Life is Short. Enemeez® works fast.
Who among us would feel confident if we could not trust our continence? Instead of 2–15 minutes per day to attend to bowel needs, how would we tolerate planning every day around a process that takes several hours? Enemeez® has been a preferred and trusted formula assisting patients improve their bowel care needs for more than 15 years. The convenient twist-off tip makes Enemeez® easy to administer for safe and effective bowel care needs.
Fast and Predictable
Fast, predictable results, typically in 2–15 minutes1. Non-irritating formula. No afterburn.
Your comfort is important to us, which is why we developed Enemeez® and Enemeez® Plus to be as gentle as possible. You’ll appreciate our non-irritating formula with no afterburn.
Assists with Incontinence
May virtually eliminate episodes of incontinence2, helping to maintain healthy skin integrity.
Easy to Use
Easy rectal usage for patients with reflux issues or nausea. Soft latex-free tube. Minimal volume—a 5 milliliter tube delivering 283mg of docusate sodium.
1Federal Register / Vol. 50, No. 10 / Tuesday, January 15, 1985 / Proposed Rules; pgs 2124–2158.
2Alliance Labs in-house research. Customer Survey 4.27.2011
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Welcome to the fourth monthly episode of our Bowel Care Mini Series. hosted in the Enemeez Thrive Facebook Community and led by Thrive Advocate, Scott Chesney. In this episode, Scott interviews Beth Householder with Quest Healthcare, a Division of Quest Products, LLC on understanding constipation and fecal incontinence in spinal cord injury. Hear about the…
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