2017
DOI: 10.9790/1959-0602047079
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Constipation Occurrence among Critically Ill patients

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“…This could be contributed that the use of sedative, and immobility, which reduce bowel motility, may be underlying causes for late defecation, even use of laxatives. Our results were consistent with those of (Lacy et al, 2016;Fennessy et al, 2017;Webster et al, 2017) who recommended that prophylactic laxative use has clinical advantages and can successfully avoid late defecation in critically ill patients.…”
Section: Calculation Of Sample Sizesupporting
confidence: 93%
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“…This could be contributed that the use of sedative, and immobility, which reduce bowel motility, may be underlying causes for late defecation, even use of laxatives. Our results were consistent with those of (Lacy et al, 2016;Fennessy et al, 2017;Webster et al, 2017) who recommended that prophylactic laxative use has clinical advantages and can successfully avoid late defecation in critically ill patients.…”
Section: Calculation Of Sample Sizesupporting
confidence: 93%
“…(Guerra et al, 2013;Brasiel PGA et al, 2020) reported similar outcomes that patients who were on mechanical ventilation and received nutrition within 72 hours of ICU admission had greater frequencies of late defecation (72%). Similar findings were reached by (Fennessy et al, 2017;Webster et al, 2017) and about the advantages of early enteral feeding for critically sick patients with limited motility and documented that late defecation in these patients was linked to low or absent dietary fiber intake or was brought on by a decrease in gastrointestinal tract motility.…”
Section: Calculation Of Sample Sizesupporting
confidence: 79%
“…In the same line, Chawla et al (2021) (47) concluded that early enteral nutrition is useful than delayed enteral feeding in managing patients who are critically ill through the maintenance of gut integrity and decreasing gastrointestinal disorders. Also El-Saman and Ahmed (2017) (48) reported that most of patients receiving delayed enteral feeding and low fiber diet was constipated Conclusion It can be concluded that massage that applied on abdomen is effective in decreasing constipation and its adverse effect such as abdominal distension, abdominal circumference pressure, gastric residual volume (GRV) and increasing defecation frequency in intervention group.…”
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confidence: 95%
“…5 Konstipasi jika tidak diatasi akan mengakibatkan komplikasi pada penyakit lainnya seperti canker kolon, hipertensi arterial, impaksi fekal, hemoroid yang akan berujung kepada kematian. 6 Salah satu untuk meminimalkan kejadian konstipasi adalah aktifitas fisik yang cukup. Aktivitas fisik yang cukup akan memperkuat otot polos pada usus besar, sehingga akan mempengaruhi peristaltik usus yang akan membantu proses defekasi.…”
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