Trephine Stoma Creation Under Local Anesthesia with Sedoanalgesia

Trephine Stoma Creation Under Local Anesthesia with Sedoanalgesia

Journal

  • Journal title: Turkish Journal of Colorectal Disease
  • ISSN: 2536-4898 (print) 2536-4901 (online)
  • Publisher: Galenos Publishing House
  • Country of publisher: turkey
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Aug/13

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Medicine, Surgery
  • Publisher's keywords: Kolostomi, acil cerrahi, lokal anestezi, minimal invaziv cerrahi, trefin stoma
  • Language of fulltext: english, turkish
  • Full-text formats available: PDF

AUTHORS

    Ali Aksu, Mehmet Buğra Bozan, Nurullah Aksoy, Ayşe Azak Bozan, Nizamettin Kutluer, Burhan Hakan Kanat, Sevim Şenol Karataş, Asude Aksoy, Abdullah Böyük

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ABSTRACT

Aim: In this paper, we aimed to evaluate the patients who underwent trephine stoma with sedoanalgesia in addition to local anesthesia and to share the results. Method: The patients who underwent trephine stoma with sedoanalgesia in addition to local anesthesia for fecal diversion in our general surgery clinic between June 2012 and June 2017 were evaluated retrospectively. The patients were evaluated in terms of demographic characteristics, diagnosis of primary disease and complications. Results: A total of 11 patients (F/M: 4/7) were evaluated. The mean age was 54 (±4) years. The mean follow-up period was 18 months (range 2-30). Primary disease was rectal cancer in seven patients (63.6%), Fournier’s disease in two patients (18.2%), genital cancer in one patient (9.1%), and rectovaginal fistula in one patient (9.1%). Only one patient underwent transverse colostomy and 10 patients underwent sigmoid colostomy. There were no complications related to surgical procedures. One patient died on the 14th postoperative day because of complications secondary to metastasis. Conclusion: Trephine stoma technique, which does not require laparotomy, is a fast, reliable, and easy to use method especially in high-risk patients with poor general condition.

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