Surgical treatment in patients with heavy coagulation disorders needs measures that minimize immediate and post-surgical hemorrhagic risk. Besides the subjects afflicted with constitutional coagulation pathologies such as haemophilia A, B, C, AB, Von Willebrand disease, platelet disorders and others, too many are the patients that need pharmacological therapy to impede the creation of intra-vascular coagula. Today, surgical treatment of these patients is possible with the use of human fibrin glue (Tissucol) that permits excellent surgical and post-surgical hemostasis without therapy suspension, independently of coagulation disorder. The purpose of this study is a clinical evaluation of a surgical procedure based on the use of human fibrin glue in association or not with suture, hemostatic sponge and lyophilized dura mater in patients with coagulation disorders. In a group of 309 patients in oral anticoagulant therapy have been done a total of 822 operations such as root fragments extraction with mucoperiosteal flap elevation, teeth or roots simple extractions, third molar extractions, cyst removal, apicoectomies. Only patients with PA over 20% have been treated. All the operations have been leaded with minimal trauma; after the extractions, alveolar margins have been regularized to improve flaps adaptation. Hemostatic sponge or dura mater have been used like basis for the flaps and the fibrin glue, that was injected in the residual cavity after surgical suture. In a few cases, for example with little extraction wounds, only fibrin flue without suture or sponge has been used. In all cases and after all operations, the presence or absence of bleeding has been evaluated after 2 hours, 24 hours, 7 days after surgery.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

[Hemostasis in patients at high hemorrhagic risk].

FRANCHI, Maurizio;MELLA, Roberto;CALURA, Giorgio
1995

Abstract

Surgical treatment in patients with heavy coagulation disorders needs measures that minimize immediate and post-surgical hemorrhagic risk. Besides the subjects afflicted with constitutional coagulation pathologies such as haemophilia A, B, C, AB, Von Willebrand disease, platelet disorders and others, too many are the patients that need pharmacological therapy to impede the creation of intra-vascular coagula. Today, surgical treatment of these patients is possible with the use of human fibrin glue (Tissucol) that permits excellent surgical and post-surgical hemostasis without therapy suspension, independently of coagulation disorder. The purpose of this study is a clinical evaluation of a surgical procedure based on the use of human fibrin glue in association or not with suture, hemostatic sponge and lyophilized dura mater in patients with coagulation disorders. In a group of 309 patients in oral anticoagulant therapy have been done a total of 822 operations such as root fragments extraction with mucoperiosteal flap elevation, teeth or roots simple extractions, third molar extractions, cyst removal, apicoectomies. Only patients with PA over 20% have been treated. All the operations have been leaded with minimal trauma; after the extractions, alveolar margins have been regularized to improve flaps adaptation. Hemostatic sponge or dura mater have been used like basis for the flaps and the fibrin glue, that was injected in the residual cavity after surgical suture. In a few cases, for example with little extraction wounds, only fibrin flue without suture or sponge has been used. In all cases and after all operations, the presence or absence of bleeding has been evaluated after 2 hours, 24 hours, 7 days after surgery.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)
Franchi, Maurizio; Mella, Roberto; S., Bortolini; Calura, Giorgio
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