(CN) Fleet Pediatric Enema



Store at room temperature, 15-30°C. Directions for use: Child may be placed on left side, knees drawn up, or may lie face down if that seems more comfortable. A young child can lie on his/her back; the buttocks should be raised by lifting the legs. For Rectal use only. Dosage: Children (two years and older): 60 ml or as directed by a doctor. Administering enema: Enema does not require warming; may be used at room temperature. Remove protective cap from pre-lubricated rectal tube before using. Spread the buttocks, insert tube gently pointing it in the direction of the navel. Slowly squeeze bottle to empty contents into rectum. (An extra amount of solution is provided to allow for the quantity normally remaining in bottle after squeezing.) The tube is then withdrawn and the buttocks held together until the child appears ready to have a bowel movement; usually within 2 to 5 minutes. Protective shield prevents contamination. Pre-lubricated Comfortip® for ease of insertion. One-way safety valve controls flow and prevents reflux. Easy squeeze bottle.



Fleet® Pediatric Enema. Sodium phosphates enema USP. Acts within minutes. For children. 65 ml.

Other Description

Uses: A routine laxative enema for cleansing the bowel before rectal examination: pre - and postoperatively. Description: Single dose unit containing 65ml of solution. Each unit delivers 60ml when used as directed. Each 100 ml of solution contains: Monobasic sodium phosphate 16g, dibasic sodium phosphate 6g. Also available: Fleet enema® (sodium phosphates enema USP) for adults. Each unit contains 130 ml of solution. Fleet enema® mineral oil USP for adults. Each unit contains 130 ml of mineral oil. Recyclable where facilities accept flat cardboard. Patent pending. @2018 Trade dress owned by C.B. Fleet Company. All rights reserved. Questions? 1-866-255-6960.


Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Benzalkonium Chloride, Edetate Disodium, Purified Water.


Contraindications: Do not use this product if child has:
Appendicitis (or symptoms of).
Intestinal blockage.
Ulcerative colitis.
Heart disease.
Rectal bleeding.
High blood pressure.
Kidney disease.
Not recommended for infants under six months of age.
Do not use if child is experiencing abdominal pain, nausea, fever, vomiting, cardiac disease, severe dehydration, or debility. Frequent or prolonged use of enemas may result in dependence for bowel function.
Children are more sensitive to the effects of enemas and are more likely to show signs of weakness, increased sweating and convulsions.
Caution: Do not administer to children under two year of age except on the advice of a doctor. In dehydrated or weakened individuals, volume of solution administered must be carefully determined, since the solution is hypertonic and may cause further dehydration. Care should be taken to ensure that contents of the bowel are expelled after administration. Repeated usage at short intervals should be avoided. Laxative products should not be used longer than one week unless directed by a doctor.
Tamper evident: Carton sealed for safety. If seal with Fleet® emblem on top or bottom flap is torn, damaged or missing, do not use.
Discard unit after use.