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1 Bowel problems Date of issue: February 2011 Review date: February 2012 Contents 1. Introduction 1 2. Why do bowel problems arise in MS? 2 3. Common bowel problems in MS 3 3.1 Constipation Causes Management 3 3 5 3.2 Faecal incontinence Causes Management 9 9 10 4.

Intestinal Obstructions

Interesting Quote… " For those clinicians who believe that palliative care is nothing more than good intentions and a morphine infusion, learning about bowel obstruction can be an eye-opener.

North Texas Pediatric Urology Associates

1 Information for Parents About Bowel Management 12 Week Program Use Miralax Powder(OTC) or Benefiber Powder (OTC): ELIMINATE EFFICIENTLY 2 or 3 teaspoons once or twice DAILY in juice or milk (best if shaken or pre-mixed in a screw top beverage bottle) Timely Elimination with flatus (“tooting ...

Bowel problems

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Decision-making frameworks in advanced dementia: Links to improved care project. Page 3 of 60 Bowel Management Framework. Supporting Information SECTION ONE: FRAMEWORK OVERVIEW All health professionals must use their own professional judgement when using this framework and associated resources.


Constipation Constipation is a common problem regardless of sex, age or race. It is defined as infrequent, difficult or incomplete bowel movements.

Recovery After Stroke: Bladder & Bowel Function

All publications are reviewed for scientific and medical accuracy by National Stroke Association's Publications Committee. © 2009 National Stroke Association. 06/09 There are more than 6 million stroke survivors in the U.S. Recovery After Stroke: Bladder & Bowel Function Problems with bladder ...

Bowel and Bladder Function in Multiple Sclerosis

Bowel and Bladder Function in Multiple Sclerosis Bladder and bowel function impairments Impairments in bladder function with MS are common and may affect up to 78% to 90% of patients during the course of multiple sclerosis (MS).

Anatomy and Physiology of the Bowel and Urinary Systems

Anatomy and Physiology of the Bowel and Urinary Systems Anthony McGrath 1 1 INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to increase the reader's understanding of the small and large bowel and urinary system as this will enhance their knowledge base and allow them to apply this knowledge when caring ...


2 What is the aim of this leaflet? This leaflet gives you information about how a colonoscopy is carried out, and explains the benefits and risks of having the investigation.