Strategy for bowel injury in laparoscopic surgery Masaki FUKUNAGA 1 , Kazuyoshi SUGIYAMA 1 , Masahiko SUGANO 1 , Kunihiko NAGAKARI 1 , Yoshito IIDA 1 , Seiichirou YOSHIKAWA 1 , Yoshitomo ITOU 1 , Yoshinori HIRASAKI 1 1Department of Surgery, Juntendo University Urayasu Hospital Keyword: 腹腔鏡下手術 , 腸管損傷 , 腸管穿孔 pp.261-266
Published Date 2007/6/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.4426100054
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 Bowel injury, particularly bowel perforation, occurring during laparoscopic surgery may, if not treated appropriately, cause generalized peritonitis. This may progress into sepsis and even multiple organ failure, leading to a fatal outcome.

 Gynecologists should have surgical knowledge of bowel injury and know how to prevent and manage it. If the surgery poses a risk of bowel injury, a close communication with the surgical department must be established before and during the surgery, so that all possible backup systems are ready before the start of the operation. If any trouble occurs, prompt and appropriate measures, with prioritization of a safe and sure approach, will be required.

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