Course Theme: Bowel Low Anterior Resection Syndrome (LARS) and transanal irrigation

A course for you to read and hear about symptoms after surgery or removal of the rectum and available treatment solutions for patients with these symptoms. The following articles will take about 1 hour to read.

6 Assets

  1. Low Anterior Resection Syndrome (LARS)

    key:global.content-type: Article

    Low Anterior Resection is a surgery to remove cancer of the rectum. The part of rectum containing the tumor is removed and the remaining part of the rectum is reconnected to the colon.

  2. Tricks of the Trade - Transanal Irrigation

    key:global.content-type: Webinar

    Safety is always important and that includes insight on what may happen when you perform transanal irrigation (TAI). Bowel perforation is a severe but rare risk with TAI that is important to be aware of. Autonomic dysreflexia (AD) is a ...

  3. Demo of Navina Irrigation System

    key:global.content-type: Webinar

    In the short demonstration videos, it appears how user friendly they are and how easy it is to assembly, and disassembly Navina Irrigation System.

  4. Scientific Review of Transanal Irrigation (TAI)

    key:global.content-type: Article

    Transanal irrigation (TAI) is a well-documented and safe bowel management therapy. Today, compliance is the major issue with TAI therapy, and may be improved through greater knowledge of which patient is best suited ...

  5. Patient Selection for Transanal Irrigation (TAI)

    key:global.content-type: Article

    Careful patient selection, supervised training and follow up are considered essential factors to achieve optimal results and long-term adherence to TAI.