Preliminary outcomes of lumbar disk herniation surgical procedure by Endoscopic Destandau Methodology.
J Clin Orthop Trauma. 2018 Mar;9(Suppl 1):S149-S151
Authors: Mostofi Ok, Khouzani RK
Background: The incidence of Disc herniation is about 2-Three% of inhabitants. Every year 300,000 procedures carried out in USA. The goal of this paper is to explain the utility of endoscopic process in therapy of lumbar disc herniation.
Strategies: We operated 359 sufferers from September 2013 to December 2016 for lumbar disk herniation by Endoscopic DESTANDAU methodology (EDM). The typical size of surgical procedure was 47 min. We operated 211 male and 148 feminine sufferers. In common, sufferers had ache for four.Three months earlier than surgical procedure.
Outcomes: 310 sufferers grew to become ache free in six weeks and 332 after Three months. We had 7 recurrent herniation. Amongst these sufferers four have been operated for the second time with success. Three sufferers refused to be operated. And had infiltration. We had 1 deep an infection and three cutaneous infections. Now we have 7 two SCF fluid leak. Amongst them Three wanted second operation.
Conclusions: The sufferers are admitted the day of surgical procedure and are discharged the day after surgical procedure. EDM is an effective different surgical procedure for lumbar disk herniation as compared with classical surgical procedure. The period of hospitalization is shorter and restoration is quicker.
PMID: 29628718 [PubMed]