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Diet in dumping after gastrectomy

, : Diet in dumping after gastrectomy. Rev. espanola Enferm. Apart. digest. Nutricion. 13: 444-446

Since jejunitis is the chief cause of digestive disturbance after gastrectomy, the aim must be to provide an adequate diet which will avoid inflammation of the jejunum. Particular care must be taken in the early days after operation, since jejunitis, once established, can lead to acceleration of gastric evacuation. As milk in liquid form passes rapidly into the intestine, which is not provided with enzymes for its digestion, it should be given coagulated with lactic acid, or as yoghourt.


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