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Gynecologic and Obstetric Prophylactic Hemostasis by Intra-arterial Balloon Occlusion

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Satoru Takeda, Ryohei Kuwatsuru, editors. --Singapore: Springer , c2018.
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This book offers a highly informative guide to interventional radiology such as arterial embolization and arterial balloon occlusion for the prevention of massive hemorrhage and management of cervical myomectomy and cesarean hysterectomy. Recently, catheter intervention for hemostasis in obstetric patients has been increasingly used. Before myomectomy of large cervical leiomyoma or cesarean hysterectomy for placenta percreta with expected massive hemorrhage, a balloon occlusion catheter is inse…
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Takeda, Satoru
Kuwatsuru, Ryohei
Responsibility
Satoru Takeda, Ryohei Kuwatsuru, editors
Place of Publication
Singapore
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (vii, 39 p.) : 21 illus., 16 illus. in color
ISBN
9789811088339
9789811088322 (print ed.)
9789811088346 (print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Balloon Occlusion
Hemostasis, Surgical
Pregnancy Complications, Hematologic - surgery
Uterine Hemorrhage - prevention & control
Specialty
Gynecology
Hematology
Obstetrics
Surgical Procedures, Operative
Abstract
This book offers a highly informative guide to interventional radiology such as arterial embolization and arterial balloon occlusion for the prevention of massive hemorrhage and management of cervical myomectomy and cesarean hysterectomy. Recently, catheter intervention for hemostasis in obstetric patients has been increasingly used. Before myomectomy of large cervical leiomyoma or cesarean hysterectomy for placenta percreta with expected massive hemorrhage, a balloon occlusion catheter is inserted into arteries. In cesarean hysterectomy operations, ligation of internal iliac artery is not always effective in hemostasis of uterine bleeding: the success rate is about 40 -60%. Uterine blood flow during pregnancy is much different from that in non-pregnant women because large numbers of complicated collateral arteries develop during pregnancy, especially in patients with placenta previa. If the internal iliac artery and hypogastric artery are ligated, peripheral blood flow is still maintained, which causes intraoperative problems. The authors argue that effective transcatheter balloon occlusion requires a detailed knowledge of blood flow in both pregnant and non-pregnant women. As such the book provides extensive, detailed anatomical figures and videos offer readers vivid insights into methods of intercepting the uterine blood supply and the surgical methods. The book offers a new and indispensable reference guide for all obstetricians, not only for residents, but also for experienced professionals. It is also a valuable resource for radiologists and radiological technicians and radiology specialists.
Contents
1. Anatomy of Uterine Blood Supply and the Prevention of Massive Hemorrhage -- 2. Application and Methods of the Arterial Balloon Occlusion for the Prophylaxis of Massive Hemorrhage in Gynecologic Fields -- 3. Application and Methods of Arterial Embolization for Prophylaxis and Treatment of Massive Hemorrhage in Obstetric Fields -- 4. Temporary Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Internal Iliac Arteries to Prevent Hemorrhage During Uterine Cervical Myomectomy -- 5. Temporary Arterial Balloon Occlusion for Obstetrical Field.
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