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British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, ISSN: 2231-0614,Vol.: 18, Issue.: 6


The Role of Bacterial Translocation in Development of Acute Intestinal Obstruction


Shavkat Karimov1, Sayfiddin Baymakov1* and Asqar Asrarov1

1Tashkent Medical Academy, Farobi-2 Almazar District, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Article Information
(1) Syed Faisal Zaidi, Department of Basic Medical Sciences, College of Medicine, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University-HS, National Guard Health Affairs, King Abdulaziz Medical City, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
(1) Hasan Sedeek Mahmoud ali, South Valley University, Egypt.
(2) Wagner Loyola, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Brazil.
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Aim: Studying of quantity and quality content of intestinal microflora and abdominal cavity exudate in complex treatment of acute intestinal obstruction with addition of enterosorption.

Materials and Methods: It was investigated the results of treatment of 63 patients with acute intestinal nontumoral obstruction at the age from 16 up to 83 years old. The patients were divided into 2 groups according to the treatment measures: the group without enterosorption and the group with the using of domestic enterosorbent “Zerotox”. The gut microflora and abdominal cavity exudate were investigated.

Results of Investigation: The addition enterosorption to the complex of enteral measures permitted of significant improvement of quality and quantity content of intestinal microflora, as well as early stopped of exudation in abdominal cavity and because of it the frequency of postoperative complications decreased from 20% down to 7,9%, and mortality from 8% down to 2,6%.

Conclusion: The using of enterosorption in complex of enteral measures permits to significant improves the results of treatment of acute intestinal obstruction.

Keywords :

Acute intestinal obstruction; intestinal insufficiency syndrome; bacterial translocation; enteral measures; enterosorption; zerotox. 

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DOI : 10.9734/BJMMR/2016/28653

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