Once the enema bag is connected to the Foley catheter, close the clamp, then add the amount of saline that your child’s clinician directed. Next, lubricate the tip of the Foley catheter. Insert it into your child’s rectum in a twisting motion to minimize discomfort.
More Large Enema Bag Insert images
The Large HealthAndYoga(TM) Enema Bag - 4 Quart for Deep Enemas - Open Fountain Top for Easy Cleaning and Hygiene - No Leaky Adapters or Bottle Converters, Hangs Upright - Blue $24.95 ($24.95/Count)
When masterfully inserted you should be retaining approximately 6" of this large instrument. It's long tapered tip of approximately 3" and 2'' maximum diameter should amply fill the rectum thus placing the tip well up into the entrance of the sigmoid colon.
Enema Nozzles are the most personal part of your enema equipment. After all, the enema nozzle is what you will be in contact with. Many enema enthusiasts like to choose a specific enema nozzle. Enema Supply.com is very careful in marketing enema nozzles. We use a precision measuring device to determine t
Enema Retention Flexible Inflatable Nozzle. Sold without the pillow, this is a replacement nozzle for the Enema Retention Flexible Inflatable Nozzle System. $16.99. Inflatable Silicone Retention Nozzle with Syringe. This enema nozzle is easy to use, inexpensive, and can also be used as a colon tube. $26.99.
Once your enema bag is full, hang the bag from a towel rack, showerhead, shower curtain, or IV stand. I recommend lubricating your colon tube with either Super Salve or Surgilube . Lie down on your left side in a comfortable location and insert the colon tube.
An enema nozzle is the part of an enema apparatus that is inserted into the rectum. Enemas may be administered in a medical setting. Many enema nozzles are simply a tapered extension of the bag or bulb. Consult a doctor or pharmacist before trying to use an enema at home. An enema may be administered to treat constipation.
For a lesser enema (1 quart of fluid or less), you can lie down as for a high enema, or stand up (or crouch), with the bag hung at least 2 feet above your rectum. Fill bag, complete enema, then void. For some lesser enemas (such as coffee enema), you lie down for at least 15 minutes before voiding/
If you’re using an enema bag, make sure to clean it in hot, soapy water before filling it with the solution recommended by your doctor. Once the bag is full, measure and mark 4 inches on the enema tube so you know when to stop inserting it in your rectum, then coat the end of it with a lubricating jelly to make insertion more comfortable.