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Religious Rituals in Patients with Stoma

Year 2021, Volume , Issue 14, 389 - 402, 31.08.2021
https://doi.org/10.38079/igusabder.937111

Abstract

Nowadays, colorectal cancers are increasing day by day. Many methods such as surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy are used in the treatment of the disease. After the surgical treatment of the disease, the permanent or temporary stoma can be opened in individuals. In this context, it is very important to adopt predictive and preventive strategies regarding the treatment processes of the disease. It is known that opening a stoma affects individuals physically, biopsychosocially and mentally and brings along many problems. It is stated that individuals face some difficulties in performing their religious rituals as well as in their daily and instrumental life activities. In this study, it is aimed to examine the studies dealing with the problems and experiences of individuals undergoing colostomy in performing their religious rituals.

References

  • Sharma R. An examination of colorectal cancer burden by socioeconomic status: evidence from GLOBOCAN 2018. EPMA Journal. 2020;11:95–117.
  • Sung H, Ferlay J, Siegel RL, et al. Global Cancer Statistics 2020: GLOBOCAN estimates of incidence and mortality worldwide for 36 cancers in 185 countries. CA Cancer J Clin. 2021;71(3):209-249.
  • Siegel RL, Miller KD, Sauer AG, et al. Colorectal cancer statistics, 2020. CA Cancer J Clin. 2020;70(3):145-164.
  • Mohd Y, Balasubramanian B, Meyyazhagan A, et al. Extricating the association between the prognostic factors of colorectal cancer. Journal of Gastrointestinal Cancer. 2020. doi: 10.1007/s12029-020-00535-4. Online ahead of print.
  • Janssens JP, Schuster K, Voss A. Preventive, predictive, and personalized medicine for effective and affordable cancer care. EPMA Journal. 2018;9:113–123.
  • de Almeida Silva K, Duarte AX, Cruz AR, de Araújo LB, das Graças Pena G. Time after ostomy surgery and type of treatment are associated with quality of life changes in colorectal cancer patients with colostomy. PLoS One. 2020;15(12):1-17.
  • Jansen F, van Uden-Kraan CF, Braakman JA, van Keizerswaard PM, Witte BI, Verdonck-de Leeuw IM. A mixed-method study on the generic and ostomy specific quality of life of cancer and non-cancer ostomy patients. Support Care Cancer. 2015;23(6):1689-97.
  • Näsvall P, Dahlstrand U, Löwenmark T, Rutegård J, Gunnarsson U, Strigård K. Quality of life in patients with a permanent stoma after rectal cancer surgery. Qual Life Res. 2017;26(1):55-64.
  • Mozaike R, Isabella C, Praptiwi A. Spiritual needs of patients with a colostomy in a public hospital. The Journal of Nursing Care. 2018;1(2):91-100.
  • Alwi F, Setiawan, Asrizal. Quality of life of persons with permanent colostomy: a phenomenological study. Journal of Coloproctology. 2018;38(4):295-301.
  • Sharma J, Singh M. An exploratory study to assess the physical, psychological problems and coping mechanisms in colostomy patients in selected hospital of Jaipur city. International Journal of Health Sciences & Research. 2015;5(5):252-263.
  • Mallick U. Stress and coping mechanism among colostomy patients. International Journal Of Multidisciplinary Educational Research. 2020;9(4):129-138.
  • de Oliveira Moreira CN, Marquesa CB, Pereira da Silva MAP, Pinheiro FAM, Salomé GM. Association of sociodemographic and clinical factors with spirituality and hope for cure of ostomized people. J. Coloproctol. (Rio J.). 2016;36(3):162-172.
  • Simão TP, Caldeira S, de Carvalho EC. The Effect of prayer on patients’ health: systematic literature review. Religions. 2016;7(1):1-11.
  • Jagues H. GMC publishes new version of Good medical practice. BMJ. 2013;346. doi:10.1136/bmj.f2003.
  • Ceylan H, Vural F. Living with stoma - a phenomenological study. J Nurs Res Pract. 2017;1(1):6-12.
  • Habib A, Connor MJ, Boxall NE, Lamb BW, Miah S. Improving quality of life for Muslim patients requiring a stoma: A critical review of theological and psychosocial issues. Surgical Practice. 2020;24:29–36.
  • Holzer B, Matzel K, Schiedeck T, et al. Do geographic and educational factors influence the quality of life in rectal cancer patients with a permanent colostomy? Dis Colon Rectum. 2005;48(12):2209-2216.
  • Iqbal F, Kujan O, Bowley DM, Keighley MRB, Vaizey CJ. Quality of life after ostomy surgery in muslim patients: a systematic review of the literature and suggestions for clinical practice. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):385-91.
  • Hariawan H, Soedirham O, Bakar A. Individual coaching during hospitalization improves the spirituality of muslim patients. Jurnal Ners. 2019;14(1):87-91.
  • Amini K, Sahebnasagh A, Mojtahedzadeh M. The influence of prayer on critical patients admitted to the intensive care unit. Critical Comments in Biomedicine. 2020;1(1):1-4.
  • Hibbert D. View from here caring for persons with ostomies in Saudi Arabia. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):398-399.
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  • Dabirian A, Yaghmaei F, Rassouli M, Zagheri Tafreshi M. Quality of life in ostomy patients: a qualitative study. Patient Preference and Adherence. 2011;5:1–5.
  • Miah S, Mangera A, Osman NI, Venugopal S, Catto J, Rosario D. Islam and the urinary stoma: a contemporary theological and urological dilemma. European Urology Focus. 2019;5(2):301-305.
  • Çavdar İ, Özbaş A, Akyüz N, Yıldız Fındık Ü, Kutlu Y. Religious worship in patients with abdominal stoma: praying and fasting during ramadan. International Journal Of Nursing Sciences. 2013;6(3):516-521.
  • Akgül B, Karadağ A. The effect of colostomy and ileostomy on acts of worship in the Islamic Faith. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):392-397.
  • Khan MMA, Nor NM, Mamat NM, Mohd-Shukri NA, Abu Bakar WAM. Fasting in Islam: a combination of spiritual elevation and prevention of diseases. IMJM. 2018;17(2):107-112.
  • Bunyamin M. Adam Al-Haraj: A rukhshah application in the implementation of Islamic law in modern society life. Al-´Adalah. 2018;15(1):101-124.
  • Altuntas YE, Gezen FC, Sahoniz T, Kement M, Aydin H, Sahin F. Ramadan fasting in patients with a stoma: a prospective study of quality of life and nutritional status. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2013;59(5):26-32.
  • Hussein AM, Fadl SA. Quality of life in Egyptian stoma patients. Egyptian Journal of Surgery. 2001;20(3):597-607.
  • Moufahim M, Lichrou M. Pilgrimage, consumption and rituals: Spiritual authenticity in a Shia Muslim pilgrimage. Tourism Management. 2019;70:322-332.
  • Iqbal F, Batool Z, Varma S, Bowley D, Vaizey C. A survey to assess knowledge among international colorectal clinicians and enterostomal therapy nurses about stoma-related faith needs of Muslim patients. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2014;60(5):28-37.
  • Mohammadi M, Esmaeili R, Fani M. Review of the correlation between religion coping strategy and quality of life in intestine cancer in patients with ostomy. Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research. 2019;9(S2):111-116.
  • Li CC, Rew L, Hwang SL. The relationship between spiritual well-being and psychosocial adjustment in Taiwanese patients with colorectal cancer and a colostomy. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2012;39(2):161-169.
  • Kahissay MH, Fenta TG, Boon H. Beliefs and perception of ill-health causation: a socio-cultural qualitative study in rural North-Eastern Ethiopia. BMC Public Health. 2017:26;17(1):124.
  • Kaur SK, Das K, Gupta R. Psychosocial experiences of the patients with colostomy/ileostomy: a qualitative study. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry. 2014;30(1-2):28-34.
  • Sharma M, Kaur S, Seth A, Singh P. Living with urostomy: patient’s perspective. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development. 2020;11(6):35-40.
  • Baldwin CM, Grant M, Wendel C, et al. Influence of intestinal stoma on spiritual quality of life of U.S. veterans. J Holist Nurs. 2008;26(3):185-94.
  • Atinyagrika Adugbire B, Aziato L. Surgical patients’ perception of spirituality on the outcome of surgery in Northern Ghana. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 2020;38(1):19-29.
  • Melhem GAB, Zeilani RS, Zaqqout OA, Aljwad Aİ, Shawagfeh MQ, Al- Rahim MA. Nurses’ perceptions of spirituality and spiritual care giving: a comparison study among all health care sectors in Jordan. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 2016;22(1):42-49.

Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller

Year 2021, Volume , Issue 14, 389 - 402, 31.08.2021
https://doi.org/10.38079/igusabder.937111

Abstract

Günümüzde kolorektal kanserler her geçen gün hızla artmaktadır. Hastalığın tedavisinde cerrahi, kemoterapi, radyoterapi gibi birçok yöntem kullanılmaktadır. Hastalığın cerrahi tedavisi sonrası bireylerde kalıcı ya da geçici stoma açılabilmektedir. Bu bağlamda hastalığın tedavi süreçlerine ilişkin, öngörücü ve önleyici stratejilerin benimsenmesi oldukça önemlidir. Stoma açılmasının bireyleri fiziksel, biyopsikososyal ve ruhsal açıdan etkilediği ve pek çok sorunu da beraberinde getirdiği bilinir. Bireylerin günlük ve enstrümental yaşam aktivitelerinin yanı sıra dini ritüellerini gerçekleştirmede de birtakım zorluklarla karşı karşıya kaldığı belirtilmektedir. Çalışmada, kolostomi açılan bireylerin dini ritüellerini gerçekleştirmede yaşadıkları sorunlar ile deneyimlerini ele alan çalışmaların incelenmesi amaçlanmıştır. 

References

  • Sharma R. An examination of colorectal cancer burden by socioeconomic status: evidence from GLOBOCAN 2018. EPMA Journal. 2020;11:95–117.
  • Sung H, Ferlay J, Siegel RL, et al. Global Cancer Statistics 2020: GLOBOCAN estimates of incidence and mortality worldwide for 36 cancers in 185 countries. CA Cancer J Clin. 2021;71(3):209-249.
  • Siegel RL, Miller KD, Sauer AG, et al. Colorectal cancer statistics, 2020. CA Cancer J Clin. 2020;70(3):145-164.
  • Mohd Y, Balasubramanian B, Meyyazhagan A, et al. Extricating the association between the prognostic factors of colorectal cancer. Journal of Gastrointestinal Cancer. 2020. doi: 10.1007/s12029-020-00535-4. Online ahead of print.
  • Janssens JP, Schuster K, Voss A. Preventive, predictive, and personalized medicine for effective and affordable cancer care. EPMA Journal. 2018;9:113–123.
  • de Almeida Silva K, Duarte AX, Cruz AR, de Araújo LB, das Graças Pena G. Time after ostomy surgery and type of treatment are associated with quality of life changes in colorectal cancer patients with colostomy. PLoS One. 2020;15(12):1-17.
  • Jansen F, van Uden-Kraan CF, Braakman JA, van Keizerswaard PM, Witte BI, Verdonck-de Leeuw IM. A mixed-method study on the generic and ostomy specific quality of life of cancer and non-cancer ostomy patients. Support Care Cancer. 2015;23(6):1689-97.
  • Näsvall P, Dahlstrand U, Löwenmark T, Rutegård J, Gunnarsson U, Strigård K. Quality of life in patients with a permanent stoma after rectal cancer surgery. Qual Life Res. 2017;26(1):55-64.
  • Mozaike R, Isabella C, Praptiwi A. Spiritual needs of patients with a colostomy in a public hospital. The Journal of Nursing Care. 2018;1(2):91-100.
  • Alwi F, Setiawan, Asrizal. Quality of life of persons with permanent colostomy: a phenomenological study. Journal of Coloproctology. 2018;38(4):295-301.
  • Sharma J, Singh M. An exploratory study to assess the physical, psychological problems and coping mechanisms in colostomy patients in selected hospital of Jaipur city. International Journal of Health Sciences & Research. 2015;5(5):252-263.
  • Mallick U. Stress and coping mechanism among colostomy patients. International Journal Of Multidisciplinary Educational Research. 2020;9(4):129-138.
  • de Oliveira Moreira CN, Marquesa CB, Pereira da Silva MAP, Pinheiro FAM, Salomé GM. Association of sociodemographic and clinical factors with spirituality and hope for cure of ostomized people. J. Coloproctol. (Rio J.). 2016;36(3):162-172.
  • Simão TP, Caldeira S, de Carvalho EC. The Effect of prayer on patients’ health: systematic literature review. Religions. 2016;7(1):1-11.
  • Jagues H. GMC publishes new version of Good medical practice. BMJ. 2013;346. doi:10.1136/bmj.f2003.
  • Ceylan H, Vural F. Living with stoma - a phenomenological study. J Nurs Res Pract. 2017;1(1):6-12.
  • Habib A, Connor MJ, Boxall NE, Lamb BW, Miah S. Improving quality of life for Muslim patients requiring a stoma: A critical review of theological and psychosocial issues. Surgical Practice. 2020;24:29–36.
  • Holzer B, Matzel K, Schiedeck T, et al. Do geographic and educational factors influence the quality of life in rectal cancer patients with a permanent colostomy? Dis Colon Rectum. 2005;48(12):2209-2216.
  • Iqbal F, Kujan O, Bowley DM, Keighley MRB, Vaizey CJ. Quality of life after ostomy surgery in muslim patients: a systematic review of the literature and suggestions for clinical practice. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):385-91.
  • Hariawan H, Soedirham O, Bakar A. Individual coaching during hospitalization improves the spirituality of muslim patients. Jurnal Ners. 2019;14(1):87-91.
  • Amini K, Sahebnasagh A, Mojtahedzadeh M. The influence of prayer on critical patients admitted to the intensive care unit. Critical Comments in Biomedicine. 2020;1(1):1-4.
  • Hibbert D. View from here caring for persons with ostomies in Saudi Arabia. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):398-399.
  • Din İşleri Yüksek Kurul Başkanlığı. https://kurul.diyanet.gov.tr/. Erişim tarihi 11 Kasım 2020.
  • Dabirian A, Yaghmaei F, Rassouli M, Zagheri Tafreshi M. Quality of life in ostomy patients: a qualitative study. Patient Preference and Adherence. 2011;5:1–5.
  • Miah S, Mangera A, Osman NI, Venugopal S, Catto J, Rosario D. Islam and the urinary stoma: a contemporary theological and urological dilemma. European Urology Focus. 2019;5(2):301-305.
  • Çavdar İ, Özbaş A, Akyüz N, Yıldız Fındık Ü, Kutlu Y. Religious worship in patients with abdominal stoma: praying and fasting during ramadan. International Journal Of Nursing Sciences. 2013;6(3):516-521.
  • Akgül B, Karadağ A. The effect of colostomy and ileostomy on acts of worship in the Islamic Faith. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2016;43(4):392-397.
  • Khan MMA, Nor NM, Mamat NM, Mohd-Shukri NA, Abu Bakar WAM. Fasting in Islam: a combination of spiritual elevation and prevention of diseases. IMJM. 2018;17(2):107-112.
  • Bunyamin M. Adam Al-Haraj: A rukhshah application in the implementation of Islamic law in modern society life. Al-´Adalah. 2018;15(1):101-124.
  • Altuntas YE, Gezen FC, Sahoniz T, Kement M, Aydin H, Sahin F. Ramadan fasting in patients with a stoma: a prospective study of quality of life and nutritional status. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2013;59(5):26-32.
  • Hussein AM, Fadl SA. Quality of life in Egyptian stoma patients. Egyptian Journal of Surgery. 2001;20(3):597-607.
  • Moufahim M, Lichrou M. Pilgrimage, consumption and rituals: Spiritual authenticity in a Shia Muslim pilgrimage. Tourism Management. 2019;70:322-332.
  • Iqbal F, Batool Z, Varma S, Bowley D, Vaizey C. A survey to assess knowledge among international colorectal clinicians and enterostomal therapy nurses about stoma-related faith needs of Muslim patients. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2014;60(5):28-37.
  • Mohammadi M, Esmaeili R, Fani M. Review of the correlation between religion coping strategy and quality of life in intestine cancer in patients with ostomy. Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research. 2019;9(S2):111-116.
  • Li CC, Rew L, Hwang SL. The relationship between spiritual well-being and psychosocial adjustment in Taiwanese patients with colorectal cancer and a colostomy. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2012;39(2):161-169.
  • Kahissay MH, Fenta TG, Boon H. Beliefs and perception of ill-health causation: a socio-cultural qualitative study in rural North-Eastern Ethiopia. BMC Public Health. 2017:26;17(1):124.
  • Kaur SK, Das K, Gupta R. Psychosocial experiences of the patients with colostomy/ileostomy: a qualitative study. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry. 2014;30(1-2):28-34.
  • Sharma M, Kaur S, Seth A, Singh P. Living with urostomy: patient’s perspective. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development. 2020;11(6):35-40.
  • Baldwin CM, Grant M, Wendel C, et al. Influence of intestinal stoma on spiritual quality of life of U.S. veterans. J Holist Nurs. 2008;26(3):185-94.
  • Atinyagrika Adugbire B, Aziato L. Surgical patients’ perception of spirituality on the outcome of surgery in Northern Ghana. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 2020;38(1):19-29.
  • Melhem GAB, Zeilani RS, Zaqqout OA, Aljwad Aİ, Shawagfeh MQ, Al- Rahim MA. Nurses’ perceptions of spirituality and spiritual care giving: a comparison study among all health care sectors in Jordan. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 2016;22(1):42-49.

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Primary Language Turkish
Subjects Medicine
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Aysel GÜL (Primary Author)
SAKARYA UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-0073-8916
Türkiye


Dilek AYGİN
SAKARYA UNIVERSITY
0000-0003-4620-3412
Türkiye

Publication Date August 31, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume , Issue 14

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Bibtex @review { igusabder937111, journal = {İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi}, issn = {2536-4499}, eissn = {2602-2605}, address = {İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Yüksekokulu - Cihangir Mah. Şehit Jandarma Komando Er Hakan Öner Sk. No: 1 Avcılar / İstanbul / Türkiye}, publisher = {İstanbul Gelisim University}, year = {2021}, volume = {}, pages = {389 - 402}, doi = {10.38079/igusabder.937111}, title = {Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller}, key = {cite}, author = {Gül, Aysel and Aygin, Dilek} }
APA Gül, A. & Aygin, D. (2021). Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller . İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi , (14) , 389-402 . DOI: 10.38079/igusabder.937111
MLA Gül, A. , Aygin, D. "Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller" . İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi (2021 ): 389-402 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/igusabder/issue/64748/937111>
Chicago Gül, A. , Aygin, D. "Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller". İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi (2021 ): 389-402
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ISNAD Gül, Aysel , Aygin, Dilek . "Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller". İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi / 14 (August 2021): 389-402 . https://doi.org/10.38079/igusabder.937111
AMA Gül A. , Aygin D. Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller. IGUSABDER. 2021; (14): 389-402.
Vancouver Gül A. , Aygin D. Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller. İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi. 2021; (14): 389-402.
IEEE A. Gül and D. Aygin , "Stomalı Hastalarda Dini Ritüeller", İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi, no. 14, pp. 389-402, Aug. 2021, doi:10.38079/igusabder.937111

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