[Prevention of postoperative complications in diffuse purulent peritonitis in children].

Abstract

A complex pathogenetic approach to the prevention of postoperative complications in generalized fibrinopyogenic peritonitis is suggested. It includes a wide operative access, one-stage cleansing with antiseptics and detoxification solutions, ultrasonic cavitation of the abdominal cavity, creation of laparostomy, local infiltration of the wound edges with 0.01% thymalin solution, correction of hemostasis disorders, and increase of the organism's general reactivity. With the use of this complex the results of treatment were significantly improved in 21 children and the number of complications was much less than in the control group of patients subjected to operation.

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