Geir Rønning MD
Recently updated 18.06.2014
Oslo University Hospital
- Nasogastric tube, if used, is removed when the bowel has resumed function.
- After a total gastrectomy, a contrast X-ray examination is performed only if there is suspect anastomosis failure. The patient may eat early.
- After a gastric resection, the patient may usually drink/eat immediately after the operation.
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