you condition and protect the skin. You have to protect the skin layer from irritation, drying and bacteria along with many other problems that may develop once you have spent time using incontinence supplies. The third step is to make sure to keep your skin dry. This is important because many of the problems that can occur throughout the time of using incontinence supplies is from having moisture trapped in the area.

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A New Normal

April 11, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Coffee cup with Eternal Optimist printed on it

Earlier this month we discussed the most common form of ostomy surgery, the colostomy.

However there are many different types of Ostomy surgeries, which we will discuss at a later date. Today we will be discussing the difference of the temporary and permanent ostomy types. To best explain the differences of these two types of ostomy, we have to go back to the beginning of the procedure. When an individual needs to get a osotmy procedure done, it creates a stoma. This stoma is best explained as a "small opening on the surface of the abdomen being surgically created to divert the flow of bodily waste". This opening is where the differences between the temporary ostomy and the permanent ostomy come into play.

A temporary ostomy is, as it sounds, temporary. It is created because the patient has a injury or medical situation that is prone to healing itself. This then does not require the surgery to be permanent and is designed to be reversible within a specific time frame window. However there is no quick answer to ostomy's of this kind. Even though the temporary ostomy can be reversed and is not in any way permanent it usually takes a length of time that exceeds 3 months before the patient can visit the idea of having the procedure reversed to remove the stoma. A permanent ostomy is a concept that is much simpler to understand. With this procedure the stoma is now a permanent surgery for the patient.

Now patients that have had a stoma and ostomy surgical procedure completed may have a lot of questions regarding their new living situation. However simply because an individual has had an ostomy surgery doesn't mean that their life will change drastically. Much of the lifestyle that you had prior to the ostomy can be similar!

For more information follow the link here to answer any questions that you may have concerning your new life with an ostomy!

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What is a Colostomy?

April 6, 2018 | R. Stiteler
Wooden doll

Colostomy. A colostomy is a surgically created opening that can change the way that bowel movements exit your body. It can be a result of many different situations such as cancer, diverticulitis, imperforated anus, Hirschsprung's disease, trauma, and many others. These bowel movements are redirected due to the trauma or malfunctioning parts of the digestive system. This situation can be both permanent and temporary, depending on the severity of your individual situation. The main portion of the colostomy surgery is called the stoma, which is located near the stomach and is pink in color. For many different colostomy situations the stoma is covered by a pouch to collect the bowel movement. In the following updates we will be covering the major differences between Temporary and Permanent colostomies and what your options are to ensure your ability to live your life with a colostomy.

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