International Journal of Clinical Research. 2020; 4: (1) 3; DOI:10.26855/j.ijcr.20200003.
Objective: To analyze the effect of hydrolyzed protein formula on the recovery and weight gain of neonatal surgical bowel surgery, in order to provide some reference for medical staff to carry out follow-up work. Methods: A total of 78 newborns who underwent surgical gastrointestinal surgery in our hospital from January 2019 to December 2019 were selected in this experiment. The selected newborns were divided into group A and group B by lottery. All are 39 people. During the experiment, medical personnel should use conventional formula to feed group A newborns, and use hydrolyzed protein formula to feed group B newborns. Count and record the incidence of feeding intolerance and weight gain in the two groups. Condition, time to reach full enteral feeding and time to discharge. Results: The results of the study showed that compared with group A neonates, group B neonatal feeding intolerance was less likely to occur, and the differences between the two groups were more prominent, with statistical significance (p <0.05). Newborns, group B had higher weight gain values, and the differences between the two groups of patients were significant, with statistical significance (p <0.05). Compared with group A newborns, group B newborns achieved total enteral feeding time and the discharge time was short, and the difference between the two groups of patients was significant, which was statistically significant (p <0.05). Conclusion : Hydrolyzed protein formula has a positive effect on the rehabilitation and weight gain of neonatal surgical bowel surgery. It can reduce the incidence of feeding intolerance to a certain extent, increase the weight gain of the newborn, and shorten the total intestine. The feeding time and hospital discharge time have certain practical significance.