Correction of peritoneal desiccation, caused by carboxyperitoneum and an acute small-intestinal ileus in experiment


Keywords: carboxyperitoneum; еxperiment; ileus; parietal peritoneum

Abstract

Objective. To investigate the separate peculiarities of the parietal peritoneum state under impact of the tension carboxyperitoneum in animals with a 12-hour acute small-bowel ileus (ASBI).

Маterials and methods. Results of the investigation of the parietal peritoneum state in 36 white male rats in conditions of the tension carboxyperitoneum were analyzed. In patients of the Group I carboxyperitoneum was applied, creating intraabdominal pressure 9 – 10 Hg mm, during 2 h with its fractional change in 20 min during 10 sec. In laboratory animals of Group II, differing from the Group I, the investigations were conducted in conditions of 12-hour ASBI. To laboratory animals of Group III, differing from those of the Group II, beforehand a four-component disperse mixture with a 15 min exposition was introduced.

Results. In a day after application of the tension carboxyperitoneum in laboratory animals the reduction of the parietal peritoneum thickness have occurred tо (25.76 ± 2.32) mcm, average diameter of the mesotheliocytes nuclei - tо (5.46 ± 0.48) mcm and quantitative density of mesotheliocytes - tо (12.96 ± 1.09) by 1 mm2, what have accompanied with concentration of different-phasic toxic products of lipoperoxidase and signs of the antioxidant enzymopathy were observed. This processes were essentially deepened in conditions of a 12-hour ASBI. Application of a four-component disperse mixture essentially weakened aggressive consequences of intraabdominal causes and promoted raising of compensatory properties of parietal peritoneum.

Conclusion. Application of a two-year stressed carboxyperitoneum leads to desiccation of parietal peritoneum in experimental animals and raises in it a concentration of toxic products of lipoperoxidase and lowers concentration of superoxidysmutase and catalase, what trustworthily worsens in conditions of a 12-hour ASBI. Intraabdominal injection of a four-component disperse mixture trustworthily raises protective properties of parietal peritoneum in conditions of a 12-hour ASBI.

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Author Biographies


B. I. Slonetskyi, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv

Sloneckyi Boris Ivanovich - MD, DSci (Med)., Full Professor

Department of Emergency Medicine

Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

Ukraine, Kyiv, st. Dorogozhtska 9,

+38 044-518 - 62 - 11,

E-mail slobis@ukr.net,

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2049-5894


M. I. Tutchenko, Bogomolets National Medical University, Kyiv

Tutchenko Nikolay Ivanovich - MD, DSci (Med)., Full Professor,

head of the department of surgery

Bohomolets National Medical University,

Ukraine, Kyiv, st. Bratislavska 3,

E-mail : tutchenko@ukr.net,

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5050-6494


I. V. Verbitskyi, Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Kyiv

Verbytskiy Igor Volodymyrovych, - MD, PhD, Associate Professor

Department of Emergency Medicine

Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

Kyiv, Ukraine, st. Dorogozhtska 9,

E-mail : ukrpodol@gmail.com

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3388-5012

Published
2018-12-28
How to Cite
Slonetskyi, B. I., Tutchenko, M. I., & Verbitskyi, I. V. (2018). Correction of peritoneal desiccation, caused by carboxyperitoneum and an acute small-intestinal ileus in experiment. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, 85(12), 60-63. https://doi.org/10.26779/2522-1396.2018.12.60
Section
Experimental Investigations