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Informative Article | Medical Science | India | Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018
A Study of Various Associated Factors Surgical Intervention in the Patients of Acute Abdomen at Tertiary Health Care Center
Dr. A.Y. Kshirsagar | Dr  | Gayatri  | Dr. Vipin Tewani 
Abstract: Introduction Abdominal pain is the most common presenting condition requiring quick diagnosis and treatment. Aims and Objectives To study of various associated factors surgical intervention in the patients of Acute abdomen at Tertiary health care center. Methodology The present study was conducted in the department general surgery of a tertiary health care center period of January 2002 to December 2003. It consisted of 107 cases of acute abdomen, with regard to their clinical presentation and operative findings. Only those patients, who were operated upon, were included in our study. Result The majority of the patients were in the age group of 11-20 and 51-60 i. e.20.56 %, followed by 21-30 were 17.76 %, 41-50 were 12.15 %, 61-70 were 10.28 %, 31-40 were 7.48 %, 0-10, Were 6.54 % respectively. The majority of the patients were Male i. e.71.03 % and in Females was 28.97 %. Overall the most common associated conditions were Acute appendicitis-38.31 % followed by Peritonitis-34.58 %, Intestinal obstruction-21.50 %, Acute pancreatitis, NSAP, Ruptured Ectopic in 1.87 %. Conclusion It can be concluded from our study that the majority of the patients were The majority of the patients were in the age group of 11-20 and 51-60, Age group Overall the most common associated conditions were Acute appendicitis, followed by Peritonitis, Intestinal obstruction, Acute pancreatitis, NSAP, Ruptured Ectopic.
Keywords: Acute abdomen, Acute appendicitis, Peritonitis, Intestinal obstruction Acute pancreatitis
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 9, September 2018,
Pages: 432 - 434
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