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Bowel care part 4. Administering an enema

An enema is a liquid preparation that is introduced into the body via the rectum for the purposes of producing a bowel movement or administering medication.Kyle, G. (2007) Bowel care part 4. Administering an enema. Nursing Times; 103: 45, 26-27.Keywords: Gastrointestinal, enema, bowel care

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