RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE

Translated title of the contribution: Neonatal short bowel syndrome

O. Goulet, C. Maurage, Y. Revillon, C. Nihoul-Fekete, Dominique M. Jan, S. De Potter, A. M. Gorski, D. Pellerin, C. Ricour

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Abstract

This retrospective study analyzes the management of 83 infants who had undergone extensive small bowel resection as newborns between 1970 and 1987. Resection was performed for atresia (n = 34), volvulus (n = 21), laparoschisis (n = 10), vascular enteropathy (n = 10) and other disorders in 8 cases. The patients were divided into two groups: Group I (33 children) has less than 40 cm and Group II (50 children) 40-80 cm of residual small bowel respectively. Survival depended on the length of residual small bowel (Group I: 63,6%, Group II: 92%) and on their date of birth (born before 1980: 65%, after 1980: 95%). The time required for acquisition of intestinal autonomy depended on the intestinal length (average time, 29.5 months for Group I and 14 months for Group II) and especially on the presence of the ileocecal valve. The residual ileal and/or colon length also influenced adaptation. Artificial parenteral and/or enteral nutrition ensured normal height/weight increases. Home parenteral nutrition allowed children to be returned to their families during intestinal adaptation.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)415-420
Number of pages6
JournalArchives Francaises de Pediatrie
Volume47
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1990
Externally publishedYes

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Short Bowel Syndrome
Home Parenteral Nutrition
Ileocecal Valve
Intestinal Volvulus
Parenteral Nutrition
Enteral Nutrition
Blood Vessels
Colon
Retrospective Studies
Parturition
Newborn Infant
Weights and Measures
Survival

Keywords

  • child
  • home care services
  • infant, newborn
  • malabsorption syndromes
  • short bowel syndrome

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Goulet, O., Maurage, C., Revillon, Y., Nihoul-Fekete, C., Jan, D. M., De Potter, S., ... Ricour, C. (1990). RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, 47(6), 415-420.

RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE. / Goulet, O.; Maurage, C.; Revillon, Y.; Nihoul-Fekete, C.; Jan, Dominique M.; De Potter, S.; Gorski, A. M.; Pellerin, D.; Ricour, C.

In: Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, Vol. 47, No. 6, 1990, p. 415-420.

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Goulet, O, Maurage, C, Revillon, Y, Nihoul-Fekete, C, Jan, DM, De Potter, S, Gorski, AM, Pellerin, D & Ricour, C 1990, 'RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE', Archives Francaises de Pediatrie, vol. 47, no. 6, pp. 415-420.
Goulet O, Maurage C, Revillon Y, Nihoul-Fekete C, Jan DM, De Potter S et al. RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE. Archives Francaises de Pediatrie. 1990;47(6):415-420.
Goulet, O. ; Maurage, C. ; Revillon, Y. ; Nihoul-Fekete, C. ; Jan, Dominique M. ; De Potter, S. ; Gorski, A. M. ; Pellerin, D. ; Ricour, C. / RESECTION ETENDUE DU GRELE EN PERIODE NEONATALE. In: Archives Francaises de Pediatrie. 1990 ; Vol. 47, No. 6. pp. 415-420.
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