Valoración histológica del daño tisular ocasionado por diferentes medios de corte en piel de conejo

Canal-Andrade, Luis Pablo; Rodríguez-Perales, Marcos; López-Chavira, Adelaido; Pacheco-Ramírez, Moisés Albino; Sánchez-González, Dolores Javier
May 2007
Revista de Sanidad Militar;may/jun2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p162
Academic Journal
Objective. To determine the distance of hemorrhage, inflammatory tissue and infiltrated injury in the histological cuts of the incisions in skin in rabbit made with steel scalpel, monopolar electrosurgical instrument with end colored for microsurgery and monopolar electrosurgical instrument. Methods, Type of study: Expirmental, prospective, blind randomized. Incisions of total thickness in skin of rabbits with steel scalpel, monopolar electrosurgical instrument with end colored for microsurgery and monopolar electrosurgery were made. Incision biopsies from the wound to the 0, 7, 14, 21 and 28 were taken days of the incision. Were made stains of H&E were histologically valued in order to determine the hemorrage range, inflammatory tissue and infiltrated injury. Result. The steel scalpel caused greater hemmorrhage, inflammatory minor infiltrated tissue and smaller injury in the surgical edges. Monopolar electrosurgical instrument with end colored for microsurgery caused moderate hemorrhage, inflammatory tissue and infiltrated injury in the surgical edge. Monopolar electrosurgery caused monitor hemorrhage, greater inflammatory tissue and infiltrated injury in the surgical edge. Conclusion. The best means to make incisions of total thickness in skin were monopolar electrosurgical instrument with end colored for microsurgery due to the minimum hemorrhage and moderate inflammatory tissue and infiltrated injury in the surgical edge, which repels favorably in the healing of the surgical wounds.


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