Open Gastric Perforation Repair
The Open Gastric Perforation Repair course will teach you:
- How to close a perforation that is located in the stomach or duodenum with an open procedure
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Open Gastric Perforation Repair:
- Posterior stomach or duodenal wall injury
- Stomach wall ischemia
With the following tips you might perform the Open Gastric Perforation Repair even better:
- Confirmation of diagnosis by gas release during peritoneal incision
- Use of dye to detect the perforation
- What to do when no gastric or duodenal perforation is found
- Perforation closure with omental plug
After studying the Open Gastric Perforation Repair course you are familiar with the most common complications:
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Step by step
Abdominal cavity approach
Incise the abdominal wall by using an upper midline incision that can be extended in a caudal direction, to open the abdomen. Alternatives are the upper right paramedian, transverse epigastric or subcostal incision. The abdominal incisions are described in the course “Abdominal Wall Incisions”.
The escape of gas when the peritoneum is opened, confirms the diagnosis of a perforation in the gastrointestinal tract.
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