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The Closure Non Closure of the Parietal Peritoneum in the Caeserean Section

Nejla Gultekin*

Department of Obstetric and Gynecology, Mersin Sehir hospital, Turkey

*Corresponding Author:
Dr. Nejla Gultekin
Specialist in Obstetric and Gynecology,
Department of Obstetric and Gynecology Mersin Sehir Hospital
Eğricam mah, Argün marina sitesi, B blok kat: 11, diare:21
yenişehir/ mersin, Turkey
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E-mail: [email protected]

Received date: May 08, 2017; Accepted date: May 26, 2017; Published date: June 01, 2017

Citation: Gultekin N (2017) The Closure Non Closure of the Parietal Peritoneum in the Caeserean Section. Gynecol Obstet (Sunnyvale) 7:439. doi: 10.4172/2161-0932.1000439

Copyright: © 2017 Gultekin N. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Abstract

Background: Was the operation time of the second caesarean section affected from the technics of the operation in the first caesarean section. Objectives: We estimated that the operation time in the second caesarean section would be more longer by non-closing of the parietal peritoneum than the closure. Firstly, the non-closure of the parietal peritoneum was seemed to gain time during the first caesarean section. However we compared the operation time of the second caesarean section of non-closure and closure. Study design: This was a retrospective study. The study had two groups of the second caesarean sections of patients who had closure and non- closure of parietal peritoneum in the first caesarean section. The closure of pariatel peritoneum was control group with 1308 patients and the non-closure of any peritoneum was case group with 740 patients. In the both groups, the operation time and the amount of the adhesions of the omentum to the scarpa fascia were compared. Result: The nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum may gain time during the first operation but the nonclosure will casues the more adhesions of omentum to the scarpa fascia and the time of the second repeated caesarean will be longer. For this reason , the recover in second operation will be late in non- closure patients. Conclusion: This study was very important experiment about operation tehcniques with doing the second operation to the same patients. This study should be done in multiple centers with more number of patients in the World.

Keyword

Closure; Non-closure; Peritoneum; Caesarean section

The Comparing of the Operation Time of Second Caesarean Section with the Closure or Non-Closure of Parietal Peritoneum in the First Caesarean Section; Result in Omental Adhesions to the Scarpa Fascia?

The wellbeing of the baby and mother is cornerstone of the obstetric. The delivery was perfomed with vaginal birth for many years. By increasing use of antibiotics and operations numbers, the mortality and morbidity of baby and mothers had got importance after vaginal deliveries. The surgeons choosed the caesarean sections (C/S) than any normal vaginal deliveries to decrease the fetal and mother death rates. Nowadays, the rising in caesarean section numbers that are unneccesary is a major problem in the global world. Many countries try to use different procedures to increase the vaginal birth. All policies, for the encouraging patients and doctors for the vaginal deliveries are not enough to decrease the numbers of unneccesary caeserean sections in the world. In 2008, 3.18 million additional caesarean section were needed and 6.20 million unneccesary caesarean section were done [1- 3]. On the other hand, the cost of global excess caesarean section was estimated to be 2.32 billion US dolars with the cost of global needed caesarean section about 432 million US dolars [1]. Although the aim of caesarean section is the decreasing of newborn and mother and morbidity rates, the complications of the caesarean section can be result in disability or death of the baby and mother [3-5]. Since 1985, a C-section rate of 10-15 % has been deemed optimum by international health-care community [6]. When C-section rates rise towards 10% across a population, maternal and newborn deaths decrease; when they are higher than 15% , there is no evidence of reduced morbidity [6]. Even though, the C- section rates rise up 70% in some countries, the standard evidence-based quidelines are not established [3,2]. The C-section can be repeated operations for same women. For this reason,the postoperative complications of C- section are important for woman’s life. A C-section is one of the most frequently perfomed major surgical procedure in the worldwide, accounting for anything up to 70% of deliveries [2]. In 1989, general rate of C/S was around 5% to 20% of all deliveries [7]. In addition to higher C-section rates, there are many possible ways of performing a C-section and operative technique [2]. All surgeon generally use their own or their preference operator procedures. But there is huge conflict about the C-section techniques. The point is that repeated C-section operations and no cut off number in one patient. So that, a women can have more than one C-section in their life that means steadily increased risk of complications and disabilities of operations.

In gynecologic operations, the closing of the peritoneum is a standard procedure [2] but it is not in a C-section operation because the closing of peritoneum has some disadvantages in repeatetion of operations. The peritoneum is a thin membrane made of primitive cells called mesothelium and supported by a thin layer of connective tissue [2]. It covers abdominal and pelvic cavity that is called parietal peritoneum and covers external surface of internal organs which is termed visceral peritoneum [2]. During the C-section both layers of peritoneum is incised and the question on that point is both layers should be closed or not. The cited reasons for closure of peritoneum include restoration of anatomy and reapproximation of tissue, reduction of infection by reestablishing an anatomical barrier, reduction of wound dehiscence, reducing hemorrhage, minimisation of adhesions and continuation of what was thought as standard . For this reason, the closure of peritoneum in all C-section operations is seem to be reasonable. However the experiments in vivo using dogs [8] and rats [9] have shown no difference in wound strength whetter the peritoneum was closed or not and have sugested that peritoneal adhesions may be more extensive when the peritoneum is closed, presumably as a result of foreign body reaction from the suture materials [2]. The suture may cause peritoneal tissue ischemia at the edge which may delay healing and serve as a cause of intraperitoneal adhesions and febrile morbidity [2]. In addition, randomized controlled trials in general surgery of peritoneal closure or non closure with vertical abdominal incisions [10,2] had shown no significant short-term difference in postoperative complications or pain scores. In operative gynecology, controlled trials of peritoneal non-closure in vaginal hysterectomy [11] abdominal and radical hysterectomy and lymphadenectomy [12] had demonstrated no difference or an improvement in short -term postoperative morbidity if peritoneum was not closed. In the former study [12] where peritoneal nonclosure was compared with closure during lymphadenectomy for ovarian cancer, peritoneal non closure reduced adhesion formation. In contrast to the closure of peritoneum, the non-closure of peritoneum showed better short term effects on postoperative care in a new experiment [13]. In addition, the closure of both parietal and visceral peritoneum had disadvantages on vital signs that were deciling in duiresis, increasing in risk of hypertension [14]. All researches showed the good evidence about non-closure of peritoneum in C-section. Howerver in 2015, one experiment figured out the much more adhesions in non-closure of peritoneum than the closure [15].

In most experiments, about closure and non closure of peritoneum, observed the short-term and long-term advantages and disadvantages. In our research, we try to gather information about what is going on in the second C-section with the non closure of parietal peritoneum by comparing with closure of parietal peritoneum. In experiments, the non-closure of peritoneum is seemed to be time saving and cost saving and have have no any adhesions to cause infertility. However, our point in this experiment is the observing of the affect of nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum in second C-section . We expecting the nonclosure of parietal peritoneum will cause adhesions but it will not affect the fertility but those adhesions may cause prolonged operation time, recovery, rising of the postopertive pain in the second C-section.

Including criteria

We have including criteria to measure the operation time directly;

Age between 20-40 years old

Body mass index more than 19

No any intraabdominal operations including C-sections.

No IVF or ovulation induction treatments

No preterm vaginal delivery, premature rupture of membrane, placenta previa, hypertension or gestational diabetus in the pregnancy

No malpresentation of the fetus

No oligohydromnios or polyhydromnios of the fetus

No fetal or uterine anomalies.

No preeclampsia or eclampsia

All case and control groups were done under spinal anesthesia (no epidural and general anesthesia)

Excluding criteria

We had some excluding criteria that will effect the operation time;

The age below 20 and more than 40 years old.

The previous intraabdominal operations

Reccurrent C-section operations

IVF or ovulation induction treatments

The C- section in the preterm, premature rupture of membrane, placenta previa, plasenta acreate, increate or percreate

The hypertension or gestational diabetus in the pregnancy

The Malpresentation of the fetus

The oligohydromnios or polyhydromnios of the fetus

The presence of the fetal or uterine anomalies

The presence of the preeclampsia or eclampsia

Objectives

In our experiment , we retrospectively grouped the C/S operations into two group as a case and control group. In the control group, 1308 patients had primary C/S with the closure of parietal peritoneum and undergo second C/S by observing the adhesion of omentum to scarpa fascia. On the other hand, 740 patients were taken primary C/S with nonclosure of peritoneum and their second C/S were done to see adhesions of omentum to the scarpa fascia in the case group. The indications of primary C/S were elective, fetal distress, cephalopelvic disproportion, the arrest in the active or latent phase.

The major aim was comparing the operation time in the second C/S of the case and the control group by affect of omental adhesions to scarpa fascia.

Methods

In this study, we done first C-section by closing or non-closure of the parietal peritoneum and than we measure the operation time and observed the adhesions of the omentum to the scarpa fascia in the second C-section.

We had 1308 patients (pts) in the control group and 740 patients in the case group. The case group was subdivided into two groups as group B1 that had adhesions of the omentum to the scarpa facsia in one space and the adhesions in multiple space. We had 378 patients in the group B1 and 362 patients in group B2.

In the control group ( the closure of parietal peritoneum ) there was no any omental adhesion to the scarpa fascia. In the case group ( the nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum) there was adhesions of the omentum on the scarpa fascia. In all groups we gathered the operation time in the second C/S. We also grouped the omental adhesions according to body mass index and we compare the operation time in both normal and higher body mass index. In control group, the operation time of second C/S who have bady mass index 20-25 was between 10 minute (m) 40 second( s)- 13 m 25 s, the body mass index more than 25 was 12m 24 s-15 m 30 s. In case group, group B1 that is the adhesion of omentum to scarpa fascia on one point, the operation time was 15 m 32 s-18 m 02 s, in group B2 which was the adhesions are in multiple amount on scarpa fascia, the time was 25 m 30 s-27 m 34s.On the other aspect, the opertion time of case group in the second C/S was 15 m 32 s-17 m 13 s in group B1, 25 m 30 s-26 m in group B2 in the body mass index between 20-25, the operation time was around 17 m 54 s-18 m 2 s in the goup B1 and 26 m 1 s-27 m 34 s in group B2 In the body mass index more than 25.

Statistical Analysis

In our research, we analysed the data with SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) by using Windows 22.0 program. During evaluation istatistical methods were used as numbers, percents, mean or standard devition. The relation between variable analized with ki-kare.

The comparing of two variable groups was done by t-test, more than two variable with one way Anova test. After Anova test, Scheff test as post-hoc was used for determining of differences.

For independent variable pearson corolation was done. The confidential interval was 95%.

Result

The operation time is important for the recovery, short hospitalization and better managment of the pain. The postoperative pain is other subject that is effected with the tecnique of the operation. In our experiment, we tried to figure out the operation time of second C-section after the closure or non-closure of the parietal peritoneum in the first caeserean section to find the statistical importance on recovery, hospitalization and pain. Our experiment was retrospective case-control study. Firstly, we showed the distribution of features of groups in Table 1. Totaly we have 2048 patients, 63.9% in the control group and 18.5% in case B1 and 17.7% in case B2. In all group, the clasification by BMI was done and 52.1% of patients had BMI 25 and below, 47.9% of patients had BMI more than 25.

Table Groups Frequency(n) percentage (%)
Group Control 1308 63.9
Case B1 378 18.5
Case B2 362 17.7
Total 2048 100.0
BMI Grup 25 and below 1066 52.1
More than 25 982 47.9
Total 2048 100.0

Table 1: The Distribution of the features of groups.

The division of the case and control groups by their BMI showed in the. The BMI 25 and below was 56% in the control group, 72% in the case B1 group and 17% in the case table 2B2 group. The BMI above the 25 was 44% in the control group, 28% in the case B1 group and 82.9% in the case B2 group.

When we compare the case group and control group about BMI (Table 2) there is positive relation with BMI and the adhesion of omentum to the scarpa fasia (X2=244.947; p=0.000<0.05). The control group of BMI 25 and below was 732 (56%) patients , BMI above 25 was 576 (44%).In the case group of B1 which was 25 and below consisted of 272 (72%) patienst and 106 (28%) patients above 25. In th case group B2, the number of patients who had body mass index 25 and below was 62 (17%) and 300 (82.9%) above the more than 25 BMI.In this table, we understood that the adhesions of omentum to scarpa fascia in the nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum was in higher amount in the BMI above 25.

  Control Case B1 Case B2 p
n % n % n %
BMI 25 and below 732 56.0% 272 72.0% 62 17.1% X2=244.947
p=0.000
Above  25 576 44.0% 106 28.0% 300 82.9%

Table 2: BMI of groups.

The age group and BMI comparing of control and case group showed the statistical importance (Table 3). This is one way (Anova ) test ( F=53.471; p=0<0.05). The higher BMI was seen in the case B2 group that had more adhesion of the omentum than others. In addition, the age was higher also in case B2 but it was not higher than control group in case B1 group as in BMI. The origin of the differences was determined by post-hoc analysis. In the case B2, the age was higher (32.140 ± 3.050) than the control group’s age (30.370 ± 4.357). Besides, the age of control group (30.370 ± 4.357) higher than the case b1 (29.280 ± 2.030). The case B2 age (26.870 ± 1.869) higher than the control (25.840 ± 1.810). The BMI of the control group (25.840 ± 1.810) was higher than the BMI of case B1 (25.200 ± 0.871). The BMI of case B2 (26.870 ± 1.869) was higher than the BMI of the case B1 (25.200 ± 0.871). The differences between the groups, BMI was higher in the more adhesions. On the other hand, the comparing of BMI and age in groups showed that the mean age was 30 ages in the control group and 29 ages in case B1 and the 32 ages in the B2. That means our experimental groups were almost at the same ages. In the nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum, the adhesions would like to be in the older and more fat women.

Groups Control Case B1 Case B2 F p diff
Mean ± Ss Mean ± Ss Mean ± Ss
Age 30.370 ± 4.357 29.280 ± 2.030 32.140 ± 3.050 53.471 0.000 3>1
1>2
3>2
BMI 25.840 ± 1.810 25.200 ± 0.871 26.870 ± 1.869 92.866 0.000 3>1
1>2
3>2

Table 3: The comparing of groups by BMI and age.

In our experiment, the mean operation time were compared in all groups and the one way (ANOVA) analysis was used. The mean operation time differences was statistical important between groups (F=20535.041; p=0<0.05). The origin of the differences in groups was determined with post-hoc analysis. The mean operation time of case B1(1002.840 ± 42.727), was higher than the mean operation time of the control group (759.480 ± 78.114). The mean operation time of the case B2 (1586.410 ± 54.028) was higher than the control group (759.480 ± 78.114). The mean operation time of the case B2 (1586.410 ± 54.028) was higher than the case B1 (1002.840 ± 42.727). This experiment was designed to measure the operation time in closure and nonclosure of parietal peritoneum. This table showed that, the operation time was directly related with the adhesions (Table 4). More adhesions means that more operation time because of disection of adhesions caused the loss of the time. If the parietal peritoneum is not closure during the first C-section, the time of second C-section was longer than the closure of the parietal peritoneum. In addititon, if the adhesion of omentum was in multiple areas the time of operation was most longest (Figure 1).

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Figure 1: The comparision of operation time with the groups in the bar-chart.

Groups Control Case B1 Case B2 F p diff
Mean ± Ss Mean ± Ss Mean ± Ss
Operation time 759.480 ± 78.114 1002.840 ± 42.727 1586.410 ± 54.028 20535.041 0.000 CaseB1>Control
CaseB2>Control
CaseB2>CaseB1

Table 4: Mean operation time in groups.

In the control group, the operation time and BMI had positive relationship moderately (r=0.583; p=0.000<0.05) and the operation time and age had positive relationship slightly(r=0.428; p=0.000<0.05).

In the case B1 group; the operation time and BMI had minimal relationship positively (r=0.132; p=0.010<0.05). However, there was no any relation between the operation time and age (p>0.05).

In the case B2 group; the operation time and BMI had no any statistical importance (p>0.05). The operation time and age had no statistical importance (p>0.05). The comparision of the operation time with age and BMI was statistically important only in control group so that the closure of the parietal peritoneum in the first C-section prevent the adhesion of the omentum to the scarpa fascia and it makes short operation time in the second C- section in the BMI 25 and below (Table 5). At the end of this study, we figured out the time of hospitalization, recovery rate and the postoperative pain was not changed in the control and case group.

    Bmi Age
Control Group Operation Time r 0.583** 0.428**
p 0.000 0.000
Case B1 Group Operation Time r 0.132* 0.090
p 0.010 0.081
Case B2 Group Operation Time r -0.031 0.059
p 0.554 0.266

Table 5: The Comparision of Operation time With BMI and Age in Control and Case groups.

Discussion

The closure of peritoneum is all the time discussed between the surgeons. There are many studies about the techniques of C-section and gynecological operation, the effect of the closure or non-closure of the peritoneum on vital signs [12], hospitalization, recovery rate, pain and postoperative infection [2,10,12]. All those studies have almost the same result that the closure of peritoneum causes the more morbidity than the non-closure [5,7,9]. Our study is a powerfull study as a performing of first and second C-section with the same surgeon and it shows the advantages and disadvantages of the two different C-secion techniques by opening of the same patients with the same surgeon. Our study is not focused on the short-term or long-term advantages or disadvantages of closure or non-closure as other studies [5,9,12,13], we try to pay attention to repetition of operation and the effect of closure or non-closure on repeated operations. We do not demonstrate the any differences in recovery, hospitalization, postoperative infection or pain between case and control groups. On the other hand we do not design our study for comparing of those parameters and we want to see that what is going on intraabdominaly with closure or non-closure.

Because of relation between the operation time and adhesion of omentum to scarpa fascia, the nonclosure of the peritoneum may gain time during the operation but the nonclosure will casues the adhesions of omentum to the scarpa fascia and the time of second C-section will be longer than the normal cases. So that we don’t recoment to choose the nonclosure of the parietal peritoneum in the first C-sections.

Conclusion

As a result, we don’t recomend the nonclosure of parietal peritoneum in the first C-section. The nonclosure may be performed in the last C-section. This study is a retrospective study. For this reason the result my affected from the biasis. This study should be done in multicenter prospectively.

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