Videos y recursos del Centro Colorrectal

Who is a candidate for the colorectal center?

Who is a candidate for the colorectal center? Dr. Juan Calisto answers in this edition of Children's Health Chats.

What is fecal incontinence?

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center, discusses Fecal Incontinence in this edition of  Children's Health Chats.

De La Torre Technique for treating Hirschsprung's Disease

Dr. Juan Calisto discussed the De la Torre Technique used in the treatment of patients with Hirschsprung's Disease in this edition of Children's Health Chats.

Is constipation a common condition in children?

Is constipation a common condition in children? Dr. Juan Calisto explains in this edition of Children's Health Chats.

Collaboration is Key for Successful Colorectal Treatment

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center, discusses the importance of collaboration for successful treatment.

Conditions Treated by the Colorectal Center

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center, discusses the conditions we treat.

Services through the Colorectal Center

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center, discusses the services offered through the program.

What is Hirschsprung's disease?

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center, discusses Hirschsprung's disease.

What are anorectal malformations (ARM)?

Dr. Juan Calisto, Director of the Colorectal Center at Nicklaus Children's explains what are the most common anorectal malformations in children.

How to Perform a Retention Enema

Nicklaus Children's Hospital Nurse Practioner, Raquel Pasarón, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, walks you through performing a retention enema for a baby or child. A retention enema is part of a bowel management program aimed to help your child maintain a clean bowel for a 24-hour period. 

How to Perform Rectal Irrigations in the Hirschsprung-Associated Enterocolitis Patient

Nicklaus Children's Hospital Nurse Practioner, Raquel Pasarón, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, walks you through performing rectal irrigations in the Hirschsprung-associated entercolitis patient. Enterocolitis in the Hirschsprung patient may occur before or after surgery is performed.