A jejunalis táplálás szerepe az akut nekrotizáló pancreatitis és a krónikus pancreatitis súlyos nekrózissal járó recidíváinak kezelésében.

Translated title of the contribution: The role of jejunal feeding in the treatment of acute necrotizing pancreatitis and in recurrence of chronic pancreatitis with severe necrosis

J. Hamvas, A. Pap

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Abstract

Acute necrotising is the most serious form of pancreatic inflammatory diseases leading to multiorgan failure and high (15-20%) mortality. The poor nutritional and metabolic condition of the patient and secondary bacterial translocation further rise the mortality. A recently introduced method of continuous nasojejunal feeding putting the pancreas into rest with basal pattern of secretion resulted in lower mortality rate by using adequate nutrition into the second loop of jejunum bypassing duodenopancreatic stimulations via an endoscopically placed feeding tube. The better nutritional and immunological states of the patients, the restored absorption and intestinal motility promote the recovery of pancreatitis, prevent bacterial translocation, resulting in time and in financial spares. Although surgery is occasionally inevitable because of progression of pancreatitis, nasojejunal feeding improves the general condition of patients more efficiently than parenteral nutrition and makes the scheduling of the operation optimal. The authors retrospectively analyse the results of treatment in 56 patients suffering from acute necrotising pancreatitis, as well as in 30 patients with chronic pancreatitis accompanied with more than 20% of necrosis in the pancreas and admitted to their gastroenterological medical department during 5 years. The effect of parenteral nutrition were less beneficial than that of jejunal feeding regarding the mortality and the necessity of operative interventions. Chronic pancreatitis with severe necrosis behaved similarly to the acute necrotising pancreatitis. The continuous nasojejunal feeding seems to be a promising new method for acute necrotising pancreatitis preventing complications and severe catabolic state of the disease by a cost--effective manner.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)945-949
Number of pages5
JournalOrvosi Hetilap
Volume139
Issue number16
Publication statusPublished - Apr 19 1998

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Acute Necrotizing Pancreatitis
Chronic Pancreatitis
Necrosis
Recurrence
Bacterial Translocation
Mortality
Parenteral Nutrition
Pancreatitis
Pancreas
Therapeutics
Pancreatic Diseases
Cost of Illness
Gastrointestinal Motility
Enteral Nutrition
Jejunum

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