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《Contemporary Medicine》 2017-35
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The clinical effect of minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation

Wang Jun;Department of spine surgery, the second people's Hospital of Hunan;  
Objective To study the clinical effect of minimally invasive surgery in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation. Methods The research object is selected in our hospital from lumbar disc herniation patients(86 cases), the different treatment methods were randomly divided into observation group and control group(43 cases), the observation group underwent minimally invasive spine surgery, the control group was treated with traditional open surgery, with surgery the amount of bleeding and three stages(surgery, hospitalization, recovery) with time, after 1 days and 3 days after operation visual analogue scale and the total efficiency of treatment was the curative effect judgment standard. Results The operative time, the observation group after hospitalization time and return to normal life time than control group with time is relatively short, and the amount of postoperative bleeding compared with the control group decreased, the difference was statistically significant(P0.05); the patients in the observation group after 1 days and 3 days after operation the vision the simulation score and the total effective rate of the therapy was better than the control group, there were statistically significant differences(P0.05). Conclusion Minimally invasive surgery for the treatment of lumbar disc herniation,less operation time, recovery time, the treatment effect is significant, it is worth promoting the use of.
【CateGory Index】: R687.3
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