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Advantages antiadhesion barrieruse in treating endometriosis in women of reproductive age 

HEALTH OF WOMAN.2015.7(103):134–135 
 

Advantages antiadhesion barrieruse in treating endometriosis in women of reproductive age 
 

Chaika K. V., Zhiharsky R. V.

National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education P. L. Shupyk, Kiev 
 

In 115 patients of reproductive age studied the effectiveness of antiadhesion barrier based on sodium hyaluronate compared with the procedure by preventing adhesion in the abdominal cavity by irrigation of 200.0 ml of saline solution, followed by evacuation of the solution through passive drainage in 2 hours. The research of the early and late postoperative period following algorithm: laboratory values, recovery rate of intestinal function, evaluation of pain intensity after surgery, the incidence of dyspareunia and evaluation of reproductive function of patients. It is concluded that the use of antiadhesion barrier based on sodium hyaluronate is effective and safe, improves the results of surgical interventions in gynecology and reproductive prognosis. 
 

Key words: antiadhesion barrier, endometriosis, infertility, laparoscopic treatment, adhesions, reproductive age. 
 

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