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《Journal of Clinical Research》 2007-03
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Postsurgical Gastroparalysis Syndrome After Abdominal Operation

LU Guo-qing,JIN Ya-xun,ZHAO Wen-bin,et al(Department of Surgery,the Third Yiyang Hospital,Hunan 413002,China)  
【Objective】To study the etiology,pathogenesis,diagnosis and treatment of postsurgical gastroparalysis syndrome(PGS)after abdominal operation.【Methods】The clinical data of 24 cases with PGS from Jan 1991 to Sep 2006 were analyzed.【Results】There were 19 cases suffering PGS after gastrectomy,5 cases after other abdominal operations within 5~11 days after operation.Twenty four patients were cured with nonoperative treatment.The curing time was within 13~31 days.The recovery time of gastrointestinal motion of PGS patients by enteral nutrition via spiral nasal intestinal tube was shorter than that by parenteral nutrition.【Conclusion】PGS is induced by multiple factors.Radiography of upper gastrointestinal tract and gastroscopy are main methods to diagnose PGS.The methods of nonoperation are effective to patients with PGS.Enteral nutrition via spiral nasal intestinal tube is a good method to recover gastrointestinal motion of PGS patients.
【CateGory Index】: R656.6
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