Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Mozes K.B.

Kemerovo State Medical University, Assistant of Department of Poly clinic Therapy and Nursing

Comparative analysis of efficiency of two techniques of endoscopic organ sparing surgery at ectopic tubal pregnancy

Year: 2019, volume 15 Issue: №1 Pages: 14-18
Heading: Obstetrics and Gynecology Article type: Original article
Authors: Fetisheva L.E., Mozes V.G., Mozes K.B.
Organization: Kemerovo State Medical University
Summary:

Aim: to compare the effectiveness of salpingostomy with the subsequent evacuation of the ovum and the resection of a part of the ampulla of the fallopian tube with the ovum and the subsequent neostomatoplasty in the treatment of tubal pregnancy. Material and Methods. A retrospective randomized study of the effectiveness of two techniques of endoscopic organ-sparing surgical treatment of ectopic tubal pregnancy was conducted. Results. The time for performing salpingostomy and resection was 11.8±1.5 minutes and 21±2 minutes, respectively (U[12458]=0, p=0.001). Compared with salpingostomy, the thread did not lead to the appearance of a trophoblast, which was accompanied by a decrease in the degree of adhesions in the pelvis in the third month of observation (PAI showed 2 (2; 2) and 0 (0; 1) points, respectively U =759, p=0.001; R-AFS corresponded to the minimum degree of severity: 2(0; 2) and 0 (0; 0) points, respectively (U4 =1076, p=0.001); according to the modified classification of the degree of adhesions in the pelvis after cesarean section corresponded to the minimum degree of severity: 4 (0;4) and 0 (0;4) points, respectively (U[12458]=2617, p=0.006)and more frequent the operated fallopian tube (30.6% and 58,6%, respectively, p=0.001)was accompanied by a more frequent onset of spontaneous uterine pregnancy by the 12th month of observation (12.9% and 29,3%, respectively, p=0.007) and delivery to 18 months of observation (3.2% and 15.5%, respectively, p=0.001). Conclusion. Despite the higher technical complexity, resection of a part of the ampulla of the fallopian tube with a fetal egg and subsequent neostomatoplasty is an effective alternative to salpingostomy andmay be used in women with an ectopic pregnancy wishing to preserve reproductive function.

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Comparative analysis of efficiency of two techniques of endoscopic organ sparing surgery at ectopic tubal pregnancy

Year: 2019, volume 15 Issue: №1 Pages: 14-18
Heading: Obstetrics and Gynecology Article type: Original article
Authors: Fetisheva L.E., Mozes V.G., Mozes K.B.
Organization: Kemerovo State Medical University
Summary:

Aim: to compare the effectiveness of salpingostomy with the subsequent evacuation of the ovum and the resection of a part of the ampulla of the fallopian tube with the ovum and the subsequent neostomatoplasty in the treatment of tubal pregnancy. Material and Methods. A retrospective randomized study of the effectiveness of two techniques of endoscopic organ-sparing surgical treatment of ectopic tubal pregnancy was conducted. Results. The time for performing salpingostomy and resection was 11.8±1.5 minutes and 21±2 minutes, respectively (U[12458]=0, p=0.001). Compared with salpingostomy, the thread did not lead to the appearance of a trophoblast, which was accompanied by a decrease in the degree of adhesions in the pelvis in the third month of observation (PAI showed 2 (2; 2) and 0 (0; 1) points, respectively U =759, p=0.001; R-AFS corresponded to the minimum degree of severity: 2(0; 2) and 0 (0; 0) points, respectively (U4 =1076, p=0.001); according to the modified classification of the degree of adhesions in the pelvis after cesarean section corresponded to the minimum degree of severity: 4 (0;4) and 0 (0;4) points, respectively (U[12458]=2617, p=0.006)and more frequent the operated fallopian tube (30.6% and 58,6%, respectively, p=0.001)was accompanied by a more frequent onset of spontaneous uterine pregnancy by the 12th month of observation (12.9% and 29,3%, respectively, p=0.007) and delivery to 18 months of observation (3.2% and 15.5%, respectively, p=0.001). Conclusion. Despite the higher technical complexity, resection of a part of the ampulla of the fallopian tube with a fetal egg and subsequent neostomatoplasty is an effective alternative to salpingostomy andmay be used in women with an ectopic pregnancy wishing to preserve reproductive function.

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