Pulsed irrigation
Evacuation Device (PIE)

A system for relief of Neurogenic Bowel and Fecal Impaction

Conditions We Have Helped

Pulsed Irrigation Evacuation “PIE” Device, provides effective and reliable Neurogenic Bowel care for patients suffering from the following conditions.

  • Fecal Impaction
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Chronic Constipation
  • Chronic Incontinence
  • Colonoscopy Preparation
  • Bowel Deficiencies
  • Reduction of Decubitus Ulcers
  • Reduction of Colitis
  • Spina Bifida Bowel Management
  • Neurogenic Bowel Disorders
  • Reduction of UTI
  • Austim Bowel Management
  • Stroke Bowel Management
  • Reduction of Hemorrhoids
  • Reduction of Prolapsed Rectum

Studies and Research

The PIE Device is easy, safe, and effective.

01Long-term safety of pulsed irrigation evacuation (PIE) use with chronic bowel conditions

Cleveland Clinic

02Per-rectal pulsed irrigation versus per-oral colonic lavage for colonoscopy preparation: a randomized, controlled trial

Veterans Affairs (Long Beach) and University of California, Irvine

03Treatment of fecal impaction with pulsed irrigation enhanced evacuation

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago

Testimonials

“My brother had autonomic hyperreflexia in 1993 (the blood pressure was elevated with distension of bowel, rectum and bladder). This attack of sudden elevation in his blood pressure led to a stroke – bilateral cerebral hemorrhage. He recovered from the coma after two weeks to lose his speech. I wish he had the PIE* earlier. Maybe this all would have never happened. Since we have been using the PIE, our life has been much easier. He has one bowel movement every other day…regular, no bleeding, no mess, no hemorrhoids, no fissures, less time.“
– Wafaa A.Foad , MDDoctor
“My son was born with spina bifida. He has had bowel and bladder problems since birth…tried many different methods of bowel control with no success…while in hospital for kidney infection due to bowels not being empty, his doctor tried the PIE*…very impressed and doctor decided it was the method Richard needed…have been using the machine since 1989 and has only been hospitalized for one infection…keeps him out of the hospital for 3 to 4 days because of kidney infections…we normally did and average 2 hospital stays per year…PIE* paid for itself in the first 6 months by keeping my son out of the hospital….“
– W.J.Patient
“Since becoming acquainted with the PIE* technique, I find it viable, easily accomplished, and well tolerated by patients… therefore, I have recommended its use to physicians and nurse colleagues at other hospitals and institutions… the PIE* procedure has been used successfully on numerous patients here at our facility on an out-patient basis, therefore preventing a costly stay in-patient hospitalization.“
– Virginia Storey , RNNurse

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Treatment for Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction
June 10, 2021by piemed
Treatment for Neurogenic Bowel Dysfunction
Neurogenic bowel dysfunction treatment to address incontinence or constipation is crucial to improve quality of life. Here, we have outlined what the research says about neurogenic bowel dysfunction and the best way to find relief for patients and support for families.
Everything About Fecal Impaction
February 21, 2019by piemed
Everything About Fecal Impaction
When it comes to fecal impaction, the fecal impaction symptoms, the fecal impactions complications, and fecal impaction treatment, it is hard to know what to trust. Here, we consolidated everything for how to improve bowel management for people with fecal impaction.
Spina Bifida Bowel Management
February 21, 2019by piemed
Spina Bifida Bowel Management
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