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Study of Umbilical Hernia in the Patients of Andrapradesh


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1 Department of General Surgery, Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, Nimra Nagar Jupudi(v), Ibrabimpatnam, Krishna (Dist) Andhrapradesh, India
     

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63 adult patients (40 males and 23 females) aged between 30 to 70 years of umbilical hernia were studied. 13(20.6%) were alcoholic, 10(15.8%) were HTN, 7(11.1%) were smokers, 9(14.2%) had coronary artery diseases, 11(17.4%) were DM, 8(12.6%) were DM, 8(12.6%) were obese, 5(7.9%) were tobacco chewers, the clinical manifestation was 17(26.9%) had severe pain, 16(25.3%) had abdominal distention, 20(31.7%) had swelling, 8(12.6%) had irreducible hernia, 2(3.1%) had vomiting. Blood investigation study included sodium in 45mm/dl (66.6%) patients had 134-136, mg/dl, 21(33.3%) had 137-138. mm.In serum albumin study-39 (61.9%) mg/dl patients had 3.2 to 5.1 mmand 24(38%) had 6.1 to 7 mg In serum creatinine study 44(69.8%) patients had 1.2 to 1.3 mg/α and 19(30.1%) had 104 to 1.5 mg/dlin serum Bilirubin study 48(76.1%) patients had 1.8 to 1.9 mg/dl and 15 (23.8%) had 2.2 to 2.4 mg/dl In WBC count study 43(68.2%) patients had 6.2 to 6.9 20(31.7%) had 7.1 to 9.2 In platelet count study 44(69.8%) patients had 145.7 to 149, and 19(30%) had 150 to 160 the percentage of post operative infection were 11(17.4%) had wound infections in anatomical group, 8(12.6%) patients had wound infections in mesh group, 9(14.2%) had seroma in anatomical repair, 7(11.1%) had seroma in mesh repair. The percentage of recurrence of umbilical hernia were 9(14.2%) had anatomical repair, 8(12.6%) had mesh repair.

Keywords

Necrotic Mass, Strangulated Hernia, Mesh Repair, HTN= Hyper Tension.
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Ravi Dasyam
Department of General Surgery, Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, Nimra Nagar Jupudi(v), Ibrabimpatnam, Krishna (Dist) Andhrapradesh, India

Abstract


63 adult patients (40 males and 23 females) aged between 30 to 70 years of umbilical hernia were studied. 13(20.6%) were alcoholic, 10(15.8%) were HTN, 7(11.1%) were smokers, 9(14.2%) had coronary artery diseases, 11(17.4%) were DM, 8(12.6%) were DM, 8(12.6%) were obese, 5(7.9%) were tobacco chewers, the clinical manifestation was 17(26.9%) had severe pain, 16(25.3%) had abdominal distention, 20(31.7%) had swelling, 8(12.6%) had irreducible hernia, 2(3.1%) had vomiting. Blood investigation study included sodium in 45mm/dl (66.6%) patients had 134-136, mg/dl, 21(33.3%) had 137-138. mm.In serum albumin study-39 (61.9%) mg/dl patients had 3.2 to 5.1 mmand 24(38%) had 6.1 to 7 mg In serum creatinine study 44(69.8%) patients had 1.2 to 1.3 mg/α and 19(30.1%) had 104 to 1.5 mg/dlin serum Bilirubin study 48(76.1%) patients had 1.8 to 1.9 mg/dl and 15 (23.8%) had 2.2 to 2.4 mg/dl In WBC count study 43(68.2%) patients had 6.2 to 6.9 20(31.7%) had 7.1 to 9.2 In platelet count study 44(69.8%) patients had 145.7 to 149, and 19(30%) had 150 to 160 the percentage of post operative infection were 11(17.4%) had wound infections in anatomical group, 8(12.6%) patients had wound infections in mesh group, 9(14.2%) had seroma in anatomical repair, 7(11.1%) had seroma in mesh repair. The percentage of recurrence of umbilical hernia were 9(14.2%) had anatomical repair, 8(12.6%) had mesh repair.

Keywords


Necrotic Mass, Strangulated Hernia, Mesh Repair, HTN= Hyper Tension.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F191948