RISK OF CONVERSION OF OPERATIONAL INTERVENTION IN ACUTE CHOLECYSTITIS, COMPLICATED BY PERITONITIS

Authors

  • Boris Zaporozhchenko Odessa National Medical University
  • Konstantin Kravets Odessa National Medical University, Department of Surgery 2
  • Igor Borodaiev Odessa National Medical University, Department of Surgery 2
  • Valerii Kachanov Odessa National Medical University, Department of Surgery 2
  • Oleg Zubkov Odessa National Medical University, Department of Surgery 2

Keywords:

acute cholecystitis, peritonitis, LCE, conversion

Abstract

Calculous acute cholecystitis, in emergency abdominal surgery, is ranked second after acute appendicitis. A scientific study was undertaken regarding the effectiveness and the priorities of the active involvement tactics in the treatment of these patients. In our opinion, early laparoscopic cholecystectomy is safe and feasible in the treatment of acute cholecystitis. Early detection and treatment of acute cholecystitis may decrease the number of patients with advanced
cholecystitis and thus reduce the number of converted patients and postoperative complications.

Author Biography

Boris Zaporozhchenko, Odessa National Medical University

Department of Surgery 2

MD, Professor

 

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Published

2019-12-09

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ORIGINAL RESEARCHES