Comparative Study between Closed and Open Drain after Emergency Laparotomy

Authors

  • Rabah Ali Hussein
  • Jameel I. Azzawi
  • Basim Ghaib Hussein

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15916

Keywords:

drain, laparotomy,drain removal, open drain, closed drain, Active drain, Passive drain.

Abstract

Background: Drain routinely used after laparotomy to drain any intraperitoneal collections, and to drain the
fluid or blood in abdomen after operations.
Methods: prospective study for acute abdomen patients undergoing laparotomy in Department of General
surgery. Samarra General Hospital for open and closed drain.
Result: In our study 30 case of emergency operations with open drain and 30 case of closed drain are placed
and comared.
Conclusions: The incidence of infection, pain, hospital stay, post-operative morbidity not obviously

Author Biographies

Rabah Ali Hussein

M.B.Ch.B.F.I.M.C.S (General Surgery), Department of Surgery, Collage of Medicine, Tikrit University. Tikrit, Iraq

Jameel I. Azzawi

M.B.Ch.B.F.I.M.C.S (General Surgery), Department of Surgery, Collage of Medicine, Tikrit University. Tikrit, Iraq

Basim Ghaib Hussein

M.B.Ch.B.F.I.M.C.S (General Surgery), Department of Surgery, Collage of Medicine, Tikrit University. Tikrit, Iraq

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Hussein, R. A. ., Azzawi, J. I. ., & Hussein, B. G. . (2021). Comparative Study between Closed and Open Drain after Emergency Laparotomy. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 3965-3970. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15916