Analysis of risk factors for subcutaneous emphysema after urology department of Da Vinci robotic surgery and risk model construction
Keywords:Urology, Da Vinci robotic surgery, subcutaneous emphysema
AbstractThis study aims to retrospectively analyze the incidence of postoperative subcutaneous emphysema in patients with Da Vinci robotic surgery, in order to clarify the influencing factors, and establish a risk prediction model, early prevention and early intervention treatment, so as to reduce the occurrence of subcutaneous emphysema and further development of harm to patients. By selecting 120 patients in our hospital and divided into control group and experimental group according to the requirements, the risk factors of subcutaneous emphysema were observed and analyzed. Finally, there were statistical differences in age, operation duration, repeated access into human tissue, and pneumoperitoneum pressure (P <0.05). Finally, by controlling the variable factors and effective postoperative care, reduce the occurrence of subcutaneous emphysema in urology robotic surgery.
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