Your browser doesn't support javascript.
Show: 20 | 50 | 100
Results 1 - 2 de 2
Add filters

Year range
Journal of Southern Medical University ; (12): 649-653, 2023.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-986974


OBJECTIVE@#To evaluate the safety and efficacy of reverse partial lung resection for treatment of pediatric pulmonary cysts combined with lung abscesses or thoracic abscess.@*METHODS@#We retrospectively analyzed the clinical data of children undergoing reverse partial lung resection for complex pulmonary cysts in our hospital between June, 2020 and June, 2021.During the surgery, the patients lay in a lateral position, and a 3-5 cm intercostal incision was made at the center of the lesion, through which the pleura was incised and the fluid or necrotic tissues were removed.The anesthesiologist was instructed to aspirate the sputum in the trachea to prevent entry of the necrotic tissues in the trachea.The cystic lung tissue was separated till reaching normal lung tissue on the hilar side.The proximal end of the striated tissue in the lesion was first double ligated with No.4 silk thread, the distal end was disconnected, and the proximal end was reinforced with continuous sutures with 4-0 Prolene thread.The compromised lung tissues were separated, and the thoracic cavity was thoroughly flushed followed by pulmonary inflation, air leakage management and incision suture.@*RESULTS@#Sixteen children aged from 3 day to 2 years underwent the surgery, including 3 with simple pulmonary cysts, 11 with pulmonary cysts combined with pulmonary or thoracic abscess, 1 with pulmonary cysts combined with tension pneumothorax and left upper lung bronchial defect, and 1 with pulmonary herpes combined with brain tissue heterotaxy.All the operations were completed smoothly, with a mean operation time of 129 min, an mean hospital stay of 11 days, and a mean drainage removal time of 7 days.All the children recovered well after the operation, and 11 of them had mild air leakage.None of the children had serious complications or residual lesions or experienced recurrence of infection after the operation.@*CONCLUSION@#Reverse partial lung resection is safe and less invasive for treatment of complex pediatric pulmonary cysts complicated by infections.

Humans , Child , Abscess , Retrospective Studies , Lung/surgery , Cysts/surgery , Bronchi
Chinese Journal of Applied Clinical Pediatrics ; (24): 1660-1662, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-481662


Objective To detect the incidence of inherited metabolic diseases(IMD)and disorders of metabo-lism in 4 710 high - risk infants,as well as providing basis of clinical diagnosis and treatment by using urease pretreat-ment - gas chromatography - mass spectrometry(UP - GC - MS). Methods Samples were collected from high - risk infants with IMD,after removing urea,putting in internal standard,removing protein,vacuum drying and bis (trimethyl - silyl)trifluoroacetamide / trimethyl - chlorosilane derivativing,UP - GC - MS was used to analyze compo-sitions such as organic acids,amino acids,carbohydrates,pyridoxines,purines and pyrimidines,then metabolic analysis was proceeded to refer to the normal detection value of the healthy children,finally a metabolic diagnosis was made ba-sing on the clinical data such as the high - risk clinical manifestations and general biochemical tests and other special examinations. Results In the 4 710 cases,there were 98 cases of IMD(2. 1% ),326 cases of suspected IMD(6. 9% ), 2 610 cases of metabolic disorders(55. 4% ). There were 98 cases of IMD,including 57 cases of methylmalonic aciduria,12 cases of propionic acidemia,7 cases of glutaric aciduria,5 cases of hyperphenylalaninemia,maple syrup u-rine disease and multiple carboxylase defects each,4 cases of isovaleric acidemia and 3 cases of 4 - hydroxy butyric acid urine disease. Conclusions UP - GC - MS is a effective way to diagnose IMD and metabolic disorders of infants. Common IMD in Guangdong Province include methylmalonic aciduria,propionic academia,glutaric aciduria,hyperphe-nylalaninemia,maple syrup urine disease and multiple carboxylase defects. The results of the tests can provide effective guidance for diagnosis and treatment of suspected infants.