Revista Medica Herediana
ISSN 1018-130X versión impresa
ALIAGA CHAVEZ, Noél, AMARO GOMEZ SANCHEZ, Miguel y SANCHEZ ZAPATA, José Antonio. Experiencia en hemorroidectomías aplicado en la Clínica Fiori. Rev Med Hered, ene./mar 2000, vol.11, no.1, p.03-06. ISSN 1018-130X.
Objective: To evaluate the utility of the ambulatory surgery with local anesthesia in patient with hemorrhoidal pathology. Material and methods: A prospective, transverse study was performed between April 1996 and March 1999, in the division of Surgery of the Clinica Fiori. We intervened 260 patients with hemorrhoidal pathology, of them 229 patients were haemorrhoidectomys with local anesthesia, those that included in the study. The used surgical technique was that of Millígan and Morgan with an operative time of 20 minutes; and control to the 3 days. Results: 69.4% of hemorrhoidal pathology was observed among the 31-60 years of age. Only 1.7% (4 patients) they presentes post-operative complications, 2 patients with having bled light and 2 with residual hemorrhoids, none was being of graveness; and 98.3% (225 patients) they didn’t present any type of complications. There were not anesthetic accidents. Conclusion: The haemorrhoidectomy with anesthesia local is effective and sure. ( Rev Med Hered 2000; 11: 03-06 ).
Palabras llave: Haemorrhoidectomy; hemorrhoidal pathology.
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