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50 Years Ago in the Archives of Surgery: Basal Metabolic Rates and Their Relation to End-Results in Thyroid Disease: A Statistical Study

50 Years Ago in the Archives of Surgery: Basal Metabolic Rates and Their Relation to End-Results... hemorrhagic and transfusion. The ano¬ hypotension large-volume sufficed as the sole nutrient foi duodenostomy feedings support rexia was ascribed to hepatic mental and about seven failure, depression, weeks. gen¬ eral due to advanced debility age and illness. Aside prolonged CONCLUSION from the there was no hepatic failure, apparent gastrointestinal tract Bowel and wound dysfunction. motility healing progressed In addition to its as a in function safeguard dealing and on the sixth the satisfactorily, postoperative day nasogastric with a difficult duodenal a cathetei stump, duodenostomy tube was removed. On the the Malecot catheter eighth day, was be used as channel in who are a un may feeding patients the and was accidentally dislodged by patient, promptly replaced or unable to oral willing wher 14 accept adequate feedings a No. catheter. The volume of by Foley duodenostomy drainage is normal and the is in¬ tract but because of the slow peristalsis gastrointestinal steadily declined, patient's the recovery tact. Removal of a catheter b( tube was not removed. duodenal should, therefore, A series of the of the until the has shown oral in roentgenographic upper part gastroin¬ delayed patient satisfactory testinal tract on the 23rd postoperative day showed excellent take. function of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Surgery American Medical Association

50 Years Ago in the Archives of Surgery: Basal Metabolic Rates and Their Relation to End-Results in Thyroid Disease: A Statistical Study

Archives of Surgery , Volume 110 (7) – Jul 1, 1975

50 Years Ago in the Archives of Surgery: Basal Metabolic Rates and Their Relation to End-Results in Thyroid Disease: A Statistical Study

Abstract

hemorrhagic and transfusion. The ano¬ hypotension large-volume sufficed as the sole nutrient foi duodenostomy feedings support rexia was ascribed to hepatic mental and about seven failure, depression, weeks. gen¬ eral due to advanced debility age and illness. Aside prolonged CONCLUSION from the there was no hepatic failure, apparent gastrointestinal tract Bowel and wound dysfunction. motility healing progressed In addition to its as a in function safeguard dealing and on the sixth the...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1975 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0004-0010
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1538-3644
DOI
10.1001/archsurg.1975.01360130078019
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Abstract

hemorrhagic and transfusion. The ano¬ hypotension large-volume sufficed as the sole nutrient foi duodenostomy feedings support rexia was ascribed to hepatic mental and about seven failure, depression, weeks. gen¬ eral due to advanced debility age and illness. Aside prolonged CONCLUSION from the there was no hepatic failure, apparent gastrointestinal tract Bowel and wound dysfunction. motility healing progressed In addition to its as a in function safeguard dealing and on the sixth the satisfactorily, postoperative day nasogastric with a difficult duodenal a cathetei stump, duodenostomy tube was removed. On the the Malecot catheter eighth day, was be used as channel in who are a un may feeding patients the and was accidentally dislodged by patient, promptly replaced or unable to oral willing wher 14 accept adequate feedings a No. catheter. The volume of by Foley duodenostomy drainage is normal and the is in¬ tract but because of the slow peristalsis gastrointestinal steadily declined, patient's the recovery tact. Removal of a catheter b( tube was not removed. duodenal should, therefore, A series of the of the until the has shown oral in roentgenographic upper part gastroin¬ delayed patient satisfactory testinal tract on the 23rd postoperative day showed excellent take. function of

Journal

Archives of SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 1, 1975

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