Bamboo shoots are delicious, but be careful
"I didn't expect that bamboo shoots would hurt my body if I didn't eat well. If you didn't diagnose and treat them in time this time, I might have died." Say.
The 34-year-old Mr. Shi suffered from epigastric discomfort, nausea, and acid regurgitation for half a month, and abdominal pain for 3 days. The local clinic diagnosed gastritis. After taking medicine, the pain did not improve, but the abdominal pain worsened. Not long ago, he went to the surgery of the Municipal Maternal and Child Health Hospital. The attending physician, Shang Yingjie, immediately checked her body and found that her abdominal distension was obvious. After detailed medical history, it was learned that the patient had a history of gastric disease and appendicitis resection. Shang Yingjie immediately became vigilant, because if such patients eat improperly, it is easy to cause intestinal obstruction. The diagnosis of intestinal obstruction was confirmed by X-ray and CT examination. Therefore, Shang Yingjie actively gave symptomatic treatment such as gastrointestinal decompression, but the patient's condition did not ease, and the abdominal distension was like a drum. Li Guangyuan and Yang Yongmin, chief physicians of the department, immediately organized department consultation and decided to implement emergency laparotomy.
During the operation, it was seen that the intestinal tube was severely dilated, and the small intestine was stretched to the size of a fist. After investigation, at 30 cm from the ileocecal area, there were many hard objects of various sizes in the small intestine. After cutting the intestinal tube, many pieces of green-brown stuff full of intestinal juice and gastric juice appeared. After careful identification, it turned out to be bamboo shoots. After successfully removing the bamboo shoots and decompressing the intestinal tube, they continued to explore carefully and touched the same hard thing in the patient's stomach. The operation group decisively made an incision in the patient's stomach and successfully removed the foreign body, which was also a bamboo shoot.
After the operation, facing the doctor's questioning, Mr. Shi said embarrassedly, "When I went out drinking with my friends a few days ago, I ate a lot of bamboo shoots, and I probably swallowed them before chewing them."
After the careful treatment and care of all the medical staff in the surgery, Mr. Shi recovered and was discharged from the hospital two weeks later. After post-examination, he recovered well.
Yang Yongmin reminded the public that bamboo shoots are delicious, but they should not be eaten too much, especially those suffering from digestive tract diseases, gastric ulcers and duodenal ulcers, as well as children and the elderly with weak gastrointestinal function. At the same time, chew slowly when eating, because the rough fiber of bamboo shoots is not easy to digest, and it is easy to damage the gastric mucosa, resulting in adverse consequences such as gastrointestinal bleeding and intestinal obstruction.
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