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Symptomatic treatment of constipation the cause of which lies in the rectum and sigmoid.
Prepare for the endoscopic examinations of the rectum and surgical interventions.
Fleet can also be used to prepare for the births of emptying the bowel in which persistent constipation usual laxativa not sufficient (see 'Pregnancy and lactation ').
phosphas dodecahydras 8 g Sodium - Mononatrii phosphas dihydras 18.1 g - Sodium methylparaben. - Purificata Aqua ad 100 ml.
Posology and method of use:
133 ml or 1 bottle of Fleet Enema adults to communicate in the rectum.
Children older than 2 years
66 ml vial of 1 Fleet Enema Pediatric expression in the rectum.
normally occurs after 2 urge to 3 minutes.
The actual dose is administered to the big 118 ml bottle and the bottle for children approximately 59 ml.
A non-return valve ensures that no return is sucking in the relaxation of the bottle so that no leakage occurs.
Method of use
keep the bottle upright and remove the cap.
Bring the cannula gently into the rectum of the patient lying ready. (see below posture ..).
Do this gently to avoid irritation or damage, especially care for elderly persons or those with problems with the rectum (hemorrhoids, etc.).
Push the bottle completely empty.
let the patient leave the attitude adopted to create sufficient urgency (usually 2 to 3 minutes).
Discard bottle after use.
Attitude of the patient
The best results one obtains, if the patient lies on the left, with the right knee slightly bent and left leg up (Sims's position).
An alternative method is based on the patient bring both knees and both elbows and the chest. The head rests then on the forearm (knie-elleboog/borstkas position).
A child is normally placed on the left, or with the face down if more comfort.
Young children can be on their backs lay and the legs to lift up the buttocks can bring forward well.
the buttocks a little and gently spread open the previously docked Fleet Enema rectal cannula in the insertion direction of the navel. Slowly the contents of the bottle to press.
One should avoid chronic laxative use, and one should inform the patient about proper diet and living habits may change.
This is a medicine, no prolonged use without medical advice, keep away from children, read the leaflet carefully. Ask your doctor or pharmacist. In case of side effects, contact your doctor.
not use when nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain occurs.
Fleet Enema is also contraindicated for patients on a strict salt-free diet.
The use should be avoided at - acute haemorrhoidal run against, - haemorrhagic rectocolitis, anal fissures, - acute abdominal disorders - peritonitis, appendicitis, digestive haemorrhage, - anomalies of the colon (Hirschsprung's disease in particular) - and chronic renal insufficiency.
Relative contraindications are - congestive heart failure - renal failure in elderly persons .
not administer to children under 2 years.
Regular use of laxatives can lead to habituation. One should avoid the chronic patients that laxatives to give order to avoid habituation.
With repeated dosing or prolonged retention of salts through osmotic laxative rectal transmission and an increased permeability of the rectal mucosa, the latter may absorb a portion of the sodium - and phosphate ions in the solution there.
Caution is advised in patients with hypertension, and patients whose hydro-electrolyte balance disorders (hyperphosphatemia, hypocalcemia).
special precautions are especially important in children with a megacolon, in whom the absorption of sodium ions after the administration of laxative salts, one can cause dehydration.
nieraandoeninen In children with hypocalcemia may occur after the absorption of phosphates.
Pay attention to older persons and persons with heart or renal insufficiency.
The actual dose in adults is 118 ml vial and this volume contains 4.4 g sodium. When the bottle is for children 59 ml containing 2.2 g sodium.
Pregnancy and lactation:
This product should be administered during pregnancy.
Use is contraindicated in early pregnancy and in a threatened abortion or premature birth.
Small amounts of phosphate can sometimes be found in breast milk.
As with all mini-enemas prolonged use can lead to anal burning and rarely in congestive rectitis.
Disturbance of electrolyte balance was observed.
Symptoms associated with excessive moisture loss, dehydration, disturbances in the ion balance.
Restore the ion balance.
laxativa reduce the transit time of drugs that were administered by oral route parallel, by increasing the intestinal mobility caused by them. This allows the absorption of drugs can be reduced.
Some drugs, such as diuretics and calcium channel blockers to a failure in the electrolyte balance worse.
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This is a medecine available without a prescription.. Do not use long without medical advice. Read the instructions carefully. Keep this medicine out of the reach of children. Keep the manual as it contains important information. Ask for advice from your doctor or pharmacist. Consult your doctor if adverse reactions.