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Fecal Incontinence clinical trials at UC Health

2 in progress, 1 open to eligible people

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  • Physical Therapy for Anal Incontinence

    open to eligible females ages 22 years and up

    Anal incontinence is a significant public health problem estimated to affect 7-15% of women in the United States. Traditional rehabilitation strategies include biofeedback and Kegel exercises for pelvic floor muscle strengthening, but this strategy does not incorporate strategies for resistance training that are known to cause muscle strengthening and hypertrophy in other muscles in the body. This study aims to investigate whether a novel pelvic floor resistance exercise program will increase pelvic floor muscle strength and improve anal incontinence and has the potential to impact rehabilitation strategies for the millions of women affected anal incontinence.

    at UCSD

  • Safety and Effectiveness Evaluation of the ForConti Contix Fecal Incontinence Management System (FIMS)

    Sorry, not yet accepting patients

    The ForConti Contix Fecal Incontinence Management System (FIMS) is indicated for the management of accidental bowel leakage due to bowel incontinence. The ForConti Contix FIMS is designed to seal and help prevent the involuntary leakage of stool, liquids and gases from the rectum. ForConti Contix FIMS is for an individual with fecal incontinence that has impaired quality of life, is responsive and mentally capable to participate in their own treatment. This study is designed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the ForConti Contix FIMS for its intended use utilizing a baseline period of 2 weeks followed by an on-device period of using the device for 4 weeks and completed with a followup period of 2 weeks.

    at UCLA