Prophylaxis of infection in region of the surgical intervention performance in laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Objective. To estimate the efficacy of prophylactic method for regional infection while performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy, using simultaneous application of container for removal of the specimen and a two-ring wound protector of the wound. In accordance to the literature data, the infection rate in laparoscopic cholecystectomy conduction constitutes 2.4 - 9.6%.
Materials and methods. The work was based on experience of performance of 759 laparoscopic cholecystectomies during the period of 2015 - 2018 yrs. There were performed 679 operations with the second class of microbial contamination, 17 - with the third one and 6 - with the fourth. In 21 patients the conversion into laparotomy was applied. The patients with third and fourth classes of microbial contamination of wounds were divided into two groups: the first - 61 patients, in whom a container was used for the specimen removal, and the second - 19 patients, in whom the method of combined application of container and the wound protector was applied for removal of the specimen.
Results. Infection of region of the surgical intervention performance in laparoscopic cholecystectomy was revealed in 41 (5.40%) of 759 patients.In surgical interventions In surgical interventions, referring to second class of microbial contamination , the infection rate in the surgical intervention region have constituted 2,5%, while referring to the third class - 11.76%, and the fourth class - 34.92%. Conversion in laparoscopic cholecystectomy is accompanied with high rate of the wound infection - 38.09%.
Conclusion. Application of the method of combined usage of container for removal of preparation and a two-ring protector of the wound in the third and the fourth classes of the wounds while performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy have permitted to lower the infection rate in region of the surgical intervention performance from 37.70 to 5.26%.
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