Ellie Bradshaw (Colorectal / Biofeedback Nurse Specialist) at Princess Grace Hospital delivers an excellent article.
One of the most noticeable advancements in colorectal surgery within the last decade has been the increasing use of sphincter-preserving rectal surgery with a low colorectal or colo-anal anastomosis.
As we are aware chronic constipation affects a high number of the population, who tend to suffer for many years. The ‘CapaCiTY’ study has been investigating treatments appropriate for this group, which has been recently published.
The Bowel Interest Group (BIG) do it again and provide a fantastic and valuable report and webinar on the ‘Importance of Adherence’.