TITLE

Umbilical Hernia Repair in Cirrhotic Patients: Utility of Temporary Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter

AUTHOR(S)
Slakey, Douglas P.; Benz, Cynthia C.; Joshi, Shobha; Regenstein, Fredric G.; Florman, Sander S.
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
American Surgeon;Jan2005, Vol. 71 Issue 1, p58
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Umbilical herniorrhaphy in cirrhotic patients with ascites is associated with a significant morbidity, recurrence rate, and mortality and therefore is often managed expectantly. Operative repair is indicated if an ascites leak or infection develops. Surgeons must consider the management of postoperative ascites to reduce recurrence rates and complications. We present a unique method using temporary peritoneal dialysis catheter placement (PD). Eight patients with moderate to massive ascites underwent umbilical herniorrhaphy with concomitant peritoneal dialysis placement. Patients have been followed for 8 to 30 months. All patients had successful repair of their hernia with 1 recurrence at 6 months and 1 late death (14 months). Patients were able to effectively control ascites using the PD catheter at home. There were no postoperative infections. The placement of a temporary PD catheter during umbilical herniorrhaphy provides a method for effective control of ascites in patients with cirrhosis. The technique has several advantages including outpatient management during the postoperative period and for easy removal of the catheter when no longer needed.
ACCESSION #
16016488

 

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