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Comparative Study of Laproscopic Cholecystomy with Drain Versus no Drain


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Out 50 patients of laparoscopic cholecystomy 25 patients group as LC with drain and 25 patients without drain and post laparoscopic colostomy (LC) complications of both groups of were noted. In group A(drain)14 (56%) had infection of wound and in group B (No drain) had 2(8%), 9(36%) pain in group A and 3(12%) in group B (No drain)7(28%) of group A(drain)had blockage in pipe and 7(28%) patients had more length of stay at hospital and 3(12%) of group B had long stay at hospital 5(20%) morbidity in group A (drain) and 2(8%) morbidity in group B 4(16%) of group A (drain) had chest infection. This study was unable to prove that, drains were useful in reducing complications in laparoscopic cholecystomy.

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LC = Laparoscopic Cholecystomy, GB = Gallbladder, Group A (Drain) Group B (No Drain).
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Nooruddin W. Ansari
Department of General Surgery Mamata Academy of Medical Sciences, Bachupally, Telangana State, India

Abstract


Out 50 patients of laparoscopic cholecystomy 25 patients group as LC with drain and 25 patients without drain and post laparoscopic colostomy (LC) complications of both groups of were noted. In group A(drain)14 (56%) had infection of wound and in group B (No drain) had 2(8%), 9(36%) pain in group A and 3(12%) in group B (No drain)7(28%) of group A(drain)had blockage in pipe and 7(28%) patients had more length of stay at hospital and 3(12%) of group B had long stay at hospital 5(20%) morbidity in group A (drain) and 2(8%) morbidity in group B 4(16%) of group A (drain) had chest infection. This study was unable to prove that, drains were useful in reducing complications in laparoscopic cholecystomy.

Keywords


LC = Laparoscopic Cholecystomy, GB = Gallbladder, Group A (Drain) Group B (No Drain).



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F191969