ПЕРИОПЕРАТИВНОЕ ЛЕЧЕНИЕ И ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ АДЕНОКАРЦИНОМЫ ПИЩЕВОДА И ПИЩЕВОДНО-ЖЕЛУДОЧНОГО ПЕРЕХОДА


https://doi.org/10.21886/2219-8075-2014-4-5-11

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Аннотация

Эзофагэоэктомия остается сложным и тяжелым оперативным вмешательством как для пациента, так и для хирурга. Необходим тщательный отбор пациентов, которым возможно выполнение данного вмешательства. Использование современных оперативных методов и технологий и, в некоторых случаях, последовательность вмешательств, помогают снизить операционную травму. Региональная анестезия, индивидуализированный подход к периоперационному лечению боли, ранняя экстубация, ограничение жидкости, активизация пациента, физиотерапия значительно улучшают лечение. Быстрое распознание и агрессивное диагностическое обследование осложнений в послеоперационном периоде необходимы для предотвращения неконтролируемого прогрессирования патофизиологических каскадов. Кооперация между хирургом, анестезиологом, эндоскопистом, рентгенологом и другими специалистами необходима для снижения периоперационных осложнений и смертности при таком травматичном оперативном вмешательстве.

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K. Tobias
Отделение общей, висцеральной и травматической хирургии, Больница Аугустинериннен Нотфалль, Кёльнский университет
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E. Beckurts
Отделение общей, висцеральной и травматической хирургии, Больница Аугустинериннен Нотфалль, Кёльнский университет
Германия


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Для цитирования: Tobias K., Beckurts E. ПЕРИОПЕРАТИВНОЕ ЛЕЧЕНИЕ И ОСЛОЖНЕНИЯ АДЕНОКАРЦИНОМЫ ПИЩЕВОДА И ПИЩЕВОДНО-ЖЕЛУДОЧНОГО ПЕРЕХОДА. Медицинский вестник Юга России. 2014;(4):5-11. https://doi.org/10.21886/2219-8075-2014-4-5-11

For citation: Tobias K., Beckurts E. PERIOPERATIVE AND COMPLICATION MANAGEMENT FOR ADENOCARCINOMA OF THE ESOPHAGUS AND ESOPHAGOGASTRIC JUNCTION. Medical Herald of the South of Russia. 2014;(4):5-11. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.21886/2219-8075-2014-4-5-11

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