alexa Abstract | Study of Fast Track Surgery in Patients with Biliary Intestinal Anastomosis in China
[Jurnalul de Chirurgie]
ISSN: 1584-9341

Journal of Surgery
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Abstract

Objective: To investigate the feasibility. Safety and economical aspects of fast-track surgery (FTS) in patients with biliary intestinal anastomosis application security, effectiveness and its advantages.

Methods: 31 patients were randomly divided into FTS group (n=16) and the control group (n=15). Control group using conventional perioperative treatment, guided by the idea of FTS group use the FTS perioperative measures, analysis and comparison of postoperative day 1 bad psychological emotions, exhaust and defecation time, postoperative hospitalization days and the hospitalization expenses and so on. Postoperative complications and adverse reactions in the groups.

Results: Compared with the photographic, FTS group exhaust and defecation time in advance, and shorten hospitalization time, hospitalization expenses reduced (P<0.05), complications and adverse reaction is similar between the two groups has no statistical significance (P>0.05).

Conclusion: Fast- track surgery in patients with biliary intestinal anastomosis, with a safe, effective, economic and other characteristic, can accelerate the rehabilitation of patients.

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Author(s): Hou Peng, Liu Dao-Ling, Rong Feng-Wei, Chen Song-Lin and Zhou Li-Ming

Keywords

Biliary, Gastrointestinal, Nutrition, Outcomes, Surgery

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