You can have an illeal or colon conduit
Conduits: Collect urine in a portion of the intestine, which is then opened onto the skin surface as a stoma. After the creation of a conduit, the client MUST wear a pouch.
In this procedure a 5-8 inch segment of the illeum is converted into a conduit for urinary dirainage. The colon (colon conduit) can be used instead of the illeum.
The ureters are anastomosed into the end of the conduit and the other end of the bowel is brough out through the abdominal wall to form a stoma.
- -The bowel is anastamosed and continues to function normally.
- -There is no valve and no voluntary control over stoma, drops of urine flow from the stoma every few seconds and require a permanent external collecting device.