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Prospective randomized controlled trial on comparison of standard CO pressure pneumoperitoneum insufflator versus AirSeal®.

Luketina, Rosalia, Luketina, Theodore L H, Antoniou, Stavros A, Köhler, Gernot, Könneker, Sören, Manzenreiter, Lisa, Wundsam, Helwig, Koch, Oliver Owen, Knauer, Michael und Emmanuel, Klaus (2020) Prospective randomized controlled trial on comparison of standard CO pressure pneumoperitoneum insufflator versus AirSeal®. Surgical endoscopy. ISSN 1432-2218

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BACKGROUND AirSeal® is a valve-free insufflation system that enables a stable pneumoperitoneum with continuous smoke evacuation and CO recirculation during laparoscopic surgery. Comparative evidence on the use of AirSeal® and standard CO insufflator in laparoscopic general surgery procedures is scarce. The aim of this study was to compare surgical outcomes between AirSeal® and standard CO insufflators in patients undergoing the most frequently performed laparoscopic procedures. METHODS One hundred and ninety-eight patients undergoing elective laparoscopic cholecystectomy, colorectal surgery and hernia repair were randomized to either AirSeal® (group A) or standard pressure CO insufflator (group S). The primary endpoints were operative time and level of postoperative shoulder tip pain (Visual Analog Scale). Secondary outcomes included Clavien-Dindo grade complications, surgical side effect and length of hospital stay. RESULTS Patients were randomized to either group A (n = 101) or group S (n = 97) and were analyzed by intention-to-treat. There was no significant difference in mean operative time between the groups (median [IQR]; 71 min [56-94] in group A vs. 69 min [52-93] in group S; p = 0.434). Shoulder tip pain levels were significantly lower in group S (VAS 0 [0-3] in group S vs. 2 [0-4] in group A; p = 0.001). There was no significant difference in complications, surgical side effects (subcutaneous emphysema was not observed in any group) and length of hospital stay. CONCLUSION This randomized controlled trial showed that using the AirSeal® system did not reduce operative time and was associated with a higher postoperative shoulder tip pain compared to standard CO insufflator for short elective surgeries. ClinicalTrials.gov (NCT01740011).

Typ des Eintrags: Fachpublikation (peer reviewed)
Bereiche: Ordensklinikum Linz Barmherzige Schwestern > Allgemeinchirurgie mit Viszeralchirurgie
Benutzer: Prof. Reinhold Fuegger
Hinterlegungsdatum: 03 Feb 2021 08:53
Letzte Änderung: 03 Feb 2021 08:53
URI: http://eprints.vinzenzgruppe.at/id/eprint/9107

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