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Nasojejunal feeding versus feeding jejunostomy after upper gastrointestinal surgery

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M Ranjithatharsini ,

Colombo North Teaching Hospital, LK
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Department of Surgery
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K I Deen,

Colombo North Teaching Hospital, LK
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Department of Surgery
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S K Kumarage,

Colombo North Teaching Hospital
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Department of Surgery
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C A, H Liyanage,

Colombo North Teaching Hospital, LK
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R C Siriwardana,

Colombo North Teaching Hospital
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B Gunathilake

Colombo North Teaching Hospital, LK
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Abstract

The use of enteral nutrition over parenteral nutrition is recommended in the case of patients undergoing major gastrointestinal surgery for cancer, as it reduces sepsis related morbidity. In this study we compared ourexperience of nasojejunal tube feeding with feeding jejunostomy

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4038/sljs.v32i2.7353

The Sri Lanka Journal of Surgery 2014; 32(2): 26-31

How to Cite: Ranjithatharsini, M. et al., (2014). Nasojejunal feeding versus feeding jejunostomy after upper gastrointestinal surgery. Sri Lanka Journal of Surgery. 32(2), pp.26–31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/sljs.v32i2.7353
Published on 03 Sep 2014.
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