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Intensive care and the surgical treatment children with the short bowel syndrome (review)

PAEDIATRIC SURGERY.UKRAINE.2019.1(62):62-74; DOI 10.15574/PS.2019.62.62

Pereyaslov A. A., Losev A. A., Rybalchenko V. F., Dats R. I., Nykyforuk O. M.
Danylo Halytskyy Lviv National Medical University, Ukraine
Odessa National Medical University, Ukraine
Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv, Ukraine

Short bowel syndrome (SBS) that arises after extensive intestine resection is the main cause of intestinal failure development in children. SBS determines the wide pattern of problems on the post-operative treatment of such patients. Intensive care, which includes parenteral nutrition and medication, is the milestone of the post-operative management of children with SBS. SBS is the

pathology that requires the multi-disciplinary management, but surgery promotes to achieve the intestinal autonomy.

Key words: children, short bowel syndrome, intensive care, surgery.

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Article received: Nov 27, 2018. Accepted for publication: Feb 15, 2019.