It is a slipping of one part of the intestine into another part occurs in male more than female ,it occurs before age 5 years with the highest incidence between 6 and 15 months. Some conditions correct itself without treatment this is termed spontaneous reduction.
1- Abdominal pain.
2- Bile stained vomiting ,if the condition not treated fecal vomiting occur.
3- Bowel movement is little, current jell stool is common 12 hours after onset of the obstruction.
4- Shock, fever,dehydration.
2-Physical examination, the physician may feel a sausage shaped mass in the right upper portion of abdomen during palpation.
Prognosis:-is good when the condition is treated within 24 hours.
1-Restoring blood ,fluid and electrolyte.
2-Gastric suction to prevent gastric distention.
3-Prepare for surgery.
1-Vital signs are checked frequently.
2-Child position is changed and careful attention is given to skin.
3-The operation site is kept clean and dry.
4-Clear fluid are given when bowel sound is heard.