Volume : 08, Issue : 01, January – 2021
175.A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY ON THE COMPLICATIONS OF EXTUBATION BEFORE CHEST TUBE REMOVAL IN THORACIC SYMPATHECTOMY SURGERY
Saadum Minallah, Hassan Imtiaz, Waqas Ahmed
Objective: To review our ambulatory surgery institutional experience by a chest, drain removal before the extubation in thoracic sympathectomy surgery was the aim of this study.
Material and Methods: A retrospective analysis has been performed of patients who suffered thoracic sympathectomy. This study was conducted at Aziz Fatima hospital Faisalabad and the duration of this study was from November 2019 to July 2020.
Results: The number of patients was seventeen who underwent thoracic bilateral sympathectomy during this research. During this study, 5 males were operated against 12 females. In the age ranging between 17 to 33 years, the average age was taken as 24.47 years. During all frame times, nothing such as chest X-ray disorder was identified. There was no question of developing respiratory distress during after operation period. Furthermore, no postoperative morbidities were found during the follow up. There was a level of complete satisfaction among all patients regarding the procedure at the finishing of the follow up.
Conclusion: Provided the patient is well selected, the ambulatory thoracic surgery procedures can be securely & effectively applied. Large number of patients can be benefitted from alleviated thoracic surgery & the progress on operative mini-invasive techniques will go higher.
Keywords :Video Thoracic Surgery, Thoracic Sympathectomy, Ambulatory Surgery
Cite This Article:
Please cite this article in press Saadum Minallah et al, A Retrospective Study On The Complications Of Extubation Before Chest Tube Removal In Thoracic Sympathectomy Surgery., Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2021; 08(1).
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