Manual for bowel management in persons with spinal cord injury


Chapter 3. Defecation Procedures for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury



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Chapter 3.
Defecation Procedures for Persons with Spinal Cord Injury
Natural bowel movement is ideal. For persons with bowel disorders, the following procedures are considered depending on the degree of the spinal cord injury the most appropriate procedure for each individual should be chosen.
1. Procedures for Smooth Defecation
i. Timing of defecation
Trying to defecate at the same time each day helps in developing the habit of defecation. Defecation after meals maybe easier because of the accelerated intestinal movement at this time. When defecation after meals is not possible, for example, because of an individual’s work environment, it can be done in the morning or at night when there is enough time. If caregiver assistance is needed, defecation should be timed to when the caregiver is available to assist.


Manual for bowel management in persons
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Chapter 1.purpose of bowel management in persons with spinal cord injury
Special types of toilets for persons with spinal cord injury
Chapter 5. defecation in bed
Chapter 6.tools and devices for defecation
Chapter 7. diet and defecation
Chapter 9.going out and staying out



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