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Online ISSN 1827-1650
Cardone A., Zarcone R., Giardiello M.
Dipartimento Scienze Ginecologiche Ostetriche e della Riproduzione, Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, Napoli, Italia
Objective. The aim of our study is to obtain the parameters for assessment of patient, so that policy guidelines for surgical procedures to choose from (laparoscopy or laparotomy). This way you get a chance to prefer the choice of surgical approach over another. Moreover, the ultimate goal is to determine if there is any superiority of one surgical technique over another according to clinical parameters.
Methods. This was a randomized observational study, using the comparison between a first sample of 100 patients treated with hysterectomy by laparotomy and a second sample of 100 patients treated with hysterectomy laparoscopy (THL). A comparison of results obtained in the short term whereas the biennium 2007/2008, using as a method of patient selection, the system of systematic randomization.
Results. The results of this work reveals the superiority of laparoscopic hysterectomy over abdominal hysterectomy by taking into account the parameters of evaluation and risk factors.
Conclusions. In conclusion it is important to a precise preoperative evaluation according to specific parameters that impinge on efficacy and safety of laparoscopic surgery. If you made a careful preoperative evaluation of the patient is able to make it even safer laparoscopic surgical technique with a clear superiority in terms of efficacy, safety and less invasiveness of laparoscopy compared to laparotomy.