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Tubes, Colon, Enema

Definition : Tubes designed to access the colon through the rectum for irrigation purposes. These devices typically consist of a single-lumen rubber or plastic (e.g., silicon) tube of 14 to 20 French diameter or larger, about 40 cm (15 inches) long; its distal tip is inserted through the anus and rectum into the colon; the proximal end is attached to an enema bag containing the solution to be infused. Enema colonic tubes are used mainly for lavage, diagnostic, or therapeutic purposes; dedicated colon tubes intended for antegrade colon irrigation (e.g., cecostomy tubes) are also available.

Entry Terms : "Tubes, Enema" , "Enema Catheters"

UMDC code : 27150

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Optimal Health Network

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Behind the Optimal Health Network products is the Optimal Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin. The Center was founded and is owned by Certified Colon Therapist, Nutritional Consultant and author, Kristina Amelong. It serves as the small business distribution center for all our products and information.

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