OPTIMIZATION OF SURGICAL TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE PANCREATITIS USING MINIINVASIVE TECHNIQUES
Summary. The aim of the study. To improve the results of surgical treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis using minimal invasive techniques.
Matherials and Methods of the study. The results of surgical treatment of 75 patients with different forms of acute pancreatitis were analyzed. All patients were examined and operated on.
Results of the study. Minimally invasive interventions were performed in 92 % of the analyzed patients. Intraoperatively acute pancreatic edema was observed in 43 % of patients, hemorrhagic pancreatic necrosis – in 24 %, infected pancreatic necrosis – in 33 %. The postoperative period was complicated by 13.3 %, the mortality rate was 9.3 %.
Conclusions. The use of minimally invasive techniques for treating acute pancreatitis can significantly improve the results of surgical treatment of patients with this pathology. The frequency of complications and lethality decreases. Also, it is possible to significantly reduce operational trauma, and hence the number of bed-days of stay in hospital treatment. This contributes to reducing the financial cost of treatment in patients with acute pancreatitis, as well as improving the quality of life of this category of patients.
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