Zahir Hussain1, T. Natraj2, Karunamoorthy Rajachidambaram3
were undertaken to evaluate whether different abdominal surgeries could benefit from early enteral feeding. Early
feeding improves the outcomes of patients with trauma and burns, although few studies have examined its use after surgeries.
This study compares an early regular diet to conventional postoperative dietary management to determine GI complications
after abdominal surgeries.
aim of the study is to analys e and compare early enteral feeding with conventional postoperative dietary management
to access complications after abdominal surgeries.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
of study Department of General Surgery, Chennai Medical College and Research Centre
of study Between January 2015 to February 2017. Totally , 50 patients who had undergone various abdominal surgeries
in that 25 cases are subjected to study and remaining 25 were control objects.
results of our study the effect of enteral feeding analysed by the main outcome measures like vomiting, wound infection,
mortality showed significant betterment to the control group. The length of the hospital stay was relatively less.
study provides evidence to support the use of enteral feeding in surgical patients and indicate no increased morbidity or
mortality. For early enteral nutrition to be effective, it must actually be received and tolerated by the patient.
Feeding, Post operative Dietary, Early Diet in Abdomen Surgeries