UOAA (United Ostomy Associations of America) website / support organization
Living with an ostomy | Transplant Unwrapped article
Ostomy Skin Care | UOAA article
Basic Ostomy Skin Care | Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nurses Society eBook
Ostomy Skin Care | Convatec me+ article
Short bowel syndrome (SBS): Small bowel ostomy diet | AGA GI Patient Center article
Managing Short Bowel Syndrome and / or a High Output Stoma | Royal United Hospital Bath patient pamphlet
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