TAI

Julians story

I no longer suffer bloating, wind or feel poisoned by full bowels…
I would thoroughly recommend bowel irrigation.

Qufora IrriSedo Bed

The product is a ‘closed’ irrigation system for patients who needs their bowel management to be carried out on the bed.

Qufora IrriSedo Mini

The product is for people who are able to sit on or over a toilet, and who are able to support the cone in the rectum during irrigation.

Qufora IrriSedo Klick

Easy to teach, easy to learn, easy to assemble and easy to use. IrriSedo Klick is designed to make bowel irrigation easy.

Neurogenic bowel management

Our Global Clinical Education Manager, Brigitte Collins, comments on recently published clinical studies, relevant to rectal irrigations.

Clinical information

Our Global Clinical Education Manager, Brigitte Collins, has selected and commented on recently published clinical studies, research, and trends relevant to rectal irrigation.

Tips & Tricks

Here you will find information on how to maintain a good routine, as well as troubleshooting any problems you may experience.

Travel and bowel irrigation

Bowel irrigation should not keep you from travelling. Qufora products are easy to pack and use when travelling, also abroad.

Forming routines

It can take slightly longer when you first start irrigation, until you get used to using the system and establish a bowel regime.

Getting started

Before using the IrriSedo products to irrigate, it is advisable that you familiarize yourself with the system.

Bowel irrigation

Bowel irrigation – sometimes called transanal irrigation (TAI) or rectal irrigation (RI) has been practiced for many hundreds of years.

Qufora IrriSedo Cone

The product can be used by patients (or their carers) by holding a cone in the rectum while the water is being instilled.

Bowel function

Bowel disorders take a big emotional toll on those struggling to maintain their confidence, dignity and desire to lead fulfilling lives.