Manual for bowel management in persons with spinal cord injury


Chapter 6.Tools and Devices for Defecation



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Chapter 6.
Tools and Devices for Defecation
1. Suppository Insertion Device
Persons who cannot properly insert a suppository into the anus because of finger paralysis may use this device (see Figure 4 in Chapter 3).
2. Bottom Wiper
A bottom wiper that holds toilet paper is used by persons who cannot properly wipe their bottom because of finger paralysis.
3. Push-up Stand
For persons who cannot hold onto armrests, a flat stand could be installed next to the armrests on which they can place their hands for support in order to make transfer, as well as taking off and putting on clothes, easier.
Source: Management Support Committee for Persons with Cervical Spinal Cord Injury, Beppu National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Severe Disabilities Handbook of Self-management Support for Persons with Cervical Spinal Cord Injury, Chuohoki Publishing Co, Ltd, 2008, P Figure 15: Bottom wiper
Figure 16: Push-up stand

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