Classification of the contents of the intestines
1- GASES The quantity varies according to the patient, but it is always the first thing to be evacuated. They are visible as bubbles in the lowest part of the viewer. Many people find that after the session they have lost a great deal of volume and made a noticeable improvement only from the loss of gases. The gases are formed by the putrefaction of remains in the colon, and even though they are no longer present after one session, they will be produced again until the internal colic is totally evacuated, which does not normally occur until the third session. 2- STOOLS: Always present in a greater or lesser quantity. Few in the first session (the rectosigmoide does not usually have retentions), they may increase in the following sessions.The cecum is a storage space for remains, due to its shape and characteristics, which also vary according to the height of the ileum opening. Along the entire length of the large intestine there are remains of crushed impacted stools which are easily extracted. In the traverse, both flexures and the ascending colon, stools in the shape of plugs are stored in the folds, sometimes with the contour of the intestine wall and they can cause small blockages in the tract. In serious cases of persistent chronic constipation, extremely hard fecaloma are formed and these can prove very difficult to remove. In the cecum, which is the last stretch to be cleaned, there is usually a magma of abundant detritus, dark and dense but not excessively compacted. 3- COLOURING It is normal to find the colour of stools, but diluted. However, some colours may be encountered which give useful information: - Lemon yellow: common in strict vegetarians. - Bile green: normally seen in the second session after the cleaning of the hepatic flexure of the colon, in many cases when the patient has reported a history of liver problems, even from many years before. Also observed in patients with chronic multi-medication. - Orange-red: very frequent for the water to be coloured like this in individuals who are almost exclusively meat-eaters and seems to be due to the oxidization of the remains. - Black: ruling out the ingestion of ink or animal blood, the possibility of the existence of a blood loss problem a some point of the upper digestive tube must be considered. Worthwhile conducting an anamnesis to look for other signs or symptoms, chronic asthenia or anaemia of unknown etiology, even ingestion of drugs (salicyates, etc.). - Pink-red: can indicate active bleeding at any stage. - Others: apart from squid ink, or black pudding, confusion can be caused by the ingestion of certain vegetables: spinach - green; beetroot – red, etc. 4- MUCOSA The wall which covers the innermost layer of the digestive tube bears the brunt of the aggressive behaviour of the remains which circulate or remain in its interior. Therefore, we find that many sections of mucosa are swept along by the remains which brush past them; it is even possible for remains to drag fragments of encrusted mucous. Long frayed filaments coloured as mentioned above are often seen. Most common is to see mucosa crushed into small scabs coming from the walls; this needs to be removed so that normal mucosa can reform. Less normal are what I refer to as mucosa ‘moulds’: these are pieces similar to the layer of skin which snakes shed up to 30 cms long and ash coloured. I have generally seen these moulds in the second or third session in individuals with long-standing constipation, and their elimination indicates a notable improvement in the condition in short time. The mucosa of the digestive tube produces a protective mucus which covers it and assists the stools to slide along. When this mucus is trapped for a long time, it loses humidity and dries up, causing it to lose its protective qualities and turning it into resin-like lumps. As this process of drying out normally occurs in cases of constipation, the complaint is aggravated, since it can lead to mucus plugs which make evacuation more difficult. In the visor, they can be seen coming out like resin build up or the pulp of an orange. 5- FOREIGN BODIES There is quite a list of foreign bodies, most of which are swallowed by mistake, and even without the patient realising. A) Seeds: grape seeds, seeds of kiwi, strawberry, capsicum, etc. B) Vegetable skins: especially lentil skins, which can be whole. Also capsicum and tomato skins. C) Poorly chewed food: olives stuffed with capsicum, corn. D) Pen lids, small plastic objects, paper clips E) Parasites CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION: 1.- HISTORY 2.- EFFECTS 3.- PATHOLOGIES 4.- CLASSIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF THE INTESTINES 5.- COLON CLEANSING BEFORE COLONOSCOPY References Vassey, C. 1992. Las toxinas, ¿cómo eliminarlas del organismo?. Urano. Roselló, R. 2001. Limpieza interior. Jensen, B. 1992. Limpieza de los tejidos a través de Intestino {Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management}. Walker, N. 1979. Colon Health, the key to a vibrant life. Norwalk Press Cayce, E. 1971. Edgar Cayce"s guide to Colon Care. Inner Vision Publishing Co. Weinberger, S. 1988. Healing within, the complete guide to Colon Health Medsker. 1997. Understanding the need for Colon Hydrotherapy. {Comprendiendo la necesidad de la Hidroterapia del Colon} Medsker Publishing Co. Scholz, N.; Lúhr, K.; Heribert, D. 1998. Fitness für den Darm. Verlag Gesundheit Walker, NW. 1993. Darm-Gesundheit ohne Vertopfung. Worldthausen Verlag Mignot, J. L"Hydrothérapie du Colon. Editions Jouvence Mannier-Shraer, G. 1992. La Santé par l"Hygiène Intestinale. Editions 3 Fontaines Poirot, C. 1997. Les Intestines Naturellement. Massa, B. 1996. Rigenerarsi con la Idrocolonterapia. Editorial Emar. Ullrich, M. 2003. Hidroterapia del Colon Terrass, S. 1996. Síndrome del Colon irritable. Ediciones tutor S.A. Monasterio, M. Introducción a la terapia colónica. Ediciones Kier. Kousmine, C. 1988. Salve su Cuerpo. Asociación Médica Kousmine. 1999. Los Cinco Pilares de la Salud: El Método Kousmine. Ediciones Urano. Moritz, A. Limpieza hepática y de la vesícula. Ediciones Obelisco. Gray, R. 1986. The Colon Health Handbook. Emerald Publishing Briel JW, Schouten WR, Vlot EA, et al. Clinical value of colonic irrigation in patients with continence disturbances. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum 1997;40(7):802-805. Weiss, J.; Burnett, V. Colon Cleansing, The Best-kept Secret Walker, N. Colon Health: the Key to a Vibrant Life Baker, M. Colon Irrigation: A Forgotten Key To Health Collings, J. Principles Of Colonic Irrigation Trickett, S. 1990. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Diverticulosis Dorman, T. Exploring Issues of Philosophy and Conscience. Colonics article in Contemporary Health Care, August 2000 - Vol. 5, Issue 8. Bail, J. P., Juglard, G., Framery, D., Deligny, M., and Charles, J. F. [Value of colonic irrigation. Long-term followed-up in 432 colostomized patients]. Presse Med 11-19-1994;23(36):1651-1654. Bastedo WA. Colonic irrigations: their administration, therapeutic application and dangers. JAMA 1932;98:734-736. Cazemier M, Felt-Bersma RJ, Mulder CJ. Anal plugs and retrograde colonic irrigation are helpful in fecal incontinence or constipation. World J Gastroenterology. 2007 Jun 14;13(22):3101-5. Centracchio P. A., Tony. Colon Hydrotherapy–A Forgotten Art; The American Chiropractor; October 1986 pp. 55-5940. Church JM. Warm water irrigation for dealing with spasm during colonoscopy: simple, inexpensive, and effective. Gastrointest Endosc 2002; Nov, 56(5):672-674. Collins D. Colon therapy. In Joseph Pizzorno and Michael Murray, eds. A Textbook of Natural Medicine (Seattle: Bastyr University Publications, 1993). Vol. 1 Collins JG, Mittman P. Effects of colon irrigation on serum electrolytes. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, Vol 1, Number 1, 1990;1:4- 9. The Colon Hydrotherapists Network. Colon Hydrotherapy and its Clinical Applications. Retrieved on 2005-08-31. Friedenwald J, Morrison S. Value, limitations, indications and technic of colonic irrigations. Medical Clinics of North America, May 1935, 1611-1629. Horne S., Colon cleansing: a popular, but misunderstood natural therapy. J Herb Pharmacother. 2006;6(2):93-100. American Herbalists Guild, St. George, UT 84791, USA. Hunt, T. Colonic irrigation. Nurs.Mirror.Midwives.J 7-5-1974;139(1):76-77. Hunt, T. C. Colonic irrigation. Practitioner 1972;208(246):523-524. Kelvinson RC. Colonic hydrotherapy: a review of the available literature. Compl Ther Med 1995;3:88-92. Koch SM, Uludağ O, El Naggar K, van Gemert WG, Baeten CG., Colonic irrigation for defecation disorders after dynamic graciloplasty. Int J Colorectal Dis. 2008 Feb;23(2):195-200. Epub 2007 Sep 21. Lestár B, Polányi C, Bihari L, Garcia J, Vörös A. [Antegrade colonic enema is a choice for the treatment of faecal incontinence and constipation] Magy Seb. 2007 Aug;60(4):210-4. Hungarian. Lim JF, Tang CL, Seow-Choen F, et al. Prospective, randomized trial comparing intraoperative colonic irrigation with manual decompression only for obstructed left-sided colorectal cancer. Dis Colon Rectum 2005;48(2):205-209. Messina, B. and Grassi, M. [Hydrotherapy in colonic diseases]. Clin Ter. 6-30-1978;85(6):619-629. Zhao Fa, Guo LinLi, Hua JH. Colon Hydrotherapy for Pre-endoscopy preparation. Hebei Medical Journal, Dec 2004, Vol 25, No. 12. Pizzetti D, Annibali R, Bufo A, Pescatori M. Colonic hydrotherapy for obstructed defecation, Colorectal Dis. 2005 Jan;7(1) Taffinder NJ, Tan E, Webb IG, McDonald PJ. Retrograde commercial colonic hydrotherapy. Colorectal Dis. 2004 Jul;6(4):258-60. Tod AM, Stringer E, Levery C, Dean J, Brown J. Rectal irrigation in the management of functional bowel disorders: a review. Br J Nurs. 2007 Jul 26-Aug 8;16(14):858-64. Triadafilopoulos G, Simms RW, Goldenberg DL. Bowel dysfunction in fibromyalgia syndrome. Dig Dis Sci 1991;36:59-64. Van der Berg MM, Geerdes BP, Heij HA, et al. Defecation disorders in children: treatment with colonic irrigation through an appendicostomy. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 2005;149(8):418-422. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Classification of the contents  of the intestines
1- GASES The quantity varies according to the patient, but it is always the first thing to be evacuated. They are visible as bubbles in the lowest part of the viewer. Many people find that after the session they have lost a great deal of volume and made a noticeable improvement only from the loss of gases. The gases are formed by the putrefaction of remains in the colon, and even though they are no longer present after one session, they will be produced again until the internal colic is totally evacuated, which does not normally occur until the third session. 2- STOOLS: Always present in a greater or lesser quantity. Few in the first session (the rectosigmoide does not usually have retentions), they may increase in the following sessions.The cecum is a storage space for remains, due to its shape and characteristics, which also vary according to the height of the ileum opening. Along the entire length of the large intestine there are remains of crushed impacted stools which are easily extracted. In the traverse, both flexures and the ascending colon, stools in the shape of plugs are stored in the folds, sometimes with the contour of the intestine wall and they can cause small blockages in the tract. In serious cases of persistent chronic constipation, extremely hard fecaloma are formed and these can prove very difficult to remove. In the cecum, which is the last stretch to be cleaned, there is usually a magma of abundant detritus, dark and dense but not excessively compacted. 3- COLOURING It is normal to find the colour of stools, but diluted. However, some colours may be encountered which give useful information: - Lemon yellow: common in strict vegetarians. - Bile green: normally seen in the second session after the cleaning of the hepatic flexure of the colon, in many cases when the patient has reported a history of liver problems, even from many years before. Also observed in patients with chronic multi-medication. - Orange-red: very frequent for the water to be coloured like this in individuals who are almost exclusively meat-eaters and seems to be due to the oxidization of the remains. - Black: ruling out the ingestion of ink or animal blood, the possibility of the existence of a blood loss problem a some point of the upper digestive tube must be considered. Worthwhile conducting an anamnesis to look for other signs or symptoms, chronic asthenia or anaemia of unknown etiology, even ingestion of drugs (salicyates, etc.). - Pink-red: can indicate active bleeding at any stage. - Others: apart from squid ink, or black pudding, confusion can be caused by the ingestion of certain vegetables: spinach - green; beetroot – red, etc. 4- MUCOSA The wall which covers the innermost layer of the digestive tube bears the brunt of the aggressive behaviour of the remains which circulate or remain in its interior. Therefore, we find that many sections of mucosa are swept along by the remains which brush past them; it is even possible for remains to drag fragments of encrusted mucous. Long frayed filaments coloured as mentioned above are often seen. Most common is to see mucosa crushed into small scabs coming from the walls; this needs to be removed so that normal mucosa can reform. Less normal are what I refer to as mucosa ‘moulds’: these are pieces similar to the layer of skin which snakes shed up to 30 cms long and ash coloured. I have generally seen these moulds in the second or third session in individuals with long-standing constipation, and their elimination indicates a notable improvement in the condition in short time. The mucosa of the digestive tube produces a protective mucus which covers it and assists the stools to slide along. When this mucus is trapped for a long time, it loses humidity and dries up, causing it to lose its protective qualities and turning it into resin-like lumps. As this process of drying out normally occurs in cases of constipation, the complaint is aggravated, since it can lead to mucus plugs which make evacuation more difficult. In the visor, they can be seen coming out like resin build up or the pulp of an orange. 5- FOREIGN BODIES There is quite a list of foreign bodies, most of which are swallowed by mistake, and even without the patient realising. A) Seeds: grape seeds, seeds of kiwi, strawberry, capsicum, etc. B) Vegetable skins: especially lentil skins, which can be whole. Also capsicum and tomato skins. C) Poorly chewed food: olives stuffed with capsicum, corn. D) Pen lids, small plastic objects, paper clips E) Parasites CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION: 1.- HISTORY 2.- EFFECTS 3.- PATHOLOGIES 4.- CLASSIFICATION OF THE CONTENTS OF THE INTESTINES 5.- COLON CLEANSING BEFORE COLONOSCOPY References Vassey, C. 1992. Las toxinas, ¿cómo eliminarlas del organismo?. Urano. Roselló, R. 2001. Limpieza interior. Jensen, B. 1992. Limpieza de los tejidos a través de Intestino {Tissue Cleansing Through Bowel Management}. Walker, N. 1979. Colon Health, the key to a vibrant life. Norwalk Press Cayce, E. 1971. Edgar Cayce"s guide to Colon Care. Inner Vision Publishing Co. Weinberger, S. 1988. Healing within, the complete guide to Colon Health Medsker. 1997. Understanding the need for Colon Hydrotherapy. {Comprendiendo la necesidad de la Hidroterapia del Colon} Medsker Publishing Co. Scholz, N.; Lúhr, K.; Heribert, D. 1998. Fitness für den Darm. Verlag Gesundheit Walker, NW. 1993. Darm-Gesundheit ohne Vertopfung. Worldthausen Verlag Mignot, J. L"Hydrothérapie du Colon. Editions Jouvence Mannier-Shraer, G. 1992. La Santé par l"Hygiène Intestinale. Editions 3 Fontaines Poirot, C. 1997. Les Intestines Naturellement. Massa, B. 1996. Rigenerarsi con la Idrocolonterapia. Editorial Emar. Ullrich, M. 2003. Hidroterapia del Colon Terrass, S. 1996. Síndrome del Colon irritable. Ediciones tutor S.A. Monasterio, M. Introducción a la terapia colónica. Ediciones Kier. Kousmine, C. 1988. Salve su Cuerpo. Asociación Médica Kousmine. 1999. Los Cinco Pilares de la Salud: El Método Kousmine. Ediciones Urano. Moritz, A. Limpieza hepática y de la vesícula. Ediciones Obelisco. Gray, R. 1986. The Colon Health Handbook. Emerald Publishing Briel JW, Schouten WR, Vlot EA, et al. Clinical value of colonic irrigation in patients with continence disturbances. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum 1997;40(7):802-805. Weiss, J.; Burnett, V. Colon Cleansing, The Best-kept Secret Walker, N. Colon Health: the Key to a Vibrant Life Baker, M. Colon Irrigation: A Forgotten Key To Health Collings, J. Principles Of Colonic Irrigation Trickett, S. 1990. Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Diverticulosis Dorman, T. Exploring Issues of Philosophy and Conscience. Colonics article in Contemporary Health Care, August 2000 - Vol. 5, Issue 8. Bail, J. P., Juglard, G., Framery, D., Deligny, M., and Charles, J. F. [Value of colonic irrigation. Long-term followed-up in 432 colostomized patients]. Presse Med 11-19-1994;23(36):1651-1654. Bastedo WA. Colonic irrigations: their administration, therapeutic application and dangers. JAMA 1932;98:734-736. Cazemier M, Felt-Bersma RJ, Mulder CJ. Anal plugs and retrograde colonic irrigation are helpful in fecal incontinence or constipation. World J Gastroenterology. 2007 Jun 14;13(22):3101-5. Centracchio P. A., Tony. Colon Hydrotherapy–A Forgotten Art; The American Chiropractor; October 1986 pp. 55-5940. Church JM. Warm water irrigation for dealing with spasm during colonoscopy: simple, inexpensive, and effective. Gastrointest Endosc 2002; Nov, 56(5):672-674. Collins D. Colon therapy. In Joseph Pizzorno and Michael Murray, eds. A Textbook of Natural Medicine (Seattle: Bastyr University Publications, 1993). Vol. 1 Collins JG, Mittman P. Effects of colon irrigation on serum electrolytes. Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, Vol 1, Number 1, 1990;1:4-9. The Colon Hydrotherapists Network. Colon Hydrotherapy and its Clinical Applications. Retrieved on 2005-08-31. Friedenwald J, Morrison S. Value, limitations, indications and technic of colonic irrigations. Medical Clinics of North America, May 1935, 1611-1629. Horne S., Colon cleansing: a popular, but misunderstood natural therapy. J Herb Pharmacother. 2006;6(2):93-100. American Herbalists Guild, St. George, UT 84791, USA. Hunt, T. Colonic irrigation. Nurs.Mirror.Midwives.J 7-5- 1974;139(1):76-77. Hunt, T. C. Colonic irrigation. Practitioner 1972;208(246):523- 524. Kelvinson RC. Colonic hydrotherapy: a review of the available literature. Compl Ther Med 1995;3:88-92. Koch SM, Uludağ O, El Naggar K, van Gemert WG, Baeten CG., Colonic irrigation for defecation disorders after dynamic graciloplasty. Int J Colorectal Dis. 2008 Feb;23(2):195-200. Epub 2007 Sep 21. Lestár B, Polányi C, Bihari L, Garcia J, Vörös A. [Antegrade colonic enema is a choice for the treatment of faecal incontinence and constipation] Magy Seb. 2007 Aug;60(4):210-4. Hungarian. Lim JF, Tang CL, Seow-Choen F, et al. Prospective, randomized trial comparing intraoperative colonic irrigation with manual decompression only for obstructed left-sided colorectal cancer. Dis Colon Rectum 2005;48(2):205-209. Messina, B. and Grassi, M. [Hydrotherapy in colonic diseases]. Clin Ter. 6-30-1978;85(6):619-629. Zhao Fa, Guo LinLi, Hua JH. Colon Hydrotherapy for Pre- endoscopy preparation. Hebei Medical Journal, Dec 2004, Vol 25, No. 12. Pizzetti D, Annibali R, Bufo A, Pescatori M. Colonic hydrotherapy for obstructed defecation, Colorectal Dis. 2005 Jan;7(1) Taffinder NJ, Tan E, Webb IG, McDonald PJ. Retrograde commercial colonic hydrotherapy. Colorectal Dis. 2004 Jul;6(4):258-60. Tod AM, Stringer E, Levery C, Dean J, Brown J. Rectal irrigation in the management of functional bowel disorders: a review. Br J Nurs. 2007 Jul 26-Aug 8;16(14):858-64. Triadafilopoulos G, Simms RW, Goldenberg DL. Bowel dysfunction in fibromyalgia syndrome. Dig Dis Sci 1991;36:59-64. Van der Berg MM, Geerdes BP, Heij HA, et al. Defecation disorders in children: treatment with colonic irrigation through an appendicostomy. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 2005;149(8):418-422. If you would like additional information regarding our services or to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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