The method of lavage is to enter the intestine with proper amounts of water through a water collection bag, catheter, irrigation head and stoma, so that the water and feces can be evenly mixed, then discharged out of the body.
The lowest part of the digestive system is called the colon. The last six inches of the colon are also called the rectum. After digestion of food, residues are discharged through the colon and rectum (commonly known as the large intestine). Cancer growing in this area is called colorectal cancer (or colon, rectal cancer).
"Early detection, early treatment" is the highest guiding principle. Early detection of colorectal cancer is not easy as described previously, but there are ways to do it. The American Cancer Society recommends:
Colon hydrotherapy is an effective, natural and safe way to relieve constipation and some chronic diseases.
As one of the methods for rhinoplasty, nasal implants are often used for facial appearance adjustment or post-traumatic rhinoplasty for the purpose of assisting in the recovery of nasal shape. Whether to use it or not is decided after full discussion with the doctor.
As one of the methods to assist with mammoplasty, are often used for appearance adjustment or breast surgery for the purpose of assisting in the recovery of breast appearance.
As one of the methods to assist with fracture healing, bone screws and bone plates are often used for facial bone fracture or hand fracture. The main purpose is to assist with fracture healing as soon as possible.
The blood vessels are separated with conventional surgery through the femoral artery or with a minimally invasive puncture (with a vascular closure device), followed by placement of a stent graft with a catheter, an X-ray and contrast media. The aim is to treat aortic narrowing, dissection, or injury and avoid other complications.
With valvular stenosis or valvular insufficiency accompanied by various symptoms such as heart failure, those who meet the surgical indications need to undergo valve replacement.
The superficial vessels of the patients are given priority for anastomotic vessels in arteriovenous fistulas for hemodialysis. However, due to individual differences of patients, if there is no suitable superficial vein for anastomotic fistulas, the doctor will implant artificial blood vessels as required for the use of dialysis fistulas in the future.