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The complications of jejunostomy tubes for patients receiving Duodopa: New challenges for neuroscience nurses

as OFF times) although he did continue to experience periods of dyskinesia, some paranoid behaviours and notable episodes of ‘punding’ (repetitive nonpurposeful movements). Following these promising results from the LCIG infusion, the patient consented to proceed to the insertion of a direct jejunostomy for permanent transjejunal intestinal infusion by a upper gastrointestinal surgeon. On day 2 post insertion of the jejunostomy tube the patient complained of nausea and vomiting and overnight he

Rachael Elizabeth Mackinnon

Australasian Journal of Neuroscience , ISSUE 2, 1–4

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