Transanal Irrigation in Children and Adolescents with Defecation Disorders: Treatment Success, Health-Related Quality of Life, Treatment Adherence, Patient Experience, and Patient Empowerment
July 12, 2022
In this science article a combined retrospective and cross-sectional survey study investigates chronic idiopathic constipation in children and bowel regimen with bowel irrigation, also called transanal irrigation (TAI).Read More
Topics: Transanal Irrigation
Web-Based Health Coaching for Spinal Cord Injury: Results From a Mixed Methods Feasibility Evaluation
May 10, 2022
In this article Allin et al. explores the feasibility and potential impact of health-coaching support for individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI).Read More
Topics: Spinal Cord Injury
What can a Wellspect study grant do for you as a healthcare professional? Recent winner of the EAUN study grant, sponsored by Wellspect, Randi Steensgaard, Head of Clinical Nursing Research from Denmark, is making a valuable contribution to Spinal Cord Injury care and research, supporting patients to lead a meaningful life.Read More
March 8, 2022
In this systemic review Mekhael et al shows collected evidence for that transanal irrigation (TAI) is a beneficial bowel continence care for both neurogenic bowel dysfunction (NBD), low anterior resection syndrome (LARS), and functional bowel disorders (FBD) presented as symptoms of fecal incontinence (FI) and chronic constipation (CC).Read More
January 11, 2022
For a successful therapy, it’s important to find out the patients’ actual experiences when performing intermittent catheterization (IC). But a lack of research can provide obstacles. Have we heard directly from the patient about the difficulties they face when approaching IC?
A recent study seeks to remedy this neglect in research; it involved a total of 200 adults who had independently been performing IC for at least 6 months across the US.