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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Study of Cases of Complications at Port Site

Deepak Sharma, Kavach Patel, M. M. Anchalia

Abstract: Laparoscopic surgeries, just like open surgeries are not free of complications. The study aimed to identify various complications associated with laparoscopic surgeries and their magnitude. Planning for an effective management along with prevention, Study incorporated 851 subjects in our hospital operated for various laparoscopic procedures and patients with complications in any form were followed up for a mean duration of 12 months.Major complication associated with laparoscopy port site were discharge from the wound (1.41 %), infections (1.02 %), bleeding (0.70 %) subcutaneous emphysema (0.58 %) and incisional hernia (0.47 %.). vascular and visceral injuries are rare due to increasing expertise in trocar insertion techniques.

Keywords: PSI- port-site infection, PIH- port-site incisional hernia, SSI surgical site infections



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