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Since 1982 we have operated on more than 150 patients using the laparoscopic appendectomy technique. Our complication rate was 0.75% and the patients included six pregnant women in all stages of pregnancy. There were no complications in this group of six women.
The results of laparoscopic appendectomy under outpatient conditions are reported here from a retrospective analysis of the data for 78 women (aged 17-55) selected as having clinically acute or subacute appendicitis. Patients with severe disease presenting with sepsis or peritonitis were excluded, since they were referred to hospital. The duration of the… (More)
Experience and the surgical technique of laparoscopic appendectomy in 70 female patients over a period of more than three years is described. Three women were pregnant. Complications occurred in one case.
From 1988 to 1989, we operated on 784 women in our daily ambulant clinic. In 462 of these cases, we performed laparoscopic surgery with 679 therapeutical interventions. Sterilisation is the most frequent operation in our cases of Fallopian tube surgery, but we have also had tubal pregnancy in 5 cases. In ovarian surgery, we found a great number of benign… (More)
This study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of two approaches to instructing hospitalized patients with diabetes mellitus on the food exchange system. Both groups were given the same pretest and post-test, but one group received self-instruction and the other group received classroom instruction. The pretest scores of the two groups indicated… (More)
Die laparoskopische Appendektomie stellt eine wenig belastende kausale Therapie der Appendizitis in der Schwangerschaft dar und ist unter Beachtung der üblichen klinischen Prämissen auch ambulant durchführbar, wie anhand von 3 Fällen in der 4., 18. und 19. SSW dargelegt wird. Intraoperativ kam es bei einer Patientin zu einer leichten Komplikation, die aber… (More)