• Features of the course of postoperative period during surgical treatment laparotomic and laparoscopic access to gynecological diseases in women with extragenital pathology
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Features of the course of postoperative period during surgical treatment laparotomic and laparoscopic access to gynecological diseases in women with extragenital pathology

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2017.7(123):111–115; doi 10.15574/HW.2017.123.111

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

The objective: tactics definition postoperative period at surgical treatment of gynecologic patients with extragenital pathology.
Patients and methods. Research included 240 patients who stayed on treatment in a hospital and were operative concerning diseases of internal genitals laparotomical and laparoscopic accesses. All patients had an extragenital pathology. Depending on operation access all patients were divided into two groups. The main group was made by 120 patients who were operated by laparoscopic access. The group of comparison was made by 120 patients whom was operative laparotomical access. Everything patients carried out a clinical-laboratory assessment of a current of the postoperative period.
Results. Results of the conducted researches testify that at the compensated accompanying cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, a diabetes mellitus and an obesity at gynecologic patients at identical gynecologic and extragenital pathology laparoscopic access is more preferable since takes less time, is less travmatical and morbid, is accompanied by a smaller hemorrhage in comparison with the laparotomical. Aftertreatment after laparoscopic operations takes less time that is bound to existence of less expressed pain syndrome, lack of disturbance of function of an intestine, faster restoration of a physical activity and thereof in the smaller postoperative afternoon. At the same time rising of intra abdominal pressure and the provision of Trendelenburg negatively affect hemodynamic indicators at patients with cardiovascular diseases though it doesn’t lead to a decompensation of activity of cardiovascular system.
Conclusion. Tactics of maintaining the postoperative period at gynecologic patients with extragenital pathology depends on character of a somatic case rate, option quick to access, a hemorrhage and results of clinical-laboratory inspection.
Key words: gynecologic operations, laparotomy, laparoscopy, postpoerative period.


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