Difference Between Evacuant Enema And Retention Enema

The term enema refers to the liquid or a fluid injection injected into the lower bowel by way of the rectum.

This procedure is most frequently used to relieve constipation, for bowel cleansing before a medical examination, to reduce the abdomen’s gaseous distension and other medical treatments.

Evacuant and retention are types of enema.

Difference between Evacuant and Retention enema

Evacuant Enemas

Retention or retained Enemas

A water-based formulation is used

An oil-based formulation is used

Evacuant enema are intended to returned

Retained enemas are intended to be retained

This medical procedure is used to remove gaseous distension and increase the water content of the stool.

This medical procedure is used in shock, collapse and some poisoning cases.

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