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>Journals >Ginecología y Obstetricia de México >Year 2015, Issue 01


García TJI, Delgado-Rosas A, González-Cantú G
Hypogastric arteries ligation: an experience in gynecological and obstetric patients at Hospital Universitario de Saltillo
Ginecol Obstet Mex 2015; 83 (01)

Language: Español
References: 10
Page: 32-40
PDF: 653.95 Kb.

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ABSTRACT

Background: Pelvic hemorrhage is a potential complication that occurs performing an obstetric or gynecological surgery, it is essential to know the distribution of pelvic vascular supplement, and implement preventive measures, can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality.
Objective: To describe the experience of hypogastric artery ligation, as a preventive and therapeutic measure of pelvic hemorrhage, this will give us new prospective lines for future investigation.
Methods: Retrospective observational study, in which all patient who were performed a surgical procedure and report hypogastric artery ligation at the Saltillo University Hospital, from January 2008 to July 2014 was studied.
Results: 41 patients were obtained with hypogastric artery ligation, 28 gynecological and 13 obstetric patients. Among gynecological indications, cancer surgery represents 67.85%, benign lesions 25% and pelvic abscess 7.12%. Obstetric indications were uterine hypotonia with 46%, placenta previa with 23.07% and uterine fibroids, broad ligament hematoma and abruptio placenta a total of 30.7%. There was one complication in relation with technique that was a laceration of internal iliac artery without any consequence linked to this. And uterine preserving of 62% was observed in obstetric patients.
Conclusions: This technique is a feasible and safe for preventive and therapeutic management of pelvic surgery, with a low incidence of complications 3.5% in gynecological patients and 0% in obstetric, with a mortality of 0%.


Key words: Pelvic hemorrhage, ligation, hypogastric artery, pelvic surgery.





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