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... Given that there is no anatomy problem here, can use any posure... which best for clean exit of feces? ... (5 replies)
... John, I may come off as being a bit nosey but i truely have good intentions. You say that you are poor.... i usually say that i am finacially embarrased. lol Anyway, if you have financial troubles cant you get some help from the state? If you give us a little bit more info, such as age of bedridden patient and a little bit of the medical history maybe some of us here can... (5 replies)
... edpan would be the best way to go if possible. Water can be poured over to help cleanse the area. They have thin or regular type bedpans, one I am thinking of is for broken hips, very thin and easy to put under a patient with least discomfort. ... (5 replies)

... pls tell me any tips that will keep things fairly clean during defecation in bed. ... (5 replies)
... You can cover/line the bedpan with a large plastic bag. Once you are finished, just take bag out and tie it shut. Everything in one place and fully disposable. Kiki (5 replies)
... Hi, good idea, but i need disposable stuff. Cant wash a bedpan. Not at all. seems cardboard in the shape of a U... like a chute, would do it. Any on the market? What's best ? lying on back, or side.. l or r side? what position is used with bedpans? thanks!! john (5 replies)




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