From the Perspective of the Family

Ekkehart W.D. Jenetzky and Nicole Schwarzer

Contents

37.1

Introduction . . . 459

37.2

Materials and Methods . . . 461

37.3

Results . . . 461

37.3.1

Demographics and Classification

. . . 461

37.3.2

Methods of Aftercare . . . 462

37.3.3

Degree of Contentment . . . 462

37.3.4

Continence Function (HAQL) . . .

463

37.3.4.1

Soiling . . . 463

37.3.4.2

Constipation . . . 464

37.3.5

Impact on the Family . . . 464

37.4

Discussion . . . 464

37.4.1

A Call for Further Collaboration .

. . 466

37.4.1.1

Benefit for the Surgeon . . . 466

37.4.1.2

Benefit for the Patient . . . 467

37.5

Conclusion . . . 467

References . . . 468

Constipation Prescription

Constipation Prescription

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