Excellent Health Outcomes

Physicians from across the United States approve of the the PIE Device as a mechanism for consistent, reliable bowel treatment and management. Patients with congenital conditions, chronic constipation, fecal impaction, and neurogenic bowel who use the PIE Device often experience a significantly better quality of life and reduce the number hospital admissions. Oftentimes, the PIE Device will protect patients from receiving a colostomy, which has been shown in countless studies to increase risk of infection and hospitalization while lowering quality of life. 

Studies and Research

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

04Pulsed irrigation enhanced evacuation: New method for treating fecal impaction

Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital

05New treatment for rectal impaction in children: an efficacy, comfort, and safety trial of the pulsed-irrigation enhanced-evacuation procedure

Baylor College of Medicine

06Dissolution of a barium impaction ileus in a child using the PIEE procedure

Baylor College of Medicine

07Use of pulsed irrigation evacuation in the management of the neuropathic bowel

Hillside Rehabilitation Hospital

08Comparison between PIE evacuation and PGL solution for bowel preparation prior to elective colonoscopy in veterans with spinal cord injury

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

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