Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Tsareva Yu.O.

Saratov State Medical University n.a. VI. Razumovsky, Student

Amputation of extremity in patients with atherosclerotic gangrene

Year: 2011, volume 7 Issue: №4 Pages: 947-953
Heading: Surgery Article type: Original article
Authors: Tsarev О.A., Prokin F.G., Zaharov N.N., Voloshuk I.N., Shinde S., Tsareva Yu.O., Imangulov A.M., Mingan T.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University
Summary:

Aim of investigation — to analyze the results of treatment of patients with atherosclerotic gangrene of a limb, to identify the causes of adverse outcomes amputation. Materials and methods: We analyzed the results of examination and treatment of 218 patients with atherosclerotic gangrene of the limb. Good outcome of amputation was considered the primary surgical wound healing of the stump. Suppuration, secondary healing, re-amputation and death we attributed to the adverse results of amputation. Results: The adverse outcomes of amputation due to technical errors in surgery, properly chosen level, inadequate drainage of the wound stump, an unsuccessful operation on the arteries of a limb, inadequate empirical antibiotic therapy, patient's age, functional capabilities of myocardium, the duration of critical ischemia, as well as the lack of psychological adaptation of patients before amputation. Conclusion: To decide the need for amputation in patients with atherosclerotic gangrene follows the assessment of possible vascular reconstructive surgery. In determining the level of amputation is necessary to objectively assess the degree of disruption of regional blood flow using multilevel manometry and laser Dopplerflowmetry. In preparation for amputation should be paid special attention to the correction of rheological and coagulation properties of blood, normalization of the functional state of the myocardium, as well as specialized psychotherapeutic training for timely and adequate psychological adaptation of the patient

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