2019, Cilt 11, Sayı 1, Sayfa(lar) 010-013
Our clinical experience in intestinal atresia patients
Yılmaz Arayıcı1, Özben Yalçın2, Selçuk Otçu3
1Mersin Şehir Hastanesi, Çocuk cerrahi, Mersin, Türkiye
2Sağlık bilimleri üniversitesi, Okmeydanı EAH, Patoloji, İstanbul, Türkiye
3Dicle Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Çocuk cerrahi, Diyarbakır, Türkiye
Keywords: Newborn, intestinal atresia, surgical treatment, clinical follow-up, complications
Doi: 10.35514/mtd.2019.2

Intestinal atresia is a rare congenital malformation that requires surgical intervention. Aim of this study, the results of this experience and share our clinic for the treatment of severe congenital anomalies. To this end, the treatment in our clinic between July 2006 and July 2011 and followedup 75 patients with intestinal atresia were examined. These patients, gender, ekanomalileri, antenatal surveillance, pre-operative follow-up, operation procedure, and complications were evaluated for postoperative follow-up. 33 of these patients (44%) were male and 42 (56%) were female. Most of the cases (60%) had no antenatal diagnosis. The average birth weight of 2520 g. (900-4100 g). Average of 118 hours in our clinic arrival times (5 hours-40 days). Admission, the patients (50%) percent with sepsis. Most of these infants (66%) had additional anomalies. The patients were operated on as soon as appropriate. After surgery, patients were followed up for the baby in intensive care, and experienced personnel. Early diagnosis is very important. Patients should be operated as soon as appropriate. Instead of applying a standard surgical and follow-up, the patient should apply the most appropriate initiatives. Complications, and appropriate intervention should be determined before proceeding.