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Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2018; 31 (4 [Special]): 1671-1674
in English | IMEMR | ID: emr-199265


To observe and analyze the effect of CT-guided drug injection around the nerve root in the treatment of lumbar disc herniation the 140 patients diagnosed with lumbar disc herniation in our hospital, were selected as the study subjects for CT-guided drug injection around the nerve root and treatment efficacy was observed. According to the modified Mac Nab criteria, there were 80 cases, 50 cases, 6 cases of excellent and good rate at 92.86%; the patients whose onset time was less than three months and more than three months were compared in terms of VAS scores before and after surgery. The result showed that the postoperative pain score was significantly lower in patients whose onset time was less than three months compared to those whose onset time was more than three months, P<0.05; observation of patients' quality of life before and after treatment shows great improvement in quality of life after treatment, P<0.05. the treatment of lumbar disc herniation with CT-guided drug injection around the nerve root can achieve relatively good results with significantly improved therapeutic effect and grear application value

Cancer Research and Clinic ; (6): 38-42, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-712761


Objective To compare the clinical efficacy of single utility port and multiple utility ports thoracoscopic lobectomy in the treatment of peripheral lung cancer, and to study the operation skills, relative merit and feasibility of the single utility port thoracoscopic lobectomy. Methods The clinical data was analyzed retrospectively for 223 cases with stage Ⅰ orⅡ of peripheral lung cancer who underwent thoracoscopic lobectomy from July 2011 to November 2014 in Shanxi Provincial Cancer Hospital. Among 223 cases, 78 cases received single utility port thoracoscopic lobectomy (single utility port group), 145 cases received 2 or 3 utility ports thoracoscopic lobectomy (multiple utility ports group). The clinical outcomes involved time of operation, intraoperative blood loss,chest drainage, postoperative hospital stay, stations of lymph node dissection, numbers of lymph node dissection, rate of turn to open, postoperative complications, 2-year survival rate and disease free survival rate. Results No perioperative death occurred in both groups. There was no statistical difference between single utility port group and multiple utility ports group in operation time [(157.4 ±13.6) min vs. (151.3 ±23.2) min], intraoperative blood loss [(180.77 ±59.97) ml vs.(171.31 ±77.51) ml],chest drainage [(370.26 ±146.09) ml vs. (351.17 ±159.07) ml], lymph node dissection stations (4.29±0.65 vs. 4.21±0.73), lymph node dissection number (11.50±2.30 vs. 11.04±2.29), rate of turn to open [(5.13 % (4/78) vs. 4.83 % (7/145)], incidence of postoperative complications [17.95 % (14/78) vs. 15.86%(23/145)], postoperative hospital stay [(8.74±0.51) d vs. (9.48±0.63) d], 2-year survival rate [96.15 %(75/78) vs. 93.79%(136/145)] and 2-year disease free survival rate [80.77 % (63/78) vs. 82.07 % (119/145)] (all P>0.05). Conclusions The single utility port thoracoscopic lobectomy could achieve the same clinical results as the multiple utility ports. The single utility port thoracoscopic lobectomy is a safe, effective and feasible surgical procedure.