EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CLINICAL INDICATORS OF INTRATISSUE PRESSURE IN DEEP CIRCULAR BURNS AND ITS DYNAMICS DEPENDING ON THE NATURE AND VOLUME OF SURGERY

  • O. V. Kravtsov
  • T. A. Kurbanov
  • Yu. I. Kozin
Keywords: burns, compartment syndrome, intratissue pressure, surgi cal treatment.

Abstract

The purpose of research. To improve in the experiment the optimal variants of surgical tactics to eliminate the phenomena of compartment syndrome in circular deep burns on the basis of studying the dynamics of intratissue pressure.

Materials and methods. An experiment to study the effectiveness of treatment of deep circular burns of III degree, accompanied by compartment-syndrome with objectification of intra-tissue pressure was performed on 18 male WAG rats weighing 190.0-200.0 g, which were divided into three groups depending from the nature and scope of surgery.

Research results and their discussion. Based on the assessment of the dependence of the level of intratissue pressure in the tissues on the timing of modeling of deep circular burns in the experiment and tactics and volume of surgical treatment, a clear dependence of indicators in all groups of experimental animals. The primary necrectomy performed in the III main group due to the radical surgical intervention allowed to completely normalize the intratissue pressure within 24 hours.

Conclusions. 1. Clinical indicators of intratissue pressure at deep circular burns depending on time of modeling of a thermal trauma and character and volume of surgical intervention are defined in experiment. 2. It is established that primary necrectomy due to radical excision of necrotized tissues and rapid decompression contributes to the nor malization of intratissue pressure.

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Published
2021-12-08
How to Cite
Kravtsov, O. V., Kurbanov, T. A., & Kozin, Y. I. (2021). EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF CLINICAL INDICATORS OF INTRATISSUE PRESSURE IN DEEP CIRCULAR BURNS AND ITS DYNAMICS DEPENDING ON THE NATURE AND VOLUME OF SURGERY. Kharkiv Surgical School, (5-6), 22-26. https://doi.org/10.37699/2308-7005.5-6.2021.05
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GENERAL AND EMERGENCY SURGERY