B D Babadzhanov

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A retrospective comparative analysis of results of surgical treatment of 245 patients with postoperative peritonitis was made. In 114 patients (control group) furacin was used for sanitation of the abdominal cavity, and in 131 patients (main group) sanitation of the abdominal cavity was performed with water-soluble antibacterial ointments. It was(More)
The analyses of treatment results in 82 patients with general purulent peritonitis are presented. In these patients long-term intraarterial catheter therapy (IACT) was included in the complex of postoperative treatment after elimination of infection source. Postoperative peritonitis was in 66 patients, 52 patients of them underwent reoperations for(More)
Experiments were conducted on 63 healthy mongrel dogs to study the character of structural changes in the mucous membrane of the stomach in 50% obstruction of the celiac trunk (21), protracted gradual obstruction of the celiac trunk (22), and protracted gradual occlusion of the celiac trunk and cranial mesenteric artery (20). The authors revealed a direct(More)
The article discusses the results of treatment of 327 patients with generalized peritonitis in the toxic and terminal stages. The patients were divided conditionally into three groups. In the first group (42 patients) treatment consisted in routine cleansing of the abdominal cavity with drainage and introduction of antibiotics into it in the postoperative(More)
The authors describe results of treatment of 117 patients with obstetric and gynecological peritonites. The first group consisted of 43 patients treated by conventional methods. The second group included 74 patients treated by unguent sanitation of the abdominal cavity and prolonged intraarterial catheter (PIAC) against the background of unguent sanitation.(More)
A cytological study was made of the exudation from the abdominal cavity in 131 patient with diffuse peritonitis to determine the time-related course of the inflammatory process in the peritoneum against the background of the therapy conducted. The exudation from the abdominal cavity was assayed at hospital admission, at surgery, and in the postoperative(More)
The analysis of treatment results in 559 patients with diabetes mellitus complicated by foot pyonecrotic lesions was carried out. Surgical treatment was performed in 448 patients considering route of infection spread (basic group), conventional methods of treatment were used in 111 patients (control group). It is shown that one of the causes of unsuccessful(More)
The carried out researches concerning initial nidus of infection have shown a high rate of anaerobic infection especially in patients with destructive-suppurative lung disease, liver abscess, peritonitis (up to 82.8%). An aerobic-anaerobic association of microbes remarkably often is found in the nidus of infection. We recommend the following preventive(More)