PMID: 8205419Apr 1, 1994Paper

Short bowel syndrome: metabolic and surgical management

The British Journal of Surgery
L K Shanbhogue, J C Molenaar


The management of short bowel syndrome requires long-term nutritional support and monitoring, medication, and occasionally additional surgical procedures. Constant attention is required to ensure adequate adaptation of the gut. This article reviews the normal function of the small bowel, adaptation following resection, total parenteral and enteral nutrition, and the role of adjunctive surgical procedures in the management of short bowel syndrome.


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