Vasyliy Syplyviy, Sergiy Grinchenko, Valentina Shadrina, Enteral Nutrition in Surgical Patients, IJPPE Volume 2, International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine (Volume 2)
    In this research work there was studied the problem of syndrome of enteral insufficiency in surgical patients, to determine the degree of enteral insufficiency it was made by assessing the main clinical, laboratory and instrumental methods of examination of patients with the amount of points for each of the criteria. It suggested early enteral nutrition including postoperative differentially, depending on the form of enteric disease. We observed 40 patients who were divided into two groups. In the first group, 21 (52,5%), early enteral nutrition was conducted. The second group - 19 (47,5%), parenteral nutrition was conducted in the postoperative period. As a result of observations in patients who received early enteral nutrition, there was normalization of the gastrointestinal tract for 2-3 hours. In connection with this technique of enteral nutrition designed depending on the form of enteric disease, which promotes more rapid restoration of vital organs and systems.<i></i>
    Enteral Insufficiency Syndrome, Enteral Nutrition, Form of Enteral Insufficiency