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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-389447


Objective To investigate the efficacy of recombinant activated factor Ⅶ (γFⅦa)in the management or prevention of intraoporative bleeding in general surgery. Methods A retrospective analysis was made to investigate the effect of FⅦa in 56 surgical cases.There were 56 cases including 53 hepatobiliary cases,3 gastrointestinal surgical cflses.γFⅦa was used intraoperatively when bleeding was difficult to control in 12 patients,and in 30 liver transplant cases before a skin incision was made.γFⅦa was used in the other 14 cases postoperatively to control intraabdominal bleeding. Results Massive bleeding stopped in 11 out of 12 cases who used γFⅦa during the operation as a rescue regimen,though two of them eventually died intraoperatively for deteriorating hemedynamics,one died of intraoperative intractable bleeding in spite of the Use of γFⅦa.All the 30 liver transplant cases used γFⅦa in the prevention of intraoperative bleeding had a successful surgery.After γFⅦa was administered in 11 out of the 14 cases of postoperative bleeding,the drainage decreased by 50%.In 3 cases γFⅦa failed and hemodynamic and vital signs were still unstable.In brief,γFⅦa were safely used in bleeding control or prophylaxis.Its Successful rate reached 89% in 56 patients.No thrombus complication was found. Conclusion γFⅦ a controls perioperative hemorrhage complications.