Phaba's latest micro-enema kit

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As science progresses, our understanding of how medication can be delivered and absorbed follows suit. In many cases, medicine simply can't be taken orally due to the condition or age of the patient or the symptoms that are in play. When an oral remedy is impractical or impossible, rectal delivery is the most viable option, and Phaba's latest micro-enema kit is designed to offer ease of use, comfort, and functionality.

Delivering medicine rectally can offer a number of advantages, such as having the effects of the medicine come on more quickly. Also, rectal delivery rarely leads to nausea. 

The micro-enema kit by Phaba is the perfect packaging for evacuating glycerol solutions. Suitable for up to 9ml of liquid, this small kit made of LDPE is usable by everyone, and is especially indicated for children, particularly those that are too small to adhere to an oral medication regimen. The kit is composed of a bellows container with a very small cannula dispensing top that comes with a cover and tamper evidence. The pressure closure assures a perfect seal.

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  • Frank Robledano Espín
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  • Created 24 May 2016
  • Modified 29 Nov 2016
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