Encopresis is defined as the voluntary or involuntary passage of stools feces in inappropriate places causing soiling of clothes by a child aged four or over. It is also know as overflow incontinence, bowel incontinence, soiling, fecal soiling and fecal incontinence. Encopresis affects 1 to 3 percent of children and these cases are split into two types: About 80 to 95 percent of all encopresis cases are retentive encopresis. Their stool accidents are mostly involuntary and are not of normal or healthy consistency.
Encopresis and Children
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Refusal or inability to participate in ongoing exercise or rehabilitation program Reports of a decreased ability to perform ADLs because of discomfort Reports of pain, spasm, tingling, numbness Withdrawal Desired Outcomes Client will report satisfactory pain control at a level less than 3 to 4 on a scale of 0 to Client will use pharmacological and nonpharmacological pain relief strategies. Client will exhibit increased comfort such as baseline levels for HR, BP, respirations, and relaxed muscle tone or body posture. Client will engage in desired activities without an increase in pain level. The client may report pain in the fingers, hips, knees, lower lumbar spine, and cervical vertebrae. Pain is usually provoked by activity and relieved by rest; joint pain and aching may also be present when the client is at rest. Pain may manifest as an ache, progressing to sharp pain when the affected area is brought to full weight-bearing or a full range of motion ROM.
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Cleft lip is formed in the top of the lip as either a small gap or an indentation in the lip partial or incomplete cleft , or it continues into the nose complete cleft. Lip cleft can occur as a one-sided unilateral or two-sided bilateral condition. It is due to the failure of fusion of the maxillary and medial nasal processes formation of the primary palate.