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Elective Gastrostomy Feeding in Children Using a Button

?????Gastrostomy is an alternative method of oral feeding that provides the body with the necessary nutrients through a tube inserted into the stomach through the intermediary of a stoma. Its realization is different depending on the team. Some choose the installation of a gastrostomy tubing (Foley, Malecot, and Pezzer) through an umbilical median first others choose the minimally invasive endoscopic or laparoscopic methods using a less bulky device (button) [1]. The gastrostomy feeding is a common indication in our practice conditions because of the high number of esophagus caustic burns sequelae. Previous work shows that a gastrostomy is performed in 18.3% (20/109) after caustic burns of the esophagus which represent 72% (56/77) indications [2,3]. The goal of our study is to evaluate a new method of gastrostomy practiced for a few months in our service u

Auteur(s) : M Fall*, S Camara, IB Welle and G Ngom
Année de publication : 2017
Revue : pediatric and neonatology
Type : Article
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