A stab injury of the caecum with extensive peritoneal soiling is best treated by
a. The best treatment in this patient in presence of gross contamination of peritoneal cavity is performance of ileostomy.
b. Caecostomy is morbid procedure associated with high complication rates and hence not performed.
c. There is no role of transverse and sigmoid colostomy as both the procedures are distal to the site of injury in this patient.
Hence among the given options, answer is caecostomy.