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The results obtained by the authors show that in the postsurgery period (the 4-th to the 7-th day after surgery) there occurs a lowering of the immunological capacity of the organism, a fact that explains, in part at least, the postoperative septic complications that are more frequent in this period.
In a group of patients undergoing various surgical interventions the authors have investigated the dynamics of serum immunoglobulins following anesthesic-surgical stress. The changes that have been observed are determined either by a general catabolic reaction which occurs after aggression, or by the polymicrobial antigenic stimulation, as a result of… (More)
AIM Incisional hernias represent a late onset complication of any type of laparotomy, with a relatively high incidence, and reported in 2% to 11% of all laparotomies. MATERIAL AND METHODS We performed a prospective longitudinal study that included a total number of 102 patients. The following parameters were monitored: patient history clinical findings,… (More)