Primary conservative treatment of intestinal occlusion syndrome

Petraq Mustaqe

Abstract


This modest study refers to an analytical research work of 10 years carried out from 2000 to 2010, where 60 patients affected by the intestinal occlusion syndrome have been examined, have undergone hydro-electrolytic balance, nasal gastric tubing, evacuation of the colon, and, in some cases, they have gone through eventual restoration of an abdominal hernia, when such pathologies existed. Consequently, the clinical aspect of such syndrome has been removed, the transition re-established, the radiological exam significantly improved and the patient skipped the surgical intervention.

Keywords: Intestinal occlusion syndrome, evacuating enema, conservative treatment, hydro-electrolytic reanimation, phytobezoar.


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