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Jill Rushing is a nursing instructor at Amarillo (Tex.) College. Richard L. Pullen, Jr., RN, EdD, coordinates Clinical Do's & Don'ts, which illustrates key clinical points for a common nursing procedure. Because of space constraints, it's not comprehensive. YOU MAY ADMINISTER an enema to clean your ...

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Nurses must learn how to properly given an enema to patients who are experiencing constipation. There are many types of enema such as fleets enema, cleansing, carminative, retention, and return-flow. This video and step by step instructions shows how to properly administer an enema.

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Enema administration is a technique used to stimulate stool evacuation. ... but you should ask a doctor or nurse for specific instructions to avoid injury. ... instructions in the days prior to ...

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How to Administer an Enema. Enemas can be composed of different solutions and be administered for a variety of reasons. There are already prepared enemas that can be bought in any drugstore or you can use an enema bag. Either way, the...

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Enemas for bowel evacuation. There are two different types of enema for bowel evacuation, although they are very similar. Some enemas are given to produce an immediate effect, which is to lubricate, thus facilitating the passage of faeces. The administration of a fluid into the rectum may also induce peristaltic contraction of the rectal walls.

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The first nursing procedure i will give you is how to administer an enema to a patient. An enema is a solution introduced into the large intestine. The action of an enema is to distend the intestine and sometime to irritate the intestinal mucosa , thereby increasing peristalsis and the excretion of feces and flatus.

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We have a new policy in our LTC/rehab facility that states the nurse is now responsible for giving the enemas. Apparently there was an incident where a elderly, confused lady was due for an enema. She resisted and sustained a fractured arm. I dont know all the details but now our policy from mana...

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Kate writes: About 10 years ago I had a sigmoidoscope. That's the one where they only go in part way. The instructions the nurse gave me for preparation was a restricted diet for 3 days, then 3 enemas the morning of. The instructions said Fleets were OK but they recommended large volume enemas with a bag.

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