Hemostasis by nonequilibrium plasma during spleen surgery
Semichev E.V., Siberian State Medical University
Baykov A.N., Siberian State Medical University
Shevtsova N.M., Siberian State Medical University
Bushlanov P.S., Siberian State Medical University
Gereng E.A., Siberian State Medical University
Koshhevets E.S., Siberian State Medical University
Aleynik A.N., National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University
The relevance of research related to the problem of excessive bleeding after spleen injury and the lack of available methods of hemostasis. The paper presents results of research of nonequilibrium plasma influence on spleen tissue after coagulation. The study was performed on rabbits. Biochemical values, clinical blood analysis, histological data were assessed at different periods (3rd, 5th, 7th, 14th and 30th days) after surgery with nonequilibrium plasma coagulation. Nonequilibrium plasma hemostasis leads to reduction of the specific volume of white and red pulp in early postoperative period. Changes of biochemical values and clinical blood analysis indicate increase in total body responsiveness after surgery. This results and the absence of lethal outcomes among the experimental animals allow to recommend the use of nonequilibrium plasma coagulator for spleen hemostasis.
haemostasis of parenchymal organs, nonequilibrium plasma, surgery of parenchymal organs, spleen trauma
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