IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF MINIMALLY INVASIVE TREATMENT OF HEMORRHOIDS USING PHLEBOTONICS

V. S. Groshilin, M. F. Cherkasov, L. A. Mirzoev, V. K. Shvetsov
2016 Koloproktologia  
The article describes the experience of application of minimally invasive methods of treatment chronic hemorrhoids stages II-III. The analysis of the effectiveness of methods and stand-alone when combining methods on the basis of the treatment and dynamic follow-up of 493 patients. The analysis of the indications for use, clinical effectiveness and disadvantages of minimally invasive techniques. Substantiated the clinical efficacy of venotonics (micronized flavonoid fraction) in the pre - and
more » ... stoperative treatment in the application of minimally invasive methods of treatment chronic hemorrhoids. Identified the need for a differentiated approach to the definition of indications and choice of a method of minimally invasive surgery depending on the clinical picture of the disease (type, stage, presence of inflammatory changes, bleeding).
doi:10.33878/2073-7556-2016-0-3-18-23 fatcat:qfgyfcgxejczhkp3d66wcv7wxq