Stanislav Trca

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A total of 1511 patients were operated on at the 1st Department of Surgery Charles University in Prague during 1996 through 2000. Of this number, 81.3% underwent surgery for primary and 18.7% for recurrent inguinal hernia. Among the patients with recurrences, 81% had the first, 15% patients the second, and 4% at least the third episode of recurrent hernia.(More)
Diagnosis and treatment of the penetrating injury of the chest is quite difficult. In all types/sizes of hospitals/these injuries has to be immediately treated in surgery departments. Often decision about the optimal treatment of these injuries is quite difficult. In this paper experience with 37 cases of penetrated trauma is presented. Authors defined(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of the prospective study was to characterize the disturbance of gastric electrical control activity in different types of ileus and to correlate surface electrogastrography (EGG) findings with a set of inflammatory markers. PATIENTS AND METHODS Fifty-four adult patients with mechanic, vascular and paralytic ileus proven on clinical and(More)
Hip trauma and surgery are associated with systemic inflammatory reaction. However, little evidence exists about the role of IL-6. In order to assess the inflammatory response, we evaluated white blood cell (WBC) count, C-reactive protein (CRP) and IL-6 dynamics in sequential pre- and postsurgical samples collected from 125 elderly patients (mean age 78+/-9(More)
OBJECTIVE Hip surgery represents a major intervention associated with significant inflammatory response. The objective of our study was to compare markers of systemic inflammation and soluble adhesive molecules in patients undergoing elective hip replacement to those with hip fracture either intracapsular (IC) or extracapsular (EC). DESIGN We included 65(More)
Laparoscopic pancreatic procedures are still at the stage of evaluation with regard to their indications and the technical variation used. Laparoscopic pancreatic surgery is currently used for staging malignant pancreatic tumours, for the resection of benign pancreatic tumours and for the occasional management of inflammatory disorders of the pancreas.(More)
  • S Trca, J Sváb
  • 2008
Fulminant phlegmone of the abdominal wall is a very rare, however feared and severe complication, which may develop following open, as well as laparoscopic appendectomies. Most studies and the common opinion consider the open procedures to be of a greater risk of early infectious complications, while the laparoscopic procedures, compared to the open(More)
UNLABELLED Postoperative pain management is an important part of complex perioperative care in patients undergoing thoracotomy, irrespective of the procedure type. Adequate pain relief leads to early mobilisation, improves respiratory functions and decreases global stress response. Thus, good perioperative pain management significantly reduces postoperative(More)