doi: 10.25005/2074-0581-2011-13-4-29-34
Results of surgical treatment of acute calculous cholecystitis in elderly and senile patients using different techniques

R. Rakhmatullayev, A.K. Norov, J.M. Kurbanov, B.B. Dzhononov, U.M. Khamroev

The results of surgical treatment of 168 elderly and senile patients with acute calculous cholecystitis were presented in the article. Laparoscopic techniques used 68 patients, mini-laparotomy accessfor 50 patients, in the control group 50 patients underwent to surgery in the traditional way. The analysis of postoperative outcomes of acute calculous cholecystitis in elderly and senile patients showed 16% of early postoperative complications after traditional cholecystectomy, after laparoscopic cholecystectomy - 10.3%, and after surgery using mini-laparotomy access - 6%. The average hospital stay of patients' stay in hospital was 14±1,5; 5,9±1,5; 5,2±1,2, respectively, which indicates a high efficiency method of surgery using minimally invasive surgery.

Keywords: cholelithiasis, acute calculous cholecystitis, cholecystectomy , minilaparotomy, choledohoduodenostomy , minimally invasive surgery.

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