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Zhonghua Wai Ke Za Zhi. 2012 Dec;50(12):1068-71.

[Early diagnosis and treatment of acute mesentric ischemia for 42 cases in single center].

[Article in Chinese]

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Department of General Surgery, Tianjin Union Medical Center, Tianjin, China.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE:

To investigate the early diagnosis and treatment of acute mesenteric ischemia.

METHODS:

Forty-two patients with acute mesenteric ischemia from June 2007 to November 2011 were reviewed retrospectively. All patients were diagnosed with DSA and (or) CT and (or) surgery. In this group, there were 32 cases of acute occlusion of meseteric ischemia (AOMI), 9 cases of superior mesenteric venous thrombosis (SMVT) and 1 case of non-occlusive mesenteric ischemia. The patients were treated using comprehensive treatment including early intervention treatment and application of the principle of damage control. The survival of all patients was followed up for 6 months or more in outpatient.

RESULTS:

(1) Of the 32 AOMI cases, 4 cases healing by systemic anticoagulation; The 19 cases received interventional treatment, including 10 cases received simply interventional treatment, surgery after the failure of intervention in 5 cases, 3 patients died without surgery and postoperative interventional treatment one cases were cured; Eight cases received surgery treatment; One case gave up. (2) Of the 9 SMVT cases, 2 cases healing by systemic anticoagulation; The 6 cases received interventional treatment, including 1 cases received simply interventional treatment, surgery after the failure of intervention in 1 cases, 4 cases to consider intestinal necrosis received interventional treatment again after surgery; One patient died without treatment. (3) Eight cases received delay abdomen close treatment with the principle of damage control surgery. The overall mortality rate of 23.8% (10/42). Interventional treatment of 26 cases, 4 deaths, a mortality rate of 15.3%; The abdomen delayed close of 8 cases, 1 death.

CONCLUSIONS:

The results show that early diagnosis and treatment is critical to reduce AMI mortality. Comprehensive treatment of early intervention treatment and application of the principle of damage control can significantly reduce the mortality of AMI.

PMID:
23336481
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