Educational eHealth and mHealth Interventions on Health Outcomes in Continuity of Care for Enterostomy Patients

Published: 9 July 2024| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/55sdsxm9yz.2
Jia Qiao


This study adopted a meta-analysis design. Raw data from 13 RCTs were extracted. These studies, conducted globally from 2015 to 2023, involved a total of 1,530 participants and employed various eHealth platforms, from mobile apps to telehealth systems. The effectiveness of educational eHealth interventions on self-care ability, quality of life (QoL), ostomy complications, adjustment to stoma, self-efficacy, and psychological well-being (depression and anxiety) in enterostomy patients were evaluated. This dataset included two files: a) outcome measures extracted from the included studies b) supplementary data which includes 'search strategy for MEDLINE (OVID)', 'data for calculation of a simple Kappa statistic', and 'risk of bias evaluations for individual studies'



Colorectal Cancer, Ostomy