Colon cancer surgery food

Food for colon cancer surgery

Food according to colon cancer surgery

Characteristics of the different ostomies and surgeries of extirpation:

We must bear in mind that these characteristics are general. Each person is different and must be treated individually and specifically, by a qualified professional who performs a thorough personalized monitoring.

Name of the surgery Consistency of feces

Post-surgery / With adaptation time

Ileostomy

cecostomy

Post surgery

Very liquid and very irritating

(Bile Juices)

With adaptation time

Liquid, continued and irritating (improves slightly over the years)

With adaptation time

Liquids and irritant (with possible posterior partial resorption)

Total colectomy
Proctocolectomy
Proctocolectomy and excision of the anus
Right Hemicolectomy
Ascending colostomy Post surgery

Liquid and quite irritating

With adaptation time

Semiliquids and irritants

Left Hemicolectomy
Transverse colostomy Post surgery

Liquid and quite irritating

Transverse colostomy with adaptation time

Semi-liquid and slightly irritating

Descending colostomy with adaptation time

Solid, well-formed and non-irritating

Sigmoid colostomy and sigmoidestomy with adaptation time

Solid, firm and non-irritating

Descending colostomy
Sigmoid colostomy or sigmoideostomy
Sigmoidectomy
Name of the surgery Nutritional losses

Nutrients to be provided by the diet

Ileostomy

cecostomy

Nutritional losses

Hydric, sodium, chlorine, potassium, proteins,

Vitamin C, vitamin B12.

Caloric insufficiency.

Lower fermentative capacity.

Nutrients to be provided by the diet

Hydration (2-2.5 liters of water per day).

Hypercaloric and hyperproteic diet (with branched amino acids: arginine, glutamine and ornithine) and low in fat.

No residue (no insoluble fiber).

With basifying effect, calcifying, anti-inflammatory and avoiding stimulating bile.

Rich in vitamin C, in beta carotenes, in vitamin B12, in minerals such as sodium, chlorine and potassium (drinks with electrolytes).

 

Total colectomy
Proctocolectomy
Proctocolectomy and excision of the anus
Right Hemicolectomy
Ascending colostomy
Left Hemicolectomy
Transverse colostomy Nutritional losses

Hydric, sodium, chlorine and potassium.

Does not synthesize vitamin K.

Nutrients to be provided by the diet

Hydration (2-2.5 liters of water per day).

Diet normocaloric, slightly hyperprotein and low fat-free.

With basifying effect, calcifying, anti-inflammatory.

Rich in minerals such as sodium, chlorine and potassium (drinks with electrolytes).

REGENERATE the colon: with soluble fiber (pectins, gums and mucilages), betacarotenes and probiotics

Descending colostomy
Sigmoid colostomy or sigmoideostomy
Sigmoidectomy

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