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- Improved Bowel Care With a Polyethylene Glycol Bisacodyl Suppository
- Pharmacologically Initiated Defecation for Persons With Spinal Cord Injury: Effectiveness of Three Agents
- Polyethylene glycol versus vegetable oil based bisacodyl suppositories to initiate side-lying bowel care: A clinical trial in persons with spinal cord injury
- Reduction in Bowel Program Duration With Polyethylene Glycol Based Bisacodyl Suppositories
- The neurogenic bowel resulting from SCI frequently requires a bowel program (BP) with stimulant suppositories for effective defecation
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