July 30th, 2016
The use of ultrasound in the operating room by the surgeon is on the increase, and the use of ultrasound for endoscopists Laparoscopists and develop. These guidelines are intended to provide current recommendations on the use and benefits of laparoscopic ultrasonography (LUS) for surgeons. They are not intended to show the unique benefits and applications than those that are available to make a recommendation data. All the endorsements are based on current medical evidence, and are reported according to the evidence.
Clinical practice guidelines are intended to indicate the best way available for medical conditions determined by systematic review of available data and expert opinion. The proposed approach is not necessarily the only acceptable approach taking into account the complexity of the health care environment. These guidelines are designed to be flexible, as the surgeon should always choose the method that best suits variables of patients and in the time...
July 28th, 2016
The Use of Laparoscopic Ultrasound
Although laparoscopic scrutiny solo names most cases of metastatic disease, such as superficial hepatic wounds and peritoneal seeding, the add on of LUS profits a subset of patients. No extra unwholesomeness has been reported for LUS when added to arranging laparoscopy. Its utilization increases the operative time by 15-20 seconds, which looks sensible for the added symptomatic benefit.
Because of the limited quality of the available evidence showing a benefit of arranging laparoscopy and the absence of clear verbal description of the extra benefit of LUS therein background, our ability to provide a strong testimonial for the routine employment of LUS in pretherapeutic theatrical production of esophageal malignant neoplastic disease is limited. Nevertheless, DECILITRE with sonography should be studied in patients with esophagogastric malignances who do not have metastatic disease on superiority scaffolding COMPUTERIZED...