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임신기간 중의 비산과적 외과 수술

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 Nonobstetric Surgery during Pregnancy 
 정철운  ;  이재길  ;  김경식  ;  홍인철  ;  조장환  ;  김병로 
 Journal of the Korean Surgical Society (대한외과학회지), Vol.57(1) : 125-130, 1999 
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 Journal of the Korean Surgical Society (대한외과학회지) 
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Nonobstetric surgery ; Pregnancy ; Fetal and maternal outcomes
Background: Nonobstertic surgery during pregnancy needs special considerations by the surgeon in relation to the maternal and the fetal outcomes. Although there are many studies about appendicitis in pregnant women, nonobstetric surgery, in general, during pregnancy has not been sufficiently analyzed. In this clinical study, we reviewed the incidences of nonobstetric surgical diseases during pregnancy and observed the maternal and the fetal outcomes of surgery, including the effects of anesthesia and antibiotics. Methods: We retrospectively analyzed 80 patients who were pregnant at the time of operation and who had undergone operations during an 11-year period from March 1986 to April 1997 at Shinchon- and Inchon-Severance Hospital. The distributions of age, disease, and delivery history were analyzed, and the diagnostic characteristics, and the fetal and the maternal outcomes were observed with respect to anesthesia and antibiotic usage. Results: The average age of the patients was 32, and 53% of the patients were over 30. The numbers of patients in the first, the second, and the third trimester were 24 (30%), 36 (45%) and 20 (25%), respectively. The most frequent surgical disease was appendicitis with 52 patients (65%). The average duration of hospitalization was 14.4 days. Twenty-two patients (27.5%) had postoperative preterm labor and were successfully managed with tocolytic agents except for one preterm delivery. The total number of preterm deliveries was 10 (12.5%), and still birth occurred in 3 cases (3.8%). The cases of still birth involved severe original diseases, such as rectal carcinomas, pancreatic carcinomas, and sepsis. Among the antibiotics that were used during surgical care, monotherapy with ampicillin was the most frequently used mode. The incidence frequencies of delivery complications according to the used antibiotics were not significantly different from each other. General endotracheal anesthesia was used in 40 cases, spinal and epidural anesthesia was inducted in 25 and 13 cases, respectively. The incidences of fetal complications according to the methods of was administering anesthesia were not significantly different. Conclusions: The maternal and the fetal risks of nonobstetric surgery during pregnancy depend on the risk of the original surgical disease of the patient. Modes of anesthesia or antibiotic usage do not increase the incidences of obstetric complications.
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Kim, Kyung Sik(김경식) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9498-284X
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