Perkutane endoskopische Gastrostomie/PEG in der Geriatrie

  • D. Müller
  • N. Sommer

Zusammenfassung

Bei der perkutanen endoskopischen (kontrollierten) Gastrostomie/PEG handelt es sich um ein Verfahren zur enteralen Ernährung und Flüssigkeitszufuhr unter Umgehung des zervikothorakalen Verdauungstraktes. Dieses Verfahren steht seit Mitte der 80er Jahre in der klinischen Routine zur Verfügung (Gauderer et al. 1980).

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