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  • Intestinal obstruction

    Intestinal obstruction is a partial or complete blockage of the bowel. The contents of the intestine cannot pass through it. Abdominal swelling (distention),Abdominal fullness,gas, Abdominal pain and cramping, Breath odor, Constipation, Diarrhea, Inability to pass gas Vomiting.Treatment involves placing a tube through the nose into the stomach or intestine. This is to help relieve abdominal swelling (distention) and vomiting. Volvulus of the large bowel may be treated by passing a tube into the rectum. Surgery may be needed to relieve the obstruction if the tube does not relieve the symptoms. It may also be needed if there are signs of tissue death.There were 138 admissions for postoperative adhesion-related intestinal obstruction during the study with a total of 1118 inpatient days. The median hospital stay was 4 (range 1–58) days among patients who had non-operative treatment and 11 (range 2–34) days for those who had surgery. Surgery was necessary in 40 patients (29·0 per cent).

  • Intestinal obstruction

    Intestinal obstruction is a mechanical or functional obstruction of the intestines, preventing the normal transit of the products of digestion. It can occur at any level distal to the duodenum of the small intestine and is a medical emergency. The condition is often treated conservatively over a period of 2–5 days with the patient's progress regularly monitored by an assigned physician.

  • Intestinal obstruction

    Treatment involves placing a tube through the nose into the stomach or intestine. This is to help relieve abdominal swelling (distention) and vomiting. Volvulus of the large bowel may be treated by passing a tube into the rectum.Surgery may be needed to relieve the obstruction if the tube does not relieve the symptoms. It may also be needed if there are signs of tissue death.

  • Intestinal obstruction

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