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Publication Name World Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery
Manuscript ID 93070
Country France
Category Surgery
Manuscript Type Retrospective Cohort Study
Article Title Benefits of jejunostomy feeding in patients who underwent gastrectomy for cancer treatment
Manuscript Source Unsolicited Manuscript
All Author List Romain Jaquet, Emmanuel Rivkine, Nicole De Souza and Jean Roudié
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Corresponding Author Romain Jaquet, MD, Surgeon, Department of Digestive and Visceral Surgery, Nord Essonne Hospital Group - Longjumeau Site, 159 Rue du President François Mitterrand, Longjumeau 91160, France. romain2025.jaquet@gmail.com
Key Words Feeding jejunostomy; Gastric cancer; Undernutrition; Morbimortality; Survival
Core Tip Jejunostomy feeding in patients undergoing gastrectomy for cancer significantly improves postoperative nutritional status and reduces complications. A study of 172 patients showed that those with jejunostomy had less weight loss, better albumin levels, and fewer respiratory, infectious, and grade 3 complications compared to those without jejunostomy. Overall morbidity was lower, though 30-day mortality rates were similar between the groups.
Citation Jaquet R, Rivkine E, De Souza N, Roudié J. Benefits of jejunostomy feeding in patients who underwent gastrectomy for cancer treatment. World J Gastrointest Surg 2024; In press
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ISSN 1948-9366 (online)
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