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OPERATING WOUND INFECTION AFTER CESARA SECTION

The clinical picture. When the wound is infected, both local and general symptoms are characteristic. Puerperas develop weakness, chills, decreased appetite, soreness in the area of ​​the surgical wound, and body temperature rises to 38–38.5 ° С. Infiltration of the surgical wound, redness and soreness of the skin are determined. The content of leukocytes increases, ESR increases. Treatment. When suppuration of the tissues of the surgical wound, the sutures are removed and provide the outflow of the wound discharge, purulent cavities drain. Antibiotics, fortifying, hydration therapy, and proteolytic enzymes are indicated.
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OPERATING WOUND INFECTION AFTER CESARA SECTION

  1. Peritonitis after cesarean section
    According to the literature, peritonitis after cesarean section develops from 1.5 to 2% of cases. Mortality from it in the structure of maternal mortality with purulent-septic complications is 37%. Given the current trend towards an increase in the number of cesarean sections, it is certainly relevant to reduce the risk of peritonitis in the postoperative period. The cause of peritonitis, in
  2. Organization of breastfeeding after cesarean section
    If a mom is undergoing a caesarean section, she usually worries about how she will develop further with breastfeeding. In our society, there is a firm conviction that after cesarean breastfeeding is much more difficult to establish than after normal childbirth, problems often occur, milk goes away, etc. However, breastfeeding counselors know that breastfeeding
  3. Breastfeeding after cesarean section
    If your baby was born using cesarean section, then you will need more effort in establishing breastfeeding than women who have given birth naturally. Act correctly and persistently, and you will succeed! If there are no contraindications, then after a cesarean section, breastfeeding is possible and necessary! ^ After surgery with the use of epidural anesthesia, an infant can immediately
  4. Breastfeeding after cesarean section
    I gave birth to a baby through cesarean section. Do I need special help with breastfeeding? Yes, you need special help as long as you have two responsibilities: recover yourself and feed your child. Use the following time-tested tips for breastfeeding after childbirth, complicated by surgery: - Pain suppresses
  5. Task 48. OBSTETRIC PERITONITIS AFTER CESARA SECTION
    Pregnant T., 28 years old, was admitted on November 10 to the hospital on an emergency basis due to the outflow of amniotic fluid 8 hours ago, From the anamnesis. The fourth pregnancy. Previous pregnancies ended in medical abortions, the post-abortion period was complicated by chronic metrozndometritis. The antenatal clinic was not observed. The last menstruation is January 11-15. Status praesens. condition
  6. MANAGEMENT OF PREGNANCY AND BIRTH IN THE PRESENCE OF A SCAR ON THE UTERUS AFTER THE PREVIOUSLY TRANSFERED CESARIAN SECTION AND OTHER OPERATIONS ON THE UTERUS
    Pregnant women with a scar on the uterus, especially after cesarean section, constitute a special risk group for uterine rupture. The healing of the uterine wall after surgery on it can occur with complete or almost complete restoration of muscle elements. Usually in such cases they talk about a full scar. But often healing occurs with the formation of the connective
  7. CESAREAN SECTION
    Caesarean section is one of the oldest abdominal surgery operations. This delivery operation, in which the fetus and the placenta is removed through an artificially made incision on the uterus, is currently a common surgical intervention, its frequency ranges from 25 to 17%. In its development, this operation has gone through many stages. In ancient times, this operation was performed on
  8. CESAREAN SECTION
    Caesarean section is one of the oldest abdominal surgery operations. This delivery operation, in which the fetus and the placenta is removed through an artificially made incision on the uterus, is currently a common surgical intervention, its frequency ranges from 25 to 17%. In its development, this operation has gone through many stages. In ancient times, this operation was performed on
  9. CESAREAN SECTION
    Caesarean section (caesarean section) - a surgical operation in which the fetus and the placenta are removed through an incision in the abdominal wall (laparotomy) and uterus (hysterotomy). This definition does not include removal of the fetus from the abdominal cavity in cases of rupture of the uterus or during abdominal pregnancy. Distinguish abdominal cesarean section made by cutting the anterior abdominal wall, and vaginal,
  10. Abdominal Cesarean Section
    Caesarean section is performed in cases when delivery through the natural birth canal is impossible or dangerous to the life of the mother or fetus. Caesarean section is the most common operation in obstetrics. In Russia, the frequency of caesarean sections over the past 10 years has increased by about 3 times (from 3.3% in 1985 to 13.0% in 1997) and continues to grow. The reasons for the increase in the number of caesarean sections
  11. EMERGENCY CESARIAN SECTION
    Definition An emergency cesarean section is an immediate or urgent delivery with the fetus removed through an incision in the anterior abdominal wall. Etiology The severity of the condition of the mother or fetus, requiring, according to the obstetrician, immediate or urgent cesarean section. Typical cases Immediate cesarean section: severe fetal distress; umbilical cord prolapse; massive bleeding;
  12. Abdominal cesarean section for abortion
    This type of cesarean section (small cesarean section) is performed at a gestational age of 16–28 weeks, mainly in cases when its continuation is dangerous for a woman’s health (for example, pregnant women who do not respond to gestosis, diseases of the cardiovascular system in the stage of decompensation, severe blood diseases, etc.). Typically, an operation is performed as a corporal caesarean section,
  13. CESARIAN SECTION IN PIGS
    The natural narrowness of the birth canal in pigs makes it difficult to use vaginal methods to provide obstetric care, therefore, they have a particularly urgent caesarean section. This operation in pigs gives a high percentage of recovery if it is done a few hours after the birth. The main indicators for this operation: jamming of the fetus in the birth canal, underdevelopment of the genital
  14. CESARIAN SECTION IN COWS
    Cesarean section in cows is an effective, cost-effective operation. This operation is successfully done not only in specially equipped surgical clinics, but also directly in the conditions of state and collective farm farms. 80-90% of the operated cows recover, and often the life of the fetus can be saved. After cesarean section, cows, as a rule, do not lose milk productivity, but 65-70%
  15. CESAREAN SECTION
    Caesarean section for vital signs from both the mother and the fetus is currently performed in the United States at approximately 20% of births. A common method for opening the uterine cavity is a transverse incision in the isthmus, unless, according to some indications, a classic longitudinal incision is made in the area of ​​the body and the bottom of the uterus. Purpose of operation
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