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Year 2015 Vol. 23 No 4

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
EXPERIMENTAL SURGERY

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.365   |  

B. S. SUKOVATYKH, A.Y. ORLOVA, E.B. ARTYUSHKOVA, M.Y. GORDOV, K.Y. VEDENEV

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MONONUCLEAR FRACTION OF AUTOLOGOUS BONE MARROW IN TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL CRITICAL LIMB ISCHEMIA

SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University"
The Russian Federation

Objectives. To develop an experimental model of critical limb ischemia for the further study of the effectiveness of the mononuclear fraction of autologous bone marrow in the treatment of critical limb ischemia.
Methods. The results of the application of the mononuclear fraction of autologous bone marrow in rats (Wistar) divided into four groups: intact, control, comparison and experimental have been analyzed. The intact group included 10 rats, the other groups 30 animals in each. In all rats, except for the intact one, critical limb ischemia was created by excision of the main vessel, including the femoral artery, the popliteal artery and the initial segments of the leg arteries. Mononuclear fraction of autologous bone marrow from the femur contralateral limb of the rat in a volume of 200 μL was injected into the ischemic limb in the experimental group (every animal was given a 100 μL injection at two different injection sites: 1) directly below the inguinal ligament of the tissue in the area of the anatomical location of collaterals of the internal iliac artery; 2) intramuscularly in the gastrocnemius muscle of the anterior-lateral surface of the middle third of the tibia. In the control group the fraction was injected into the ischemic limb by infiltration at six different sites. In the control group the animals received no treatment. The treatment effectiveness was assessed by the dynamics of the microcirculation level by the 10th, 21st and 28th days by laser Doppler flowmetry.
Results. Assessment of the microcirculation in animals with experimental limb ischemia after treatment according to the original method in the experimental group with the compared group showed the increase in blood flow by the 10th days at the hip level by 1,5 folds, at leg by 1,1 folds, by the 21st days at the level of the femur and tibia by 1,4 folds and by the 28th days at the femur and tibia by 1,2 folds.
Conclusion. The proposed method of treatment proven to be pathogenetically justified and effective.

Keywords: peripheral arterial disease, ischemia model, microcirculation level, model of the hind limb ischemia, therapeutic angiogenesis, bone marrow, mononuclear cells
p. 365-371 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
305041 Russian Federation,
Kursk, ul. K.Marksa, d. 3,
GBOU VPO "Kurskiy gosudarstvennyiy meditsinskiy universitet",
kafedra obschey khirurgii,
tel. office 8 4712 52-98-62,
e-mail: SukovatykhBS@kursksmu.net,
Sukovatykh Boris Semenovich
Information about the authors:
Sukovatykh B.S. MD, professor, a head of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University".
Orlova A.Y. PhD, an assistant of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University".
Artyushkova E.B. MD, a director of SRI of Ecological Medicine of SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University".
Gordov M.Y. A competitor of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University".
Vedenev K.Y. A 3-year student of the medical faculty of SBEE HPE "Kursk State Medical University".

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
EXPERIMENTAL SURGERY

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.372   |  

Y.S. VINNIK 1, A.M. PLAKHOTNIKOVA 1, A.K. KIRICHENKO 1, V.A. KUKONKOV 2, O.V. TEPLYAKOVA 1

THE APPLICATION OF DIRECTIONAL FLOW OF THE OZONE-OXYGEN GASEOUS MIXTURE TO A SANITATION OF PYOGENIC WOUNDS IN THE EXPERIMENT

SBEE HPE "Krasnoyarsk State Medical University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky" 1,
DSBME "Krasnoyarsk Interregional Clinical Hospital 7" 2
The Russian Federation

Objectives. To evaluate the application effectiveness of directed flow of the ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture to a sanitation of pyogenic wounds in experiment.
Methods. An experimental study was conducted in 30 male rabbits of Soviet Chinchilla breed. Each individual was simulated a pyogenic wound via daily broth culture of methicillin resistant strain of Staphylococcus aureus. In the main group (n=10) within the whole diastasis preservation period the local treatment of edgar wouhds with ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture the sanitation by the original device was performed. In the comparison group (n=10) of the wounds was carried out in sealed plastic contour chambers filled with ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture. In the control group (n=10) a consistent antiseptic treatment of pyogenic wounds with 3% hydrogen peroxide solution and 0,01% solution miramistin has been cleansed.
Evaluation of the treatment effectiveness was performed clinically and histologically on the 1st, 7th, 30th days of the experiment.
Results. In the clinical evaluation of the local status prior to treatment, the wounds consisted of soft tissue defects with specific signs of inflammation and purulent discharge. The relevant intergroup differences of biopsy results of purulent wounds histologically after the simulation also havent been revealed. On the 7th day in the control group preparations pronounced signs of inflammation preserved, while in the main group preparations the transition to the proliferative phase was registered. On the 30th day the shaped scar was determined clinically at the site of the wound defect in animals of all groups. Histological assessment of biopsies of scarring in the wound treatment groups with the ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture the dense connective tissue without any signs of the inflammatory response has been revealed, while in the control one the loose connective tissue with inflammatory infiltration was visualized.
Conclusion. In using the directed flow of the ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture to sanitation of pyogenic wounds in experiment, the earlier cleansing and healing with the formation of connective tissue scar without any signs of inflammatory response have been registered.

Keywords: skin and soft tissue infections, pyogenic wounds, the ozone-oxygen gaseous mixture, ozone, cleansing, sanitation, healing
p. 372-378 of the original issue
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ul. Partizana Zheleznyaka, d. 1,
GBOU VPO "Krasnoyarskiy gosudarstvennyiy
meditsinskiy universitet imeni professora
V.F. Voyno-Yasenetskogo", kafedra
obschey khirurgii im. prof. M.I. Gulmana,
e-mail: yuvinnik@yandex.ru,
Vinnik Yuriy Semenovich
Information about the authors:
Vinnik Y.S. MD, an Honored Worker of Science of RF, an Honored Physician of Russia, a Head of the general surgery chair named after M.I.Gulman of SBEE HPE "Krasnoyarsk State University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky".
Plakhotnikova A.M. A competitor of the general surgery chair named after M.I.Gulman of SBEE HPE "Krasnoyarsk State University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky".
Kirichenko A.K. MD, a head of the pathologic anatomy chair named after P.G. Podzolkov of SBEE HPE "Krasnoyarsk State University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky".
Kukonkov V.A. PhD, a head of the surgical department 2 of the district state budgetary medical establishment "Krasnoyarsk Interregional Clinical Hospital 7".
Teplyakova O.V. PhD, an associate professor of the general surgery chair named after M.I.Gulman of SBEE HPE "Krasnoyarsk State University named after professor V.F. Voino-Yasenetsky".

GENERAL & SPECIAL SURGERY

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.379   |  

Y.V. STRUCHKOV, A. S. VOROTYNCEV, A.G. KURMANBAEV

THE CHANGE OF BACTERIAL FLORA IN LOCAL THERAPY WITH OZONATED PHYSIOLOGICAL SOLUTION IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE JAUNDICE AFTER PERFORMANCE OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE INTERVENTIONS

SBEE HPE "I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University",
The Russian Federation

Objectives. To study the effectiveness of local application of ozonated physiological solution on the bacterial microflora of the biliary tract in patients with obstructive jaundice.
Methods. The drainage of the biliary tract by retrograde or antegrade method was performed to patients with complicated jaundice (different degrees) under sonographic and fluoroscopic guidance. The intake of bile through the fixed biliary drainage (nasobiliary drainage, percutaneous transhepatic cholangiostomy (PTCS) was carried out for inoculation on the medium immediately after drainage of the biliary tract as well as to control bacteriological sowing of bile on the third and seventh days. This study was performed to determine the spectrum of bacterial flora of the biliary tract and to control the conducted local therapy with physiological solution with ozone at concentration of 5 mg/L, saline (1000 ml.) are to be done daily .
Results. On the third day after drainage of the bile ducts (BD) the bacteriological composition has been changed. The incidence of detection of Klebsiella spp. significantly reduces from 21 cases to 6 and Escherichia coli from 22 to 10 cases. The number of Pseudomona aeruginosa increases from 8 to 18 cases and Enterococcus spp from 6 to 24 cases. The titre of microbial bodies Enterococcus spp raises from 3,77 to 4,860,12 of colony forming units (CFU)/ml. Daily sanitation (5 mg/l, (1000 ml) of BD with ozonated physiological solution promotes to reduce all types of microorganisms with a realiable reduction detection incidence of Pseudomona aeruginosa and Enterococcus spp up to 6 cases and a decrease of the titre of microbial cells up to 4,10,17 and 3,20,58, respectively.
Conclusion. In the hospital the number of conditionally pathogenic microflora has reduced reliably and the number of nosocomial infections increased. The conducted study has confirmed the efficacy of ozonated physiological solution for the prevention and treatment of infectious complications in patients with cholestasis.

Keywords: obstructive jaundice, ozonated physiological solution, biliary drainage, percutaneous transhepatic cholangiostomy, nosocomial infection, conditionally pathogenic microflora, cholestasis
p. 379-384 of the original issue
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109240, Russian Federation,
Moscow, ul. Yauzskaya d. 11. str. 1,
GKB im. I.V. Davyidovskogo,
GBOU VPO "Pervyiy moskovskiy
gosudarstvennyiy meditsinskiy universitet
imeni I.M. Sechenova",
kafedra obschey khirurgii,
e-mail: azamatkg.88@gmail.com,
Kurmanbaev Azamat Gultashyirovich
Information about the authors:
Struchkov Y.V. MD, professor, a senior researcher of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University".
Vorotyncev A.S. PhD, an associate professor of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University".
Kurmanbaev A.G. A post-graduate student of the general surgery chair of SBEE HPE "I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.385   |  

V.M. MAYOROV 1, Z.A. DUNDAROV 1, Y.N. AVIZHETS2

SOME MORPHOLOGICAL REGULARITIES OF DAMAGE AND SPREADING OF THE DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS IN THE RETROPERITONEAL AREA IN SEVERE ACUTE NECROTIZING PANCREATITIS ACCORDING TO AUTOPSY DATA

EE "Gomel State Medical University" 1,
E "Gomel Regional Clinical Pathoanatomical Bureau" 2,
The Republic of Belarus

Objectives. The study of regularities of spreading of the pathological process in the retroperitoneal area in severe destructive pancreatitis.
Methods. The ongoing retrospective analysis according to the report of 180 autopsy cases revealing the acute destructive pancreatitis (the data of Gomel regional clinical pathoanatomical bureau (1990-2014) was carried out during the research.
Results. The performed analysis of morphological changes of internal organs showed that the cause of early lethal outcomes is a massive enzymatic uncorrected intoxication. Fulminant necrotizing pancreatitis was registered in 70 cases, composing 38,9% of all observations. The first five days these patients have been subjected to intensive therapy due to incurable pancreatogenic shock in the intensive care unit. Particular attention was paid to the peculiarities of the anatomical relationship between destructive changes of the pancreas and affected peripancreatic cellular tissue. The obligate lesion of the peripancreatic cellular tissue in the presence of necrotic foci in the pancreatic parenchyma was established.
The actual total number of cases of total pancreatic necrosis revealed by autopsy was appeared fewer than initially assumed according to clinical and intraoperative examinations.
In case of massive pancreatic parenchymal necrosis reaching 30-60% of the pancreatic parenchyma, the formation of large peripancreatic sequesters, encapsulated in anatomically multiple closed cavities and maintaining high level of tissue intoxication has been constantly observed. Analysis of surgical treatment results detected one of the main reasons of deaths from pancreatitis surgery was suppurative necrotic parapancreatitis.
Conclusion. Pancreatogenic shock with its complications was detected as a main cause of death. Morphological manifestations of pancreatogenic shock were: enzymatic serosanguineous peritonitis and generalized parapancreatitis, massive atelectasis and pulmonary edema with hemorrhages, edema, and swelling of the brain as well as the marked dystrophic changes of parenchymal organs.

Keywords: acute necrotizing pancreatitis, parapancreatitis, total and large focal pancreatic necrosis, pancreatogenic shock, tissue intoxication, multiple organ failure, autopsy study
p. 385-390 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
246000, Republic of Belarus,
g. Gomel, ul. Bratev Lizyukovyih, d. 5,
UO "Gomel'skii gosudarstvennyi
meditsinskii universitet"
kafedra khirurgicheskih bolezney 2
s kursami anesteziologii i detskoy khirurgii,
tel.mob. 375 29 328 54 43,
e-mail: vadim.mayorov.1973@mail.ru,
tel.mob. 375 29 328 54 43,
Mayorov Vadim Mihaylovich
Information about the authors:
Dundarov Z.A. MD, professor, a head of the surgical diseases chair 2 with a course of anesthesiology and pediatric surgery of EE "Gomel State Medical University".
Mayorov V.M. PhD, an associate professor of the surgical diseases chair 2 with a course of anesthesiology and pediatric surgery of EE "Gomel State Medical University".
Avizhets Y.N. A head of the pathoanatomical department 1 of E "Gomel Regional Clinical Pathoanatomical Bureau".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.391   |  

V.I. PETUKHOV1, S.M. YERMASHKEVICH1, M.O. RUSETSKAYA1, M.M. KANDZERSKI2, A.I. YANKOYSKI2, M.U. KUNTSEVICH1

THE TREATMENT RESULTS OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE INFECTIOUS DESTRUCTIONS OF LUNGS

EE "Vitebsk State Medical University"1,
ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital"2,
The Republic of Belarus

Objectives. To analyze the treatment results of acute infectious pulmonary destruction and to identify the most efficient ways of treating this severe disease.
Methods. 81 cases of treatment of patients with acute infectious pulmonary destructions have been analyzed. The clinical, laboratory, radiological and statistical methods have been used.
Results. Depending on performed treatment the patients were divided into three groups. Conservative treatment was carried out in 7 (9%) patients of the first group. 5 of them died (mortality 71%). 74 (91%) patients were operated on. At the first stage the patients with intrapleural complications underwent tube thoracostomy with the further passive or active aspiration. 5 patients of the second group were subjected to video-assisted thoracoscopy with an atypical lung resection, conversion and pulmonary lobectomy in 1 case. In 3 patients lobectomy was repeatedly performed. In the second group the mortality rate was 40%. Thoracotomy was carried out in 69 patients of the third group. Necrosequestrectomy was conducted in 22 patients, lobectomy in 30, bilobectomy in 10, pneumonectomy in 7. In 24 cases out of 69 (35%) the operation is completed by thoracostomy to conduct in a subsequent scheduled sanitation. 19 patients of the third group died (mortality rate 27,5%). Overall mortality was 32,1%, postoperative mortality 28%.
Conclusion. The mortality rate for patients treated conservatively was significantly higher than those who had undergone surgery (Fisher=0,0319). In the case of thoracostomy performance with gradual sanitation and simultaneous radical surgery the mortality rate was not statistically significally differed (χ2=1,45; p=0,2279), and not associated with the size of a resected pathologically changed segment of a lung (p>0,05 ). The choice of the volume and option for intervention should be based on the prevalence of a lesion and technical ability to perform an operation.

Keywords: acute infectious destruction of lung, lung gangrene, conservative treatment, necrosectomy, lobectomy, pneumonectomy, thoracostomy
p. 391-397 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
210023, Republic of Belarus,
Vitebsk, prospekt Frunze, 27,
UO "Vitebskiy gosudarstvennyiy
ordena Druzhbyi narodov
meditsinskiy universitet",
kafedra khirurgii FPK i PK,
tel. mob.: 375 (29) 636-57-08,
e-mail: lancet.vip@tut.by,
Petukhov Vladimir Ivanovich
Information about the authors:
Petukhov V.I. MD, a head of the surgery chair of the advanced training and retraining faculty of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
Yermashkevich S.M. PhD, an associate professor of the surgery chair of the advanced training and retraining faculty of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
Rusetskaya M.O. PhD, an assistant of the hospital surgery chair with the courses of urology and pediatric surgery of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
Kandzerski N.M. A head of the thoracic purulent surgical department of ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital".
Yankoyski A.I. A clinical intern of the thoracic purulent surgical department of ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital".
Kuntsevich M.V. A subclinical surgical intern of the medical faculty of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.398   |  

I.V. KORPUSENKO

THE RESULTS OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IN TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH BILATERAL DESTRUCTIVE PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

SE "Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy of the Ministry Health of Ukraine"
Ukraine

Objectives. To improve the surgical treatment efficacy in patients with bilateral destructive forms of pulmonary tuberculosis using new minimally invasive surgical techniques.
Methods. In the thoracic department of Dnepropetrovsk regional public clinical therapeutic and prophylactic association "Phthisiology" 259 clinical records of patients with bilateral destructive pulmonary tuberculosis treated in the period from 2008 up to 2013 have been studied. Patients were divided into 2 groups: the main group (n=129) the patients who underwent minimally invasive surgery and the control group (n=130) those, who underwent standard surgical approach; 85 of them represented retrospective analysis of clinical records and 45 patients had contraindications for video-assisted surgeries (adhesive process in the pleural cavity). Each group was divided into 3 subgroups: the 1st radical bilateral simultaneous and staged lung resection, the 2nd single- or double-sided collapse surgery; the 3rd patients with fibro-cavernous pulmonary tuberculosis who underwent pleuropneumonectomy.
Results. In minimally invasive interventions the intraoperative complications were occurred in 2 (1,6%) patients and in 7 (5,3%) patients in the control group. The average postoperative blood and plasma loss in the main group was 394,218,7 ml which was 1,4 folds lower than similar indices in the control group 550,821,4 ml. Postoperative complications were registered in 13 (10,1%) of patients of the main group and in 32 (24,6%) in control group. Postoperative mortality rate was 1 (0,8%) in the main group and 7 (5,4%) in the control group. As a result of the surgery and subsequent treatment the cessation of bacterial excretion and closure of cavernous lesions have been achieved in 113 (87,5%) patients of the main group compared with 82 (63,0 %) in the control group.
Conclusion. The use of minimally invasive surgical techniques in patients with bilateral destructive pulmonary tuberculosis thought to be improved the clinical efficacy of treatment by 1,4 folds.

Keywords: bilateral pulmonary tuberculosis, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery, minimally invasive method, clinical efficacy, complications, lethality
p. 398-405 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
49044, Ukraine, g. Dnepropetrovsk,
ul. Dzerzhinskogo, d. 9,
GU "Dnepropetrovskaya meditsinskaya akademiya
MZ Ukrainyi",
kafedra khirurgii 2,
tel.: + 38(056)31-22-72,
e-mail: korpus_i@hotmail.com,
Korpusenko Igor Vasilevich
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Korpusenko I.V. PhD, an associate professor of the surgery chair 2 of SE "Dnepropetrovsk Medical Academy of the Ministry Health of Ukraine".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.406   |  

I.V. MAKAROV, R.A. GALKIN, A.V. LUKASHOVA

THE COMPREHENSIVE NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF OBLITERATING ATHEROSCLEROSIS (STAGE II) BY COMBINED APPLICATION OF OZONE AND GRAVITATIONAL THERAPY. A RANDOMIZED STUDY

SBEE HPE "Samara State Medical University",
The Russian Federation

Objectives. Optimization of comprehensive treatment of patients with obliterating atherosclerosis (II stage) by combined application of ozone and gravitational therapy.
Methods. A prospective randomized controlled study in three parallel groups in 139 patients has been performed. The first group (n=57) received standard medical therapy in combination with ozone therapy; the group was divided into two subgroups: in the subgroup 1a (n=28) the patients were given intravenous ozonated saline solution (OSS), in the subgroup 1b (n=29) major ozonated autohemotherapy (MOAT). The patients of the second group (n=62) underwent the comprehensive treatment, including gravitational therapy (GT) in addition to medical ozone. In this group two subgroups were also identified: subgroup 2a (n=31) the patients received standard medical therapy in combination with OSS and GT, subgroup 2b (n=31) in combination with MOAT and GT. The third group, the control one (n=20), included patients received only standard medical therapy. The results were evaluated immediately prior and after the treatment according to pain-free walking distance, ankle-brachial index, lipid metabolism and lipid peroxidation processes.
Results. The highest efficiency was observed in the subgroup 2a. A statistically significant increase of pain-free walking distance by 116,5%, ankle-brachial index by 49,2% have been registered. The most pronounced positive dynamics of lipid metabolism has been observed: reduction of total cholesterol by 21,3%, low density lipoprotein by 25,4%, very low density lipoprotein by 24,2%, triglycerides by 18,5%. The tendency towards normalization of lipid peroxidation was established: malondialdehyde decreased by 29,28%, the total antioxidant activity increased by 20,36%.
Conclusion. Combined application of ozonated physiological solution and gravity in the treatment of patients with obliterating atherosclerosis (stage II) contributes to a significant increase of pain-free walking distance and ankle-brachial index; as will as a significant correction of violations of lipid metabolism and lipid peroxidation process.

Keywords: obliterating atherosclerosis, ozone therapy, increase of pain-free walking distance, ankle-brachial index, gravitational therapy, randomized study
p. 406-415 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
443099, Russian Federation,
Samara, ul. Chapaevskaya, d. 89,
GBOU VPO "Samarskiy gosudarstvennyiy
meditsinskiy universitet",
kafedra khirurgicheskih bolezney 1,
tel. office: 8 (846) 994-08-50,
e-mail: annalukashovaoghk@mail.ru,
Lukashova Anna Vladimirovna
Information about the authors:
Makarov I.V. MD, professor, a head of the surgical diseases chair 1 of SBEE HPE "Samara State Medical University".
Galkin R.A. MD, professor of the surgical diseases chair 1 of SBEE HPE "Samara State Medical University".
Lukashova A.V. A senior laboratory assistant of the surgical diseases chair 1 of SBEE HPE "Samara State Medical University".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.416   |  

R.E. KALININ, I.A. SUCHKOV, A.S. PSHENNIKOV, A.B. AGAPOV

EVALUATION OF EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANTICOAGULANT THERAPY IN VENOUS THROMBOSIS

SBEE HPE "Ryazan State Medical University named after Academician I.P. Pavlov",
The Russian Federation

Objectives. Evaluation of efficacy and safety of different types of anticoagulant therapy (ACT) in patients with deep venous thrombosis (DVT).
Methods. The study included 119 patients with the disease duration of 1 to 15 days. The patients were divided into three groups: the 1st group included patients (n=38) received rivaroxaban, the 2nd group included patients (n=42) who received sodium enoxaparin (for 7-10 days) with subsequent administration of warfarin, the 3rd group included patients (n=39) treated with sodium enoxaparin (for 7-10 days) with subsequent administration of rivaroxaban. The efficacy and safety of ACT were assessed by duplex ultrasonography, by recurrence incidence and hemorrhagic complications.
Results. The increase in thrombus length was observed in 24% patients in the 1st group by the 4-5th days. These patients were then treated with enoxaparin which resulted in the subsequent apex attachment to the vein wall by the 12th days.
The apex of the free-floating thrombus was attached to the vein wall by the 8-10th days in 76% of patients who received rivaroxaban. DVT duration in 4 patients (24%) did not exceed 10 days, in 14 patients (76%) it was less than 5 days. In the 2nd group the apex of the thrombus attached to the vein wall by the 8-10th day in 17 patients, while in 2 patients (5%) the free-floating thrombi were detected after more than 12 days of treatment. In group 3 the apex of the free-floating thrombus was attached to the vein wall by the 8-10th days in all patients. After 1 month of rivaroxaban treatment, the recanalization was regarded as satisfactory. Recanalization in patients treated with warfarin was considered as "moderate" or "poor". The complications caused to anticoagulant therapy developed in 20 (16,8%) out of 119 patients. The significant and major complications were observed in warfarin group.
Conclusion. Parenteral administration of anticoagulants is considerted to be an effective method of lysis of free-floating thrombi in patients with different disease duration. Rivaroxaban has more advantages compared with warfarin in early terms of satisfactory recanalization, and causes fewer major hemorrhagic complications.

Keywords: deep vein thrombosis, ultrasound duplex scanning, anticoagulant therapy, attachment of thrombus, rivaroxaban, warfarin, hemorrhagic complications
p. 416-423 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
390048, Russian Federation,
Ryazan, ul. Stroykova, d. 96,
GBOU VPO "Ryazanskiy gosudarstvennyiy
meditsinskiy universitet
imeni akademika I.P. Pavlova",
kafedra angiologii, sosudistoy,
operativnoy khirurgii i topograficheskoy anatomii,
tel. mob: 7 903 836-24-17,
e-mail: suchkov_med@mail.ru
Suchkov Igor Aleksandrovich
Information about the authors:
Kalinin R.E. MD, professor, a head of the angiology, vascular, operative surgery and topographic anatomy chair of SBEE HPE "Ryazan State Medical University named after Academician I.P. Pavlov".
Suchkov I.A. MD, an associate professor of the angiology, vascular, operative surgery and topographic anatomy chair of SBEE HPE "Ryazan State Medical University named after Academician I.P. Pavlov".
Pshennikov A.S. PhD, an assistant of the angiology, vascular, operative surgery and topographic anatomy chair of SBEE HPE "Ryazan State Medical University named after Academician I.P. Pavlov".
Agapov A.B. A day-time post-graduate student of the angiology, vascular, operative surgery and topographic anatomy chair of SBEE HPE "Ryazan State Medical University named after Academician I.P. Pavlov".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.424   |  

L.M. CHERNUKHA1, V.A. KHODOS 2, M.O. ARTEMENKO 1

THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF SCLEROTHERAPY OF RETICULAR VEINS AND TELANGIECTASIAS

SE "National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology named after O.O. Shalimov", NAMS of Ukraine1
National Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education named after P.L. Shupik2, Kiev
Ukraine

Objectives. To study the incidence of adverse effects in sclerotherapy of reticular veins and telangiectasia and to identify ways to optimize the method.
Methods. During the period 2009-2014 yrs. 223 women with reticular veins and telangiectasia of the lower limbs were subjected to treatment. The microfoam sclerotherapy was used in combination with liquid sclerotherapy in the first group (n=117, 52,47%) patients; the single liquid sclerotherapy was applied in the second group 9 (n=106, 47,53%). To perform microsclerotherapy Polidocanol and Lauromacrogol (0,5%, 1%) were used.
Results. The treatment results of patients in both groups were evaluated in 3, 6, 12 and 18 months. 3 months after sclerotherapy, skin hyperpigmentation was observed in all patients in the first group and in 92 (86,8%) patients in the second group (p<0,001). After 6 months hyperpigmentation disappeared in 35 (29,9%) patients in the first group and in 72 (67,9%) patients (p<0,001) in the second group. After 12 months the number of patients without skin hyperpigmentation in the first group increased up to 75 (64,1%), in the second group up to 89 (83,9%) (p*<0,001). Skin hyperpigmentation in both groups in terms exceeding 12 months disappeared spontaneously up to 18 months. The number of patients with matting in the first group made up 32 (27,4%) compared with 14 (13,2%) in the second group. After 6 months the ratio was the same 25 (21,4%) compared with 12 (11,3%). After 12 months the spontaneous disappearance of matting was observed in both groups.
Conclusion. Microfoam application in combination with liquid sclerotherapy of reticular veins and telangiectasias is more economical than single liquid form, but is accompanied by significantly more side effects such as skin hyperpigmentation (p<0,001) and matting. The optimal technology of microsclerotherapy is considered to be a liquid sclerosant application in minimal concentrations.

Keywords: sclerotherapy, sclerosant, reticular veins, telangiectasia, microsclerotherapy, matting, skin hyperpigmentation
p. 424-428 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
04112, Ukraine, Kiev,
ul. Dorgozhitskaya, d. 9,
Natsionalnaya meditsinskaya akademiya
poslediplomnogo obrazovaniya im.P.L. Shupika,
kafedra khirurgii i
sosudistoy khirurgii,
tel. mob.: 38 050 469-56-15,
e-mail: vkhodos@ukr.net,
Khodos Valentin Andreevich
Information about the authors:
Chernukha L.M. MD, a leading researcher of the department of the main vessels surgery of SE "National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology named after O.O. Shalimov" of NAMS of Ukraine, Kiev.
Khodos V.A. MD, an assistant of surgery and vascular surgery chair of "National Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education named after P.L. Shupik", Kiev.
Artemenki M.O. PhD, a researcher of the department of the main vessels surgery of SE "National Institute of Surgery and Transplantology named after O.O. Shalimov" of NAMS of Ukraine, Kiev.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.429   |  

M.Y. GAIN, S.V. SHAKHRAI, Y.M. GAIN

HEMORRHOIDAL LASER COAGULATION AND MUCOPEXY IN THE SURGERY OF GRADE II AND III CHRONIC HEMORRHOIDS: A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

SEE "Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education"
The Republic of Belarus

Objectives. To evaluate the efficiency of hemorrhoidal laser coagulation and mucopexy in complex treatment of grade II and III chronic hemorrhoids by J. Goligher classification (1975).
Methods. The patients were divided into two groups according to the surgical intervention. In the 1st (main) (n=45) group the minimally invasive surgery subcutaneous-submucous hemorrhoidal laser coagulation and mucopexy with proximal suture artery ligation were performed. In 34 patients (75,6%) the procedure was performed under local anesthesia, in 11 patients (24,4%) under spinal anesthesia. In the control group (n=45) the closed Fergusons hemorrhoidectomy was carried out under spinal anesthesia. A comparative analysis of the results from a single-center, prospective, randomized, controlled study has been conducted.
Results. In comparability the final clinical effect and radicalism with the hemorrhoidal laser coagulation of the designed technique has surpassed the closed hemorrhoidectomy in the indices of the local edema duration (median terms of its disappearance in compared groups are 1 and 4,5 days, p=0,0000594, z=−4,01521 Mann-Whitney U Test), of pain syndrome intensity in 89,1% of patients after hemorrhoidectomy the observed pain relief associated with 1-2% promedolum injections, this was not necessary in the main group), the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the postoperative complications (frequency of early complications lack in compared groups made up 43 (95,6%) and 29 (64,4%), p=0,0018, long-term complications 43 (95,6%) and 31 (68,9%), p=0,0017, Chi-square), and also according to other indices have been established.
Conclusion. The designed method of subcutaneous-submucous laser coagulation with wavelength of 1,56 mn in combined with desertification hemorrhoids through suture ligation and mucopexy proven to be less invasive procedure used for treatment of grade II and III chronic hemorrhoids compared with closed hemorrhoidectomy.

Keywords: laser procedure, Fergusons hemorrhoidectomy, coagulation, mucopexy, hemorrhoids, postoperative complications, randomized, controlled trial
p. 429-435 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
220013, Republic of Belarus,
Minsk, ul. P. Brovki, d. 3, korp. 3,
GUO "Belorusskaya meditsinskaya akademiya
poslediplomnogo obrazovaniya",
kafedra neotlozhnoy khirurgii,
tel. mob.: 375 44 557-88-15,
e-mail: mishahain@tut.by,
Gain Mihail Yurevich
Information about the authors:
Gain M.Y. PhD, an assistant of the emergency surgery chair of SEE "Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
Shakhrai S.V. PhD, an associate professor of the emergency surgery chair of SEE "Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
Gain Y.M. MD, professor, Vice-rector on scientific work of SEE "Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".

TRAUMATOLOGY & ORTHOPEDICS

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.436   |  

V.A. KORYACHKIN 1, V.V. GERASKOV2, D.Y. KORSHUNOV 2

EVALUATION OF INFILTRATION ANESTHESIA SAFETY IN TOTAL KNEE JOINT ARTHROPLASTY

FSBE "P.P. Vreden Russian Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics", Saint-Petersburg 1,
FSBE "Federal Center of Traumatology, Orthopedics and Joint Replacement" of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Smolensk2,
The Russian Federation

Objectives. Evaluation of the local infiltration anesthesia safety in primary total knee joint arthroplasty.
Methods. The level of total and free plasma concentrations of ropivacaine following the local infiltration anesthesia in 26 patients aged 66,29,7 years undergoing total knee arthroplasty has been studied. Patients were subjected to knee tissue infiltration with 150 mg of 0,2% ropivacaine solution followed by intraarticular anesthetic infusion at a rate of 6-8 mL/h. Total and free plasma concentration of ropivacaine was measured at 30-min, and then 4-6 hours, and 24 hours intervals after the infusion onset.
Results. After 30 min the level of plasma total ropivacaine made up 0.6960,2 μg/ml, after 4-6 h 1,580,1 μg/ml and after 24 h. 1,0390,04 μg/ml. After 30 min the level of plasma free ropivacaine was 0,0490,02 μg/ml, after 4-6 h 0,0650,02 μg/ml, and after 24 h 0,0790,012 μg/ml. 4 hours after the intra-articular infusion of ropivacaine onset, transient dizziness, nausea and disturbance of vision were registered in two patients but they did not require any special treatment. It appears that at this moment total levels of plasma ropivacaine varied from 1,789 and 1,805 μg/ml, level of the free ropivacaine 0,078 μg/ml and 0,095 μg/ml, respectively. No specific therapy is required. An increase in total plasma ropivacaine concentrations in 4-6 hours after the infusion onset was caused by the reduction of the level of alpha-1-acid glycoprotein associated with the conducted infusion therapy and hemodilution.
Conclusion. The application of high-dose ropivacaine for the local infiltration anesthesia with further intra-articular infusion of the local anesthetic for pain relief is considered to be as a sufficiently safe method: the level of free plasma concentrations of ropivacaine does not reach statistical significance associated with clinical manifestations of local anesthetic toxicity.

Keywords: local infiltration analgesia, local anesthetics, concentration of free ropivacaine, concentration of ropivacaine in blood, toxicity of local anesthetics, total knee joint arthroplasty
p. 436-339 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
195427, g. Saint-Petersburg,
ul. Akademika Baykova, d. 8,
FGBU "RNIITO imeni P.P. Vredena"
Minzdrava Rossii, ,
nauchnoe otdelenie diagnostiki zabolevaniy
i povrezhdeniy oporno-dvigatelnoy sistemyi,
tel.: 79052111429,
e-mail: vakoryachkin@mail.ru,
Koryachkin Viktor Anatolevich
Information about the authors:
Koryachkin V.A. MD, professor, a head of the research department of diagnostics of diseases and traumas of the musculoskeletal system of FSBE "P.P. Vreden Russian Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics", Saint-Petersburg.
Geraskov E.V. An anesthetist-reanimatologist of the department of anesthesiology and resuscitation of FSBE "Federal Center of Traumatology, Orthopedics and Joint Replacement" of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Smolensk
Korshunov D.Y. A head of the traumatology and orthopedics department 1 of FSBE "Federal Center of Traumatology, Orthopedics and Joint Replacement" of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Smolensk

NEUROSURGERY

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.440   |  

K.M. KUBRAKOV 1, V.M. SEMENOV 1, I.A. KOVALEVA 2

BETA-LACTAMASE LIQUOR ACTIVITY IN ACINETOBACTER PURULENT MENINGOENCEPHALITIS

EE "Vitebsk State Medical University"1
ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital" 2
The Republic of Belarus

Objectives. To determine the role of Acinetobacter spp. in the development of purulent meningoencephalitis, to assess the level of beta-lactamase activity (BLA) of liquor and to analyze its clinical significance in neurosurgical patients.
Methods. Positive bacteriological liquor samples obtained from 52 patients with purulent meningoencephalitis of neurosurgery department of ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital" in 2010-2015 have been studied. Identification and sensitivity of microorganisms were performed by test systems (ATB Expression Microbiological Culture Analyzer). To assess the beta-lactamase activity (BLA) of liquor the test system "Biolactam" (LTD "Sivital", the Republic of Belarus) was applied.
Results. Gram-positive flora composed 38,60% (95% CI: 25,56-51,63) out of 57 isolated strains, gram-negative microorganisms 61.40% (95% CI: 48,37-74,44). Gram-positive flora was represented by native Staphylococcus 21,05%, (95% CI: 10,14-31,97) and the family Streptococcaseae 17,54% (95% CI: 7,36-27,73). The Gram-positive bacteria include A. baumannii 36,84% (95% CI: 23,93-49,76), P. aeruginosa 12.28% (95% CI: 3,49-21,07), K. pneumonia 10 53% (95% CI: 2,53-18,74) and Cirtobacter 1,75%.
The median of BLA of liquor (n=17) was equal to 41.82% (95% CI: 27,22-56,44); min 5,60%, max 78,29%. When A. baumannii (n=8), the value BLA of liquor was 43,01% (95% CI: 17,63%-68,49%). Pathogen was resistant to the third/fourth-generation cephalosporin and imipenem in 100% of cases; to meropenem and amikacin in 83% of cases, to ofloxacin and ciprofloxacin in 66%, to levofloxacin in 50%, to ampicillin/sulbactam in 0% of cases.
Conclusion. In the late postoperative period purulent meningoencephalitis is caused by gram-negative pathogens in 61,40% of cases. The common causative agent of purulent meningoencephalitis is considred to be A. baumannii (36,84%). The value BLA of liquor with A. baumannii (43,01%) is two folds higher than the threshold one (20%). This pathogen reveals high resistance to the third/fourth-generation cephalosporin, carbapenems and fluoroquinolones. High value of BLA of liquor is the guarantor of the pathogen resistance to antibacterial drugs.

Keywords: meningoencephalitis, neurosurgery, pathogen, antibiotics, resistance, beta-lactamase activity, Biolactam
p. 440-446 of the original issue
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Address for correspondence:
210023, Republic of Belarus,
g. Vitebsk, pr. Frunze, d. 27,
UO "Vitebskiy gosudarstvennyiy
meditsinskiy universitet",
kafedra nevrologii i neyrokhirurgii,
tel. office: 375 212 22-71-94,
e-mail: k-kubrakov@yandex.ru,
Kubrakov Konstantin Mihaylovich
Information about the authors:
Kubrakov K.M. PhD, an associate professor of the neurology and neurosurgery chair of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
Semenov V.M. MD, professor, a head of the infectious diseases chair of EE "Vitebsk State Medical University".
Kovaleva I.A. A doctor-intern of ME "Vitebsk Regional Clinical Hospital".

REVIEWS

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.447   |  

A.A. SMIRNOV, L.K. KULIKOV, U.A. PRIVALOV, V.F. SOBOTOVICH

RECURRENCE OF LOWER LIMB VARICOSE VEINS

SBEE DPE "Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education"
The Russian Federation

The article presents an overview of domestic and foreign literature on the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of recurrent varicose veins. Two current classification schemes to assess the recurrence of varicose veins of the lower limbs, depending on the primary surgery: REVAS and PREVAIT have been proposed. Moreover the incidence of recurrence of varicose veins after different methods of eliminating of primary disease has been analyzed. The literature review summarizes the views of a number of foreign authors concerning the definition of the concept of "recurrence of varicose veins of the lower extremities". The conventional concepts and current hypotheses concerning the causes of this complication are presented. The significance of ultrasound duplex angioscanning leg veins as the best diagnostic method to identify accurately the main pathological and hemodynamic causes of disease recurrence has been highlighted. The feature of both classical and current correction methods of recurrent lower limb varicose veins is given in the review. The using of the combination of various non-surgical treatment techniques depending on the definite clinical situation allows increasing the modern high quality medical aid provided to such severe patients is demonstrated.

Keywords: lower limb varicose veins, recurrence, operation, foam sclerotherapy, laser obliteration, radiofrequency obliteration, miniphlebectomy
p. 447-451 of the original issue
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Smirnov Aleksey Anatolevich
Information about the authors:
Smirnov A.A. PhD, an assistant of the surgery chair of SBEE DPE "Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
Kulikov L.K. MD, professor of the surgery chair of SBEE DPE "Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
Privalov U.A. MD, an associate professor of the surgery chair of SBEE DPE "Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
Sobotovich V.F. PhD, an associate professor of the surgery chair of SBEE DPE "Irkutsk State Medical Academy of Post-graduate Education".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.452   |  

Y.G. SHAPKIN, P.A. SELIVERSTOV

STRATEGY FOR SURGICAL TREATMENT OF POLYTRAUMA WITH UNSTABLE PELVIC INJURIES

SBEE HPE "Saratov State Medical University Named after V.I. Razumovsky"
The Russian Federation

A review of the scientific literature identified the main factors influencing the choice of therapeutical strategy in polytrauma with unstable pelvic injuries; the options for surgical treatment as well as the advantages and disadvantages of current methods of continuous intrapelvic hemorrhage stopping, external and internal fixation of the pelvis injuries in polytrauma are also presented.
The high incidence of development of shock, massive interstitial hemorrhage, endogenous intoxication syndrome, hypostatic complications, the importance of an anatomically accurate reconstruction of the pelvic ring for functional outcome require special treatment tactics in polytrauma with pelvic injuries. Fixation of unstable pelvic ring injuries with a fixator and continuous intrapelvic hemorrhage stopping using angiographic arterial embolization, extraperitoneal tamponade in polytrauma proven to be some anti-shock urgent measures. Early surgical fixation of unstable pelvic injuries in polytrauma can prevent the development of endogenous intoxication syndrome, disseminated intravascular coagulation, multiple organ failure, to reduce the frequency of hypostatic complications, mortality rate and to improve functional outcomes. Terms and extent of surgical interventions for pelvic injuries in polytrauma are based on the severity of the patients condition, the period of traumatic disease. In patients in critical condition the staged surgical treatment of unstable pelvic injuries with temporary external fixation devices and the subsequent final stabilization of the internal fixator correspond to the concept of "Damage Control" and this allows obtaining maximum benefit from both techniques. Treatment of acetabulum fractures and damages in the structural integrity of the pelvic ring should comply with the treatment principles of intra-articular fractures and requires accurate anatomical reposition and pelvic stability.

Keywords: treatment strategy, polytrauma, unstable pelvic injuries, treatment of intra-articular fractures, hypostatic complications, external fixation, internal fixation
p. 452-459 of the original issue
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Saratov, ul. Chernyishevskogo, d. 141,
GBOU VPO "Saratovskiy gosudarstvennyiy
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Shapkin Y.G. MD, professor, a head of the general surgery chair, SBEE HPE "Saratov State Medical University named after V.I. Razumovsky".
Seliverstov P.A. PhD, an assistant of the general surgery chair, SBEE HPE "Saratov State Medical University named after V.I. Razumovsky".
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.460   |  

T.K. VOLKOVICH

OCULAR SURFACE SQUAMOUS NEOPLASIA

SEE "Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education", Minsk
The Republic of Belarus

The article presents a scientific literature review devoted to studying the features of epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN). In different countries morbidity rate varies significantly from 0,03 to 3,5 cases per 100 000 population. The most important and studied causes of ocular surface neoplasia development are considered to be solar insolation, human papilloma virus, human immunodeficiency virus.
Variability of the clinical picture requires the proper differential diagnostics, since OSSN often masks as degenerative diseases of the conjunctiva (pinguecula, pterygium), vascularized corneal opacity, and can also manifest itself as melanoma or nevus.
Difficulties in the differential diagnostics based on clinical examination data necessitate the usage of high-tech research methods (optical coherence tomography of the ocular anterior segment) and the obligatory morphological diagnostics (cytological and histological diagnosis). Treatment of OSSN includes various medical and surgical approaches, more often their combination surgical removal of tumors or usage of cytostatics or the medication interferon without taking into consideration the etiology. The high recurrence rate of OSSN is still remained 10-56% of cases depending on the growth type, volume of surgery and duration of postoperative care of patients.
It is relevant to further studying the etiology and pathogenesis of ocular surface squamous neoplasia, as well as the development of integrated approaches in diagnosis and treatment taking into account the etiology of disease.

Keywords: cornea, conjunctiva, ocular surface, squamous neoplasia, neoplasm, morbidity rate, etiology of the disease
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CASE REPORTS

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18484/2305-0047.2015.4.467   |  

B.N. KOTIV1, I.I. DZIDZAVA1, A.O. BREDNEV1, E.E. FUFAEV1, V.L. BELEVICH1, V.I. EGOROV2, I.V. DEYNEGA2

MINIMALLY INVASIVE METHODS IN TREATMENT OF SPONTANEOUS ESOPHAGEAL RUPTURE

FSBMEE HPE "Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov" of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation 1,
FBME "Pokrovskaya City Hospital "2,
Saint-Petersburg,
The Russian Federation

Objectives. To demonstrate the possibilities of minimally invasive surgical approach in the treatment of esophageal rupture Boerhaave syndrome.
A clinical case of a patient treatment (48 yrs old) with spontaneous rupture of the esophagus, bilateral esophageal-pleural fistula, bilateral pleural empyema. The patient admitted to the hospital in 2 weeks of disease onset. At the early stages of the treatment the closure of the esophagus was not performed. The patients condition was heavy due to respiratory failure, and characterized by hemodynamic instability and endogenous intoxication.
In Fibroesophagogastroduodenoscopy two linear ruptures in the lower third of the esophagus were identified: the 1st rupture (a length 25 mm) on the left lateral esophageal wall, the 2nd on the right wall (a length ≈5 mm).
In an X-ray contrast study of the esophagus and spiral computed tomography of the chest a rupture of the lower third of the esophagus with the transport of the contrast medium in both pleural cavities and the left-sided hydropneumothorax have been observed. Due to the continuing significant contributions of discharge with an admixture of gastric contents along the pleural drains the stenting of lower third of esophagus by self-expanding nitinol coated stents has been performed.
Analysis of the radiography dynamics showed no leakage of contrast medium. A week later a distal shift of the stent was observed so that the stent was extracted. According to the results of the control endoscopy the mucosal defect on the right wall of the esophagus was healed, on the left wall the size of fistula reduced to 12 mm. To reduce the diameter of the rupture and reflux of the esophageal-gastric contents into the left pleural cavity, the endoclips were applied on the edge of the mucosa in the area of defect. On the 26th days after clipping an esophago-pleural fistula was completely obliterated and the mucosal rupture epithelizied. The drainage from the left pleural cavity was removed; the patient was discharged in a satisfactory condition.

Keywords: esophageal diseases, surgery, esophageal perforation, esophagoscopy, mortality, mediastinal diseases, spontaneous rupture
p. 467-473 of the original issue
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Dzidzava I.I. MD, a head of the hospital surgery chair of FSBMEE "Military Medical Academy named after S.M.Kirov", the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Colonel of medical service.
Brednev A.O. An adjunct of the hospital surgery chair of FSBMEE "Military Medical Academy named after S.M.Kirov", the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Captain of medical service.
Fufaev E.E. PhD, an applicant for Doctors degree of the hospital surgery chair of FSBMEE "Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov", the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Lieutenant colonel of medical service.
Belevich V.L. PhD, a senior lecturer of the hospital surgery chair of FSBMEE "Military Medical Academy named after S.M. Kirov", the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Colonel of medical service.
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