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Reoperation for postoperative intraabdominal sepsis ePub download

by Peter Aeberhard,Patrick A. Casey

  • Author: Peter Aeberhard,Patrick A. Casey
  • ISBN: 3456813015
  • ISBN13: 978-3456813011
  • ePub: 1383 kb | FB2: 1590 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Huber (December 1, 1983)
  • Pages: 178
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Reoperation for postoperative intraabdominal sepsis ePub download

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Intra-abdominal septic complications occurred in 26 of 343 operations (8%). Conclusions Ustekinumab is associated with increased rates of 90-day postoperative intra-abdominal sepsis following a major abdominal operation for Crohn’s disease. Thiopurine therapy was associated with an increased risk of intra-abdominal septic complications (16% with therapy; 6% without therapy; P . 44).

Re-exploration for multiple organ failure alone will yield a significant group of patients with drainable septic foci and some survivors; thus, exploration for this indication appears . Postoperative Complications. Radiography, Abdominal. Reoperation /mortality.

Re-exploration for multiple organ failure alone will yield a significant group of patients with drainable septic foci and some survivors; thus, exploration for this indication appears to be defensible. Surgical Procedures, Operative /mortality. Surgical Wound Infection/diagnosis. Surgical Wound Infection/surgery. Tomography, X-Ray Computed.

Postoperative intra-abdominal sepsis carries a high mortality. Diagnosis by clinical examination is often difficult, and imaging techniques may be helpful. Diagnostic laparotomy should be considered early, even in the absence of localizing signs. To assess the accuracy of procalcitonin as a measure of severity in patients with septic abdominal illnesses and the sepsis syndrome, to compare measurements with those of other inflammatory mediators, and to predict outcome. We carried out a prospective clinical study from 246 patients with infective or septic episodes confirmed at laparotomy and 66 patients undergoing elective operations who acted as controls.

The use of Abdominal Reoperation Predictive Index enabled mortality among patients undergoing reoperation to be lowered, the time elapsing between the first operation and relaparotomy to be reduced, and the length of stay in the intensive care unit to be shortened

The use of Abdominal Reoperation Predictive Index enabled mortality among patients undergoing reoperation to be lowered, the time elapsing between the first operation and relaparotomy to be reduced, and the length of stay in the intensive care unit to be shortened. We conclude that the systematic application of an index, without disregarding clinical judgment, allows the quality of attention to be improved, cost to be lowered, and the level of conflicts generated by the difficult decision to perform reoperation to be curtailed. DOI: 1. 001/archsurg.

Paralytic Ileus Diffuse Peritonitis Postoperative Sepsis Subphrenic Abscess Septic . eBook Packages Springer Book Archive. Reprints and Permissions.

Paralytic Ileus Diffuse Peritonitis Postoperative Sepsis Subphrenic Abscess Septic Focus. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Hinsdale JG, Jaffe BM (1984) Re-operation for intra-abdominal sepsis: indications and results in modern critical care setting. Ann Surg 199: le Scholar. 13. Hirner A, Häring R (1982) Frühe postoperative Relaparotomie.

Sepsis from an abdominal origin is initiated by the outer membrane . Re-operation for intra-abdominal sepsis. Indications and results in modern critical care setting.

Sepsis from an abdominal origin is initiated by the outer membrane component of gram-negative organisms (. lipopolysaccharide, lipid A, endotoxin) or gram-positive organisms (. lipoteichoic acid, peptidoglycan), as well toxins from anaerobic bacteria. This leads to the release of proinflammatory cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor α (TNF-α), and interleukins.

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Conclusion: In critically ill patients with postoperative peritonitis, the postoperative time course of the SOFA and the Goris organ failure scores was different between patients with or without intra-abdominal persistent sepsis. Daily organ-system failure for diagnosis of persistent intra-abdominal sepsis after postoperative peritonitis.