Investigation Into Early Postoperative Inflammatory Small Bowel Obstruction By Applying The Gastrointestinal Decompression
Objective to investigate Early Postoperative Inflammatory Small Bowel Obstruction(EPISBO) by applying the gastrointestinal decompression to relieve abdominal distension. Methods 36 cases of patients were randomly divided into two groups, namely, control group (20 cases) and observation group (16 cases). The routine continuous gastrointestinal decompression was assigned to the control group, while gastrointestinal decompression with dynamic and profound adjustment of gastric tube and abdomen movement was assigned to the observation group, which could induce abundant gastric juice and gas, and significantly relieve abdominal distension. A test was performed for each of the two groups to observe the relieving time of the abdominal distension and the difference of abdominal girth of 5cm minimum before and after gastrointestinal decompression. Results Compared with the control group, the patients in the observation group with abdominal distension had earlier pain relief. More patients in the observation group had a difference of abdominal girth of 5 cm minimum before and after gastrointestinal decompression. Conclusion in gastrointestinal decompression, the method of dynamic and profound adjustment of gastric tube and abdomen movement improves the effect of the gastrointestinal decompression, which relieves abdominal distention and promotes the postoperative recovery of organs’ functions. It is safe, effective, and significant for clinical application.