2)The total one year survival rate was 26.8% (15/56), while the 1-year survival rates of packing, suture, hepatic artery ligation,hepatic artery chemo-embolization and hepatic resection were 0% (0/6), 15.4% (2/13), 12.5% (1/8), 22.2%(4/18) and 72.7% (8/11) respectively.
The hemostatic rates of packing, suture, ligation of hepatic artery, hepatic artery chemo-embolization and hepatic resection were 66.7% (4/6), 84.6%(11/13), 100% (8/8), 94.6% (17/18) and 100% (11/11) respectively.
Methods The gasless laparoscopic devices (GLD) were applied to 124 cases of laparoscopic choledocholithotomy with T-tube drainage, 56 cases of laparoscopic choledocholithotomy with primary bile duct suture, 1 case of laparoscopic choledochocystectomy hepaticojejunostomy, 15 cases of modified gasless laparoscopic choledochojejunostomy, 1 case of hand-assisted laparoscopic megalosplenic resection and portozygos disconnection, and 1 case of gasless device assisted laparoscopic splenectomy.
21 underwent simple suture closure of the perforation, among whom, 4 died (19.1%), 8 had hematemesis and melanorragia (38.1%), 3 reperforation (1.4%) after operation; mean survival period was 5 months.
Methods During the past 4 years operations were done in 1 673 cases of trauma in the Emergency Department. The operations included 259 cases of exploratory craniotomy, 55 thoracotomy, 205 laparotomy, 768 open reduction and internal fixation for fractures of the long bone, the spine or the pelvis, 242 anastomoses of vessels, nerves and tendons, 141 debridement or suturation because of neck or soft tissue injuries and 3 operation on spinal or pelvic injuries.
Methods Two hundred and fifty-two primiparas, who had over 37 gestation weeks and were going to receive vaginal delivery, were divided into an experimental group (n=130) and a control group (n=122). In the experimental group the 30° perineum incision and intradermic suturation with Vicryl threads were used, while in the control group, the 45° incision and suturing with chord chirurg and suture silk were used.
The aim of this study was to investigate the protective effect of exogenous bcl-2 on spinal cord motoneurons following sciatic nerve axotomy. After epineurium suturing, sense bcl-2 (Ad/s-bcl-2), antisense bcl-2 (Ad/as-bcl-2), or reporter gene lacZ(Ad/lacZ) recombinant adenovirus or NS was injected into the sciatic nerve 0.5 cm distant from the sutured point respectively in different groups.
Methods:From April 2000 to June 2004, 135 cases with complex anal fistula were analyzed respectively who were treated by incision and thread drawing, incision-suture of internal opening plus drainage, fistulectomy and primary suture, fistulotomy.
Conclusion Tunnel fistulectomy and primary suture can keep effectively on the function of anal sphincter after operation. And it has less pain and fast wound healing etc for the treatment of high anal fistula.
Methods One hunderd and ninety-four cases of anal fistula were divided into 3 groups in a randomized control study:the fistulectomy with tunnel resectional therapy and primary suture group(Group TRFS),the fistulectomy and primary suture group (Group FS) and the fistulectomy group(Group F).
The tracheal defect was repaired by primary suture with reinforcement of the pedicled intercostal muscle flap and esophageal exclusion and diversion with drainage was performed because of severe mediastinitis.
The site of esophageal rupture was always closed with a primary suture and substantial irrigation and drainage were performed.
During this operation, a 3-cm-long lesion was made in the posterior wall of the esophagus, which was treated 24 h later with a primary suture.
The primary suture in technique failed more than half of the cases; therefore, the closure method needs to be changed and improved, particularly with regard to a possibly underlying defect in collagen metabolism.
Bacteriology and complications of chronic pilonidal sinus treated with excision and primary suture