Renew; Colorectal

Randomized Pilot Study: Anal Inserts Versus Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation in Patients With Fecal Incontinence

Abstract Background Anal inserts and percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation may be offered to those with fecal incontinence in whom other conservative treatments have failed. Objective We aimed to compare anal inserts and percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation. Design This was an investigator-blinded randomized pilot study. Settings The study was conducted at a large tertiary care hospital. …

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The Renew® Anal Insert for Passive Faecal Incontinence: a retrospective audit of our use of a novel device.

Abstract Introduction The Renew® Anal Insert is a recent treatment for patients who suffer from passive faecal incontinence (FI).  The aim was to assess the effectiveness of the insert and patient satisfaction. Method A retrospective audit of patients who were treated with the Renew® Anal Insert was undertaken. The St Mark’s Incontinence Score was used …

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