SU1586687A1 - Method of draining high biliodigestive anastomosis - Google Patents

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SU1586687A1
SU1586687A1 SU884439193A SU4439193A SU1586687A1 SU 1586687 A1 SU1586687 A1 SU 1586687A1 SU 884439193 A SU884439193 A SU 884439193A SU 4439193 A SU4439193 A SU 4439193A SU 1586687 A1 SU1586687 A1 SU 1586687A1
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Павел Павлович Конопля
Владимир Власович Хацко
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This invention relates to surgery and can be used to drain a biliodigestive anastomosis. The purpose of the invention is to reduce postoperative complications by preventing premature discharge of submersible drainage. To do this, when performing a biliodigestive anastomosis, a mylar thread is led through the two side openings of the submersible drainage installed in the right hepatic duct, the ends of which are withdrawn along with the transhepatic drainage through the left hepatic duct and fixed to the skin. In the postoperative period, not earlier than 3 weeks, after the fistulography, the fixing thread is removed, the drainage goes into the intestine and leaves with feces. The invention reduces postoperative complications when using submersible drainage.

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This invention relates to surgery and can be used to drain a biliodigestive anastomosis.

The purpose of the invention is to reduce postoperative complications by preventing premature loss of drainage.

The method is carried out as follows.

After the preliminary stage of the operation (separation of the hepatic ducts in the structure, disconnection of the fine lobule loop), hepaticojejunostomy is performed on a temporary submersible rubber drainage conducted into the right hepatic duct and through the transhepatic drainage and through Pradery-Smith through the left hepatic duct. A prelong polyester filament is led through two side holes of the submersible drainage and the ends of the filament are pulled out along with the external drainage and fixed to the skin. Transhepatic drainage is also fixed to the skin.

In the postoperative period after the fistulography, the thread fixing the submersible drainage is removed, the drainage j out into the intestine and leaves with feces.

Example. Sick K. 60 years old with complaints about the presence of external gall fistula. 3 months back. cholecystectomy, during which the common hepatic duct was injured. 01/17/86 g after preliminary preparation, a hepaticoduodenostomy operation was performed on the left transhepatic drainage according to Pradery-Smith and the right submersible controlled drainage. To do this, through the two side openings of the last, a lavsan thread was drawn, the ends of which were passed through the meshes; - with the drainage installed in the left pecheio; - the nominal duct removed and fixed on the skin.

In the postoperative period after the fistulography, the submersible drainage was removed for 20 days by removing the fixing thread.

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: Viewed after 5 months. The condition is satisfactory in fistulography, through transhepatic drainage through the right and left hepatic ducts, the contract is in the 12 duodenum.

The method allows to prevent premature discharge of submersible drainage.

I The method can be applied in specialized departments given strict indications. It is more appropriate to use the loop of the small intestine for anastomosis.

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    A method for draining a high biliodiosteal anastomosis, including temporary fixation of lost drainage, characterized in that, in order to reduce postoperative complications by preventing premature drainage loss, fixation is performed by a polyester thread, which is conducted through a pair of side drainage holes and output to the outside. with external drainage and fixed on the skin, and the fixation of the drainage is stopped by removing the thread.
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