Minimally invasive surgery in the era of step-up approach for treatment of severe acute pancreatitis

Olga Morató, Ignasi Poves, Lucas Ilzarbe, Aleksandar Radosevic, Antonia Vázquez-Sánchez, Juan Sánchez-Parrilla, Fernando Burdío, Luís Grande

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© 2018 IJS Publishing Group Ltd Objectives: To assess the minimally invasive surgery into the step-up approach procedures as a standard treatment for severe acute pancreatitis and comparing its results with those obtained by classical management. Methods: Retrospective cohort study comparative with two groups treated over two consecutive, equal periods of time were defined: group A, classic management with open necrosectomy from January 2006 to June 2010; and group B, management with the step-up approach with minimally invasive surgery from July 2010 to December 2014. Results: In group A, 83 patients with severe acute pancreatitis were treated, of whom 19 underwent at least one laparotomy, and in 5 any minimally invasive surgery. In group B, 81 patients were treated: minimally invasive surgery was necessary in 17 cases and laparotomy in 3. Among operated patients, the time from admission to first interventional procedures was significantly longer in group B (9 days vs. 18.5 days; p = 0.042). There were no significant differences in Intensive Care Unit stay or overall stay: 9.5 and 27 days (group A) vs. 8.5 and 21 days (group B). Mortality in operated patients and mortality overall were 50% and 18.1% in group A vs 0% and 6.2% in group B (p < 0.001 and p = 0.030). Conclusions: The combination of the step-up approach and minimally invasive surgery algorithm is feasible and could be considered as the standard of treatment for severe acute pancreatitis. The mortality rate deliberately descends when it is used.
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Páginas (desde-hasta)164-169
PublicaciónInternational Journal of Surgery
Volumen51
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 1 mar 2018

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