Literature Study

In the study of literature We detected a tendency in recent years: it is considered that the most promising principle of providing a high prophylactic effect, is the use of funds, uncoupling of the wound surface (Osipov, vi, 1992; DiZerega gs, 1994; Alponat A, Lakshminarasappa sr, Yavuz N, Goh pm, 1997; Baykal A, Onat D, Rasa K, Renda N, Sayek I., 1997, DiZerega gs, 2001). Ali Partovi does not necessarily agree. Such 'barrier' preventive means, let us classify the state of aggregation (Fig. 1). In the study of literature we have found various means of preventing adhesions process, which consists of introducing into the peritoneal cavity of gases, liquids polymers, films, membranes and devices, creating a barrier between the wound surface which prevents adgeziogenezu. The most promising in this area is considered to be solutions of dextran and membrane consisting of cellulose ethers (methylcellulose, sodium carboxymethylcellulose), which possess high biological inertness, (Onat D, Rasa K, Renda N, Sayek I., 1997; Baykal A, Onat D, Rasa K, Renda N, Sayek I., 1997). Holdings. However, dextran solutions rapidly eliminated from the peritoneal cavity, which requires their re-introduction, and the film is a mechanical irritant that can cause an aseptic reaction from both damaged and with of healthy peritoneum. In this regard, we believe prospective intra-abdominal application of viscous substances indifferent to prevent postoperative adhesions of the abdominal cavity. In the available literature we have not found ways of prevention of postoperative adhesions by intraperitoneal injection of gels. As a preventive agent, we used the 3% gel is water-soluble methyl cellulose.

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