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《Journal of Diseases Monitor & Control》 2017-09
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The comparative analysis of two different treatment in cervical anastomotic Fistula after esophagectomy

CHEN Hui-yong;WAN Ren-ping;LI You-tao;HUANG Miao-long;WANG Lin-hui;Department of Toracic Surgery,yuebei people's hospital;  
Objective To compare the two different treament of the anastomotic fistula. Methods The date of 72 patients with cervical anastomotic fistula who accepted three-incison esophagectomy form January 2011 to October 2015 were retrospectively cellected. Among this,38 patients uderwent oepn wound dressing. The healing time range from 14 days to 56 days, average 22.76 days; The other 34 cases were taking early suture combining negative pressure drainage around the leak. The healing time range from 10 days to 30 days, average 15.88 days. The average healing time of anastomotic leakage were 22.76 vs 15.88, the were significant difference between the two groups P=0.002﹤0.05. Conclusion The early suture combining negative pressure drainage of the anastomotic leakage could reduce the healing time of the anastomotic leak, and it is worth popularize in clinic.
【CateGory Index】: R735.1
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