Intensive Therapy of the Respiratory Failure Arising after the Plasty of Large Ventral HerniasJournal: Anaesthesia & Critical Care Medicine Journal (Vol.3, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2018-09-20
Authors : Hasanov FJ Musayeva NZ Asgarova GA; Abbasova MT;
Page : 1-2
Keywords : Respiratory failure; Intra - abdominal pressure; Noninvasive ventilation;
The pressure within the abdominal cavity is normally little more than atmospheric pressure [1-3]. However, even small increases in intra-abdominal pressure can have adverse effects on renal function, cardiac output, hepatic blood flow, respiratory mechanics and intracranial pressure [4-6]. Significant increases in intra-abdominal pressure are seen in a wide variety of conditions commonly encountered in the intensive care unit .Abdominal compartment syndrome describes the combination of increased intra-abdominal pressure and end-organ dysfunction, has a high mortality [1,4,8]. One of the post-operational complications of the plastics of large ventral hernia is the development of respiratory failure (RF) . This is caused by increased intra-abdominal pressure (IAP), encountered in 62% of patients with large ventral hernia.
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