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Home enteral nutrition HEN is the choice for patients who can not mantain oral intake but have a functioning gastrointestinal tract when it isn't justify keeping the patient in the hospital. Placement of a needle catheter jejunostomy is recommended for candidates for enteral nutrition undergoing major abdominal surgery, but publications about long-term use of this acces are scarce.
We report same cases of patients whom the selected enteral acces was surgical jejunostomy. There has been frequent complications, but they were sligh.
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Home enteral nutrition HEN is the choice for patients who can not mantain oral intake but have a functioning gastrointestinal tract when it isn't justify keeping the patient in the hospital. Placement of a needle catheter jejunostomy is recommended for candidates for enteral nutrition undergoing major abdominal surgery, but publications about long-term use of this acces are scarce. We report same cases of patients whom the selected enteral acces was surgical jejunostomy. There has been frequent complications, but they were sligh. Las complicaciones fueron frecuentes, pero todas ellas poco relevantes.
[Surgical Jejunostomy as Digestive Tube Access in the Long-Term]
Enteral feeding via jejunostomy as a cause of intestinal perforation and necrosis. Hospital Universitario 12 de Octubre. Background: Jejunostomy for enteral feeding is excellent for patients who cannot manage oral intake, with a low complication rate. It is a safe procedure but it can lead to severe complications. Discussion: We have reviewed the recent literature with regard to this rare complication. Key words: Intestinal perforation.
Faekazahn The principal aim of the journal is to publish original work in the broad field of Gastroenterology, as well as to provide information on the specialty and related areas that is up-to-date and relevant. Pre-operative hypoalbuminemia is a major risk factor for postoperative complications following rectal cancer surgery. Learn more about ebook formats and e-readers. Conclusion Before initiating this type of nutrition, it is advisable to assess the risk factors of bowel necrosis for each patient individually. Direct percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy high completion rates with selective use of a long drainage Access needle. Knowledge of the factors associated with the development of these pathologic events will enable the pursuit of other feeding alternatives, such as a nasoenteral catheter or total parenteral nutrition, in at-risk patients.