DETERMINATION OF PAIN IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CALCULOUS CHOLECYSTITIS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC HEPATITIS
The aim. To establish the diagnostic value of the scale for assessing the severity of pain by determining the intensity of pain in patients with acute calculous cholecystitis in patients with chronic viral hepatitis.
Materials and methods of research. The study was conducted in the period from 2016 to 2021 in the Department of Emergency Surgery of the Military Medical Clinical Center. In the first stage, the diagnostic scheme included only surveys to identify potential risk factors for infection and anamnestic data on the presence of HCV diagnosed in the past. In the second stage, rapid tests for antigens and antibodies to HCV were introduced into the diagnostic scheme along with the survey.
Research results. Patients respond differently to pain, and the sen sation of pain is individual and subjective.
Conclusions. Quantitative assessment and registration of the inten sity of pain using a visual-analog scale can supplement the comprehensive information about the general condition of the patient, which is necessary to select the optimal treatment in emergency surgery.
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