Necrosectomy Followed by Closed Cavity Lavage for Necrotising Pancreatitis – Report of Three Cases

Necrotizing Pancreatitis is a life threatening condition involving pancreas, peri pancreatic and retroperitoneal tissues. It’s serious regional and systemic involvement causes multiple organ or system failure. Planned and carefully performed necresectomy followed by closed cavity lavage can significantly reduce the mortality and morbidity of this catastrophic condition. Meticulous preoperative resuscitation, preparation and operative necrosectomy followed by continuos irrigation in the postoperative period were done in three consecutive patients. The operative procedure including postoperative management and follow up is reported and ana~yzed.


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