PMID: 108018Feb 5, 1979

Retrograde inhibitory effect of continuous reinstillation of digestive juice in temporary artificial and pathological enterostomies on the secretory digestive flow

Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des sciences. Série D, Sciences naturelles
E LevyJ Loygue

Abstract

The reinstillation of the digestive juice in the lower end of an enterostomy has a retrograde inhibitory effect on the upper digestive secretions (average inhibition of 30,2%) particularly on the intestinal juice during the digestive syndromes associated with one or several interruptions of the continuity of the bovel. It should be noted, however, that the observation has not been made on normal men, but rather on severely ill patients treated in the intensive care unit of a gastro-intestinal disease department.

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