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Volume 6 Issue 12 (December, 2018)

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Evaluation of Complications in Uterus Surgery- A Clinical Study
Anil Kumar Haripriya, Vibha B Haripriya, Arvind Baghel

Background: Worldwide hysterectomy is the most commonly performed major gynecological surgical procedure. The present study was conducted to assess the complications of uterus surgery. Materials & Methods: The present study was conducted on 148 women underwent hysterectomy of age range 20- 55 years. Operation details, duration of surgery, blood loss during surgery, intra operative & post operative period blood transfusion, intra operative complications like bladder, uterus and bowel injury were collected. Results: Age group 20-30 years had 25 patients, 30-40 had 45, 40-50 had 68 and >50 years had 10 patients. In 102 (68.9%) abdominal and in 46 (31.1%) vaginal hysterectomy was done. The difference was significant (P< 0.05). Common complications were bladder injury seen in 2 cases of abdominal and 1 case of vaginal, uterus injury in 1 case of abdominal, paralytic ileus in 2 cases of abdominal and 1 case of vaginal, burst abdomen in 1 case of abdominal, wound infection in 1 case of abdominal and 1 case of vaginal and vault infection in 1 case of abdominal hysterectomy. Conclusion: Authors found that hysterectomy is common surgical procedure after cesarean section. Complications were more common in abdominal than vaginal hysterectomy.
Key words: Abdominal, bladder, Hysterectomy, Vaginal.

Received: 15 September  2018                                 Revised: 16 November 2018                          Accepted: 18 November 2018
Corresponding Author: Dr. Vibha B Haripriya, Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, CIMS, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India
This article may be cited as: Haripriya AK, Haripriya VB, Baghel A. Evaluation of Complications in Uterus Surgery- A Clinical Study. J Adv Med Dent Scie Res 2018;6(12):22-24.

 
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