Factors That Affect Postoperative Intestinal Healing?
I want to ask … what are the factors in the failure of bowel joint surgery
Hello Ifa, thanks for asking.
On the basis of all medical procedures that require removal of a tissue that has been damaged or killed, then to be reconnected with a healthy network, it is likely that the network will be able to connect well or the network cannot be connected.
Several factors can affect the failure of the network connection process, including:
Severe tissue damage before surgery, so that a lot of dead tissue. The more dead tissue, the more likely it is to fail. Tissue infection. Often the dead tissue is infested with infection so that it hinders the healing process. Low endurance. Other accompanying diseases, such as diabetes. If after the estimated time by the doctor but the surgical wound is still not connected, then you should immediately consult with the treating doctor. Especially if signs of severe infection are found, such as high fever, nausea, vomiting and loss of consciousness.
Thus the brief information that I can convey. Regards.