A STUDY OF UTILITY OF DRAIN FLUID PH FOR RAPID DETECTION OF INFECTIOUS COMPLICATION AFTER ABDOMINAL SURGERY

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Dr. Rohit Yadav

Abstract

Background: The onset of infectious complications following abdominal surgery may be insidious, their presence obscure and the diagnosis difficult.


Methods: A prospective study of patient in whom emergency laprotomy was performed and post operative abdominal drain fluid analysis was done by ph for rapid detection of infectious complications.


Results: In our study those patients who developed intraabdominal complications (Failure) there 65.3% of samples have pH <7.1 and 34% samples have pH >7.1.While in patients who considered cured & improved 76.62% samples have pH >7.1 & 23.37% have pH <7.1


Conclusion: The pH during the postoperative follow-up period to evaluate the potential for rapid, simple, and early detection of infectious complications following abdominal surgery.


Keywords: PH, Infection, Drain, Fluid.

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Yadav, D. R. (2019). A STUDY OF UTILITY OF DRAIN FLUID PH FOR RAPID DETECTION OF INFECTIOUS COMPLICATION AFTER ABDOMINAL SURGERY. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 3(8). https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v3i8.454
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