All NICE products on Faecal incontinence. Includes any guidance, advice, NICE Pathways and quality standards.
This guideline covers assessing and managing faecal incontinence (any involuntary loss of faeces that is a social or hygienic problem) in people aged 18 and over. It aims to ensure that staff are aware that faecal incontinence is a sign or a symptom, not a diagnosis.
Everything NICE has said on managing faecal incontinence in adults in an interactive flowchart
This quality standard covers managing faecal (bowel) incontinence in adults (aged 18 and over) in the community (at home and in care homes) and in all hospital departments. It includes assessment of bowel control problems, advice and support, and treatment options. It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.
Evidence-based recommendations on sacral nerve stimulation for treating faecal incontinence
Evidence-based recommendations on injectable bulking agents for treating faecal incontinence (bowel or anal incontinence)
Evidence-based recommendations on stimulated graciloplasty for faecal incontinence (creating a new anal sphincter muscle)
Evidence-based recommendations on percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) for faecal incontinence
Evidence-based recommendations on transabdominal artificial bowel sphincter implantation for faecal incontinence
Evidence-based recommendations on endoscopic radiofrequency therapy of the anal sphincter for faecal incontinence
Evidence-based recommendations on the insertion of a magnetic bead band for faecal (bowel) incontinence
Advice on the use of the Secca system for treating faecal incontinence to aid local decision-making
Advice on the use of Axonics sacral neuromodulation system (SNM) for overactive bladder and faecal incontinence to aid local decision-making
Evidence-based recommendations on artificial anal sphincter implantation for treating faecal incontinence
This guideline covers assessing and managing urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in women aged 18 and over. It also covers complications associated with mesh surgery for these conditions.
Evidence shows that biofeedback for treating functional faecal incontinence is not effective in children and should not be used. NICE...
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing constipation in children and young people up to 18. It provides strategies to support the early identification and timely, effective treatment of constipation which will help improve outcomes for patients. It does not cover constipation caused by a specific condition.
Evidence-based recommendations on the Peristeen transanal irrigation system for people with bowel dysfunction
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in people aged 18 and over. It details how to accurately diagnose IBS, and aims to improve the quality of life for adults with IBS by promoting effective management using dietary and lifestyle advice, pharmacological therapy and referral for psychological interventions.
This guideline covers detecting and managing metastatic spinal cord compression in adults with cancer that has spread to the spine. It aims to improve quality of life by promoting early detection and management, and reducing spinal cord damage and disability.
Evidence-based recommendations on stapled transanal rectal resection (STARR) for obstructed defaecation syndrome
This guideline covers assessing and managing urinary incontinence in children, young people and adults with neurological disease. It aims to improve care by recommending specific treatments based on what symptoms and neurological conditions people have.
Evidence-based recommendations on endoscopic ablation for an anal fistula in adults
Evidence-based recommendations on percutaneous endoscopic colostomy (PEC)
Evidence-based recommendations on laparoscopic ventral mesh rectopexy for internal rectal prolapse in adults
Advice on the use of VAAFT for treating anal fistulae to aid local decision-making
Advice on the use of Permacol for treating anal fistulae (fistula) to aid local decision-making
Advice on the use of the Episcissors-60 for guided mediolateral episiotomy to aid local decision-making
This guideline covers stroke rehabilitation for adults and young people aged 16 and over who have had a stroke with continuing impairment, activity limitation or participation restriction. It aims to improve rehabilitation for people who have had a stroke by specifying how stroke units and multidisciplinary stroke teams should be organised. It makes detailed recommendations on assessments and interventions for the functional difficulties caused by stroke.
Evidence-based recommendations on stapled haemorrhoidopexy for treating haemorrhoids
Summary of the evidence on racecadotril for treating acute diarrhoea in adults to inform local NHS planning and decision-making
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing dementia (including Alzheimer’s disease). It aims to improve care by making recommendations on training staff and helping carers to support people living with dementia.
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Summary of the evidence on colesevelam for treating bile acid malabsorption (BAM) to inform local NHS planning and decision-making
This quality standard covers the diagnosis and management of constipation of unknown cause in babies, children and young people (from birth to 18 years). It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.
Everything NICE has said on diagnosing and managing irritable bowel syndrome in adults in primary care in an interactive flowchart
Everything NICE has said on constipation in an interactive flowchart
Everything NICE has said about managing urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in women in an interactive flowchart
Evidence-based recommendations on haemorrhoidal artery ligation for treating haemorrhoids (piles)
Evidence-based recommendations on transanal total mesorectal excision of the rectum for malignant or benign disease of the rectum (including rectal cancer)
This quality standard covers diagnosing and managing inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis) in adults, young people and children. It describes high-quality care in priority areas for improvement.
This guideline covers diagnosing and managing multiple sclerosis in people aged 18 and over. It aims to improve the quality of life for adults with multiple sclerosis by promoting symptom management, comprehensive reviews and effective relapse treatment.
into endoscopic radiofrequency therapy of the anal sphincter for faecal incontinence should clearly define the patient groups being...
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Evidence-based recommendations on percutaneous electrothermal treatment of the intervertebral disc annulus for low back pain and sciatica
This guideline covers the routine postnatal care women and their babies should receive for 6–8 weeks after the birth. It includes advice given on breastfeeding, and the management of common and serious health problems in women and their babies after the birth.
This guideline covers recognising and diagnosing autism spectrum disorder in children and young people from birth up to 19 years. It also covers referral. It aims to improve the experience of children, young people and those who care for them.
This guideline covers the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer in secondary care, including information on the best way to diagnose and identify different stages of the disease, and how to manage adverse effects of treatment. It also includes recommendations on follow-up in primary care for people diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Information Authority Public Reference Group, was a member of the NICE Faecal Incontinence Guideline Development Group, and on the...
This quality standard covers preventing, assessing and managing pressure ulcers (bed sores) in adults, young people and children. It includes risk assessment and support to prevent pressure ulcers. It applies to all settings, including hospitals, care homes (with and without nursing care) and people’s own homes.