NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PATIENTS BEFORE STOMACH SURGERY AT THAI BINH PROVINCE GENERAL HOSPITAL 2019

Nguyễn Thùy Dung, Trần Khánh Thu, Nguyễn Trọng Hưng, Vũ Thị Huệ, Nguyễn Minh Hương, Lương Quốc Chính, Phạm Thị Dung

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Aimes: To describe nutritional status and dietary characteristics before stomach surgery..


Methods: A cross-sectional study conducted at the Department of General Surgery and Department of Surgery at the Oncology Center from June 2019 to March 2020. The nutritional status of patients was identified using the Subjective Global Assessment (SGA) classification scale and  the Mini Nutritional Assessment (MNA).


Results: 67.1% were men, 65.7% age group ≥ 60; 25.4% of patients lacked energy for a long time when discharged from the hospital, this rate increased to 59.7%; Assessed by the SGA method, there were 80.6% of patients with mild and moderate malnutrition, no patients with severe malnutrition; Assessed by MNA method: 71% risk of malnutrition, 25.8% of malnutrition; According to albumin concentration, malnutrition rate is 19.4%; The rate of weight loss in the last 6 months was 52.2%; The average dietary energy was 1433.6 ± 235.7 kcal; The percentage of subjects meeting the requirements for energy-producing substances was Glucid 7.5%, Lipid 76.1%, Protein 53.7%.


Conclusion: The disease was mainly seen in men and in the age group over 60. The rate of malnutrition in patients before stomach surgery was very high, so hospitalized patients need to have their nutritional status assessed to offer supportive solutions and appropriate nutrition for the patient and treatment prognosis.

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