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Revista Médica La Paz

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LOPEZ FERNANDEZ, Miriam  y  CASTRO REVOLLO, Magueha. PERCUTANEOUS DRAINAGE OF COLLECTIONS ABDOMINAL ULTRASOUND GUIDED. Rev. Méd. La Paz [online]. 2011, vol.17, n.1, pp. 26-30. ISSN 1726-8958.

Objective: To determine the therapeutic success in patients undergoing percutaneous drainage of abdominal collection guided by ultrasound. Methods: During the period between May and December, accounted for 23 percutaneous drainage of abdominal collections after assessing the characteristics and relationships of the collection by ultrasound and CT in the Hospital Obrero N° 1. All patients were taken to the radiology service to their medical records, percutaneous drainage was done by a Medical Radiologic, and monitored from installation to retirement. Cavafix catheters were installed 45 cm and granules of 14G and 12G, and Seldinger technique under local anesthesia. The debit of drainage was evaluated and removed when the debit was less than 5 to 10 ml. Results: As success of the procedure was considered to anyone patient who reversed the collection (82.6%) and a failure to anyone patient who had to resort to surgery to drain the collection or who did not finish with percutaneous drainage by some reason (17.4%). Conclusion: The ultrasound-guided percutaneous drainage is effective in the management of abdominal collections, so your practice should be generalized.

Palabras clave : ultrasound; percutaneous drainage; collection.

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