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• At level 6, the patient manages his own bowel program. This includes inserting his own suppository and performing his own preparation and cleanup.
• At level 5, a helper provides assistance with either prior preparation or cleanup, or a helper provides cueing, coxing or instructions.
• At a level 4, a helper inserts a suppository but does not provide an digital stimulation . (The patient’s body performs this work on its own).
• At level 1, the patient does not participate in his bowel program – a helper provides all the effort. If the patient has an accident, a helper is required to change linen or clothing. If a helper changes the absorbent pad or performs digital stimulation, rate the patient level 1, total assist

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