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.
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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.
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