Laparoscopic Appendectomy Performed by Junior SUrgeonS: Impact of 3D Visualization on Surgical Outcome
Conditions: Appendicolith; Appendicitis; Appendicitis With Perforation; Appendicitis Peritonitis; Appendiceal Abscess; Appendicitis Acute Interventions: Procedure: 3D Laparoscopic Appendectomy; Procedure: 2D Laparoscopic Appendectomy Sponsor: Azienda Ospedaliera Spedali Civili di Brescia Recruiting
ConclusionOur case report illustrates the significance in identifying atypical features of appendicitis, broadening the differential of non-specific abdominal pain in pediatric patients, and depending on the clinical situation, ruling out other potential intra-abdominal infections even in the presence of a true urinary tract infection.
ConclusionsOur results demonstrate that urgent laparoscopic surgeries in the third trimester of pregnancy are feasible, and they can be safely performed with minimal risk for the patient and fetus. Larger prospective studies are required to validate these recommendations.
Conclusions: The conversion rate to CLA was 15.9%. Serum C-reactive protein level and complicated appendicitis were strong predictive factors for conversion from SPLA in acute appendicitis. PMID: 31118987 [PubMed]
ConclusionsAs bundled payments become more common, hospitals may incur significant losses for acute appendicitis under a model that does not reflect the heterogeneous nature of patients requiring appendectomies. These losses can range up to − 20.2% for complicated cases. Improving clinical outcomes by reducing readmissions may mitigate some of these anticipated losses.
Conditions: Acute Appendicitis; Acute Appendicitis With Rupture; Acute Appendicitis With Peritonitis; Acute Appendicitis Without Peritonitis Intervention: Procedure: Laparoscopic appendectomy Sponsor: Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University Completed