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Resumen. La ostomía de alto débito es una complicación frecuen- te en pacientes portadores de ileostomías que está poco identificada y que no suele ser. cual fue la organización nacional de ostomía en los Estados. Unidos desde hasta el . 2. CONTENIDO. COMPLICACIONES DE COLOSTOMIA. Complicaciones de Ostomias – Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

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Se analiza el tiempo de espera hasta el cierre del estoma, el tipo y frecuencia de las complicaciones, la estancia hospitalaria y la mortalidad.

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Br J Surg ;92 9: Protective ostomies in low anastomoses after low anterior resection or restorative procrocolectomy have proved to be the only preventive measure for reducing the complidaciones and mortality with dehiscences of this type of anastomosis; although they do not prevent them they do reduce their impact and the number of reoperations 5,6.

Most of our complications were solved conservatively and the reoperation rate was just 3.

ve A study of the safety and clinical efficacy of flexible sigmoidoscopy and colonoscopy after recent colonic surgery in 52 patients. Patient characteristics The series is made up of 89 patients: The most commonly chosen test was abdominal computed tomography with oral contrast and gastrograffin enema, performed in In third place, enterocutaneous fistula, with a frequency of 4.

J Gastrointest Surg ;12 5: The most common diagnosis for previous surgery was rectal neoplasia in 70 ds Cmoplicaciones Complications in colorectal surgery have decreased in recent years due to the creation of specialised units 4 ; however, when they occur they associate high rates of morbidity and mortality, especially the feared anastomotic dehiscence.


Results Waiting time before surgery The mean waiting time between creation of the ileostomy and closure was 8 months The approach was via a peristomal incision; the ileostomy was pulled out and the edges refreshed.

Cir Esp ;84 1: However, most groups favour a late closure, between 8. Cir Esp ; 88 5: Therefore, creating an ostomy or deciding on which type to do is left at the surgeon’s criterion and based on factors such as type and locoregional conditions of the anastomosis, difficulties arising during surgery, associated patient morbidity, etc.

Comparison between the 2 groups was made with the Pearson Chi-squared test or Cpmplicaciones exact test for qualitative variables.

Ileostomías de protección: complicaciones y mortalidad asociadas a su cierre

However, they may have various complications, among which are those associated with the subsequent stoma closure. Data collection Data were collected retrospectively and entered into a database created for this purpose. However, ileostomies are not without their drawbacks as they represent a reduction in the patients’ quality of life 2 and may present various otomias, such as hydroelectrolytic alterations, bowel obstruction, infection of soft parts, incisional hernias, etc.

Our series coincides with the most common closure-related complications published in the literature: Postoperative complications Forty-one We had a high complication rate, compared to other series reporting morbidities of Defunctioning loop ileostomy and stapled side-to-side closure has low morbidity.

There are groups that favour a lower rate of complications associated with a mechanical rather than a manual anastomosis, especially bowel obstruction 16, Stapled versus sutured closure of loop ileostomy: Br J Surg ;92 2: During this pre-closure waiting period an imaging test is usually performed to check the integrity of the anastomosis and diagnose the presence of fistulas or stenosis, although it is not clear if it is strictly necessary in all cases.

Routine contrast imaging of low pelvic anastomosis prior to closure complicacionea defunctioning ileostomy: Computerized tomographic scan-guided drainage of intra-abdominal abscesses.


Although in the literature groups as of the Thalmeir et al. However, other studies, such as the meta-analysis conducted by Leung, find no significant differences between the two modes of reconstruction J Gastrointest Surg ;12 7: Dis Colon Rectum ;49 However, creation means subsequent closure, which must not be considered a minor procedure but an operation with possibly significant complications, including death, as has been shown in publications on the subject and complicaicones our own series.

The use of computed tomography with rectal contrast demonstrates the same drawbacks as gastrograffin enema, although it has the advantage of being able to evaluate possible local septic processes Enema is only recommended therefore in those with a suspected anastomotic complication, as routine administration is highly questioned Our group performed manual anastomosis in As for morbidity, we had a The anastomosis was performed manually in 87 cases and mechanically with GIA 60 in 2 cases.

Surgical technique All the patients were given antibiotic prophylaxis with ceftriaxone prior to surgery and rachideal anaesthesia. We believe that the closure of diverting ileostomies should not be considered a complication-free minor surgical procedure; for this same reason we analyse our experience in a series of patients undergoing closure of diverting loop ileostomies between Dis Colon Rectum ;48 2: On the other hand, evaluation of the anastomosis using rigid or flexible sigmoidoscopy in the hands of experts has proved to be safe after the first 24 hours postoperatively Int J Colorectal Dis ;20 3: The mean waiting time was 9.