In this single-center study, consecutive patients in each arm with either enema or catheter preparation were retrospectively included. Two blinded readers independently assessed aspects of image quality on 5-point Likert scales. Scores were compared between groups and the influence of confounding factors evaluated using multivariable logistic regression. Prostate diameters were compared on DWI and T 2 -weighted imaging using intraclass correlation coefficients.
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Background: Therapeutic enemas are often used to treat active colitis but their retention may be limited because of urgency to defecate. Some preparations may be better retained and tolerated than others because of their physical properties. Aim: To compare patient preference and retention of four therapeutic enemas, including a nicotine enema, in patients with ulcerative colitis UC. Methods: Twenty four patients with active UC received the four trial enemas-corticosteroid, 5-amino salicylate 5-ASA , and nicotine liquid enemas and a corticosteroid foam, in a randomised order, taking one enema on each of four successive nights. Patients scored them 1 to 4 for ease of administration and retention, degree of abdominal bloating, and for their overall preference. Overall, there was no significant difference in overnight retention.
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During this time our website performance may be temporarily affected. If this happens please try refreshing your web browser. Nanotechnology-based systems have been proposed for rectal drug delivery, often rendering promising outcomes concerning disease prophylaxis or therapeutics. However, nanocarriers often feature reduced colorectal retention when administered in liquid vehicles enemas.
Metrics details. Enemas are used during labour in obstetric settings with the belief that they reduce puerperal and neonatal infections, shorten labour duration, and make delivery cleaner for attending personnel. However, a systematic review of the literature found insufficient evidence to support the use of enemas.