A Prospective Study of Diagnostic Laparoscopy in Blunt Trauma Abdomen
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 3, Pages 10107-10113
AbstractBackground: Blunt injuries of the abdomen constitute those cases where there is injury to contents of abdomen (one viscus or more viscera) without any external penetrating injury. Laparoscopy can be performed safely and effectively in stable patients with BTA. Most important advantages are reduction of morbidity, shortening of hospitalization, cost effectiveness, reduced the rate of negative laparotomy and allow early mobilization and resumption of work.
Methods: A prospective study, Department of General Surgery, The source of data for our study will be the patient with suspicion of abdominal injuries after trauma to abdomen, admitted in surgical emergency at Patna Medical College and Hospital, Patna. Study duration of two years. Conclusion: Blunt Trauma Abdomen with solid organ injury forms considerable load of patients in our society. Most common age group involved is 11-20 years. Predominantly males are affected in large proportions. Road Traffic Accident forms the most common mode of injury.
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