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О некоторых проблемах абдоминальной хирургии при циррозе печени

Гадиев С. И., Сариева К. Г., Абдинов Э. А.
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Гадиев Сурхай Исмаил оглы - доктор мед. наук, профессор кафедры хирургических болезней №2 Азербайджанского медицинского университета, Азербайджанский медицинский университет, AZ1022, г. Баку, ул. Бакиханова, д. 23, Азербайджан
Сариева Кенуль Гасан кызы - ассистент кафедры хирургических болезней №2 Азербайджанского медицинского университета, Азербайджанский медицинский университет, AZ1022, г. Баку, ул. Бакиханова, д. 23, Азербайджан
Абдинов Эльчин Ахмед оглы - канд. мед. наук, ассистент кафедры хирургических болезней №2 Азербайджанского медицинского университета, Азербайджанский медицинский университет, dr.abdinov@gmail.com, AZ1022, г. Баку, ул. Бакиханова, д. 23, Азербайджан

Целью обзора является анализ влияния цирроза печени на результаты абдоминальных операций, роли и места предложенных прогностических систем для определения риска послеоперационных осложнений и летальности. Тщательное предоперационное обследование и отбор больных циррозом печени на основе объективной оценки риска операции могут способствовать уменьшению частоты послеоперационных осложнений и летальности.

Ключевые слова:
печень, портальная гипертензия, цирроз, абдоминальная хирургия, прогноз, осложнения, летальность, ASA, Child-Pugh, Turcotte, MELD, liver, portal hypertension, cirrhosis, abdominal surgery, prognosis, complications, mortality, ASA, Child-Turcotte-Pugh, Turcotte, MELD

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About Some Problems of Abdominal Surgery in Liver Cirrhosis

Gadiyev S. I., Sariyeva K. G., Abdinov E. A.

The purpose of this review is analysis of cirrhosis influence on the results of abdominal operations, the role of the offered predictive systems to define the risk of postoperative complications and mortality. Careful preoperative examination and selection of patients based on objective assessment of surgical risk can promote reduction of postoperative complications and mortality.

Keywords:
печень, портальная гипертензия, цирроз, абдоминальная хирургия, прогноз, осложнения, летальность, ASA, Child-Pugh, Turcotte, MELD, liver, portal hypertension, cirrhosis, abdominal surgery, prognosis, complications, mortality, ASA, Child-Turcotte-Pugh, Turcotte, MELD

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