Traditional Versus Telenursing Outpatient Management of Patients With Cancer With New Ostomies

Susan Bohnenkamp

Pat McDonald

Ana Maria Lopez

Elizabeth Krupinski

Ann Blackett

ONF 2007, 31(5), 1005-1010. DOI: 10.1188/04.ONF.1005-1010
Purpose/Objectives: To measure the impact of telenursing on patients discharged with ostomies resulting from cancer treatment.

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