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He used the "method of Witzel" most frequently, introducing an 18- to 25-French catheter approximately 20 to 30 centimeters from the ligament of Treitz . Ten of these patients died less than 2 weeks postoperatively from complications related to the tube. Due to the tube-related complications, he proposed disposing of the tube entirely, leaving a jejunostomy stoma on the abdominal wall through which nutrients are introduced (10). Table 4-1. ers (20] Classic observations reported conceming Alexis St.
Unfortunately, feeding access procedures did not achieve popularity due to frequent complicatiOns. During the period between 1920 and 1933, Barber  reported 20 cases of jejunostomy tl,lbe placement for enteral supplementation at Bellevue Hospital. He used the "method of Witzel" most frequently, introducing an 18- to 25-French catheter approximately 20 to 30 centimeters from the ligament of Treitz . Ten of these patients died less than 2 weeks postoperatively from complications related to the tube.
A 12-French rubber Robinson catheter IS passed through the peel-away Introducer Into the distal 11mb of the JeJunostomy. The peel-away Introducer 15 spht and dl5Carded leavlng the JeJunostomy tube correctly posltloned. The JeJunalloop IS approxlma ed to the abdominal wall by the seromuscular sutures. and these sutures are secured over rubber bolsters a the skm level. An additional 3-0 nylon suture 15 placed to secure the JeJunostomy tube to the skin. 7 Figures 4-17 through 4-25 depict the alternative method employing a commercial T-fastener kit.