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How important is Hemogram Control in non-surgical follow-up in Stab Injuries?

Abstract

Serhat Meric, Talar Vartanoglu Aktokmakyan*, Nihat Bugdayci, Ahmet Akbas, Nadir Adnan Hacim, Yuksel Altinel, Hakan Yigitbas

Aim: Elective management of stable patients with abdomen stab wounds has become
a gold standard management approach throughout the world. However, there is still
no unique standard of approach. In this study, we aimed to emphasize the differences
in laboratory values between patients who were followed up nonoperatively and those
who were operated on in stab injuries.
Materials and methods: 95 patients who applied to Istanbul Bagcilar Training and
Research Hospital with stab injuries and who were hospitalized in the General Surgery
Department between January 2017 and June 2019 were identified retrospectively.
The patients were divided into two groups and the patients who underwent surgical
treatment in the first group and those who were followed up with medical treatment
and those who underwent diagnostic laparoscopy were included in the second
group. According to the laboratory parameters, age, drug addiction, white blood cell
count (WBC), hemoglobin (HGB), neutrophil (NEU), lymphocyte (LYM), platelet (PLT),
Neutrophil/Lymphocyte Ratio, and Platelet/Lymphocyte ratio groups were examined.Results: 5 of them were women (5.2%) and 90 of them were men (94.7%). It was
observed that there were 38 patients in the first group and 57 patients in the
second group. As a result of the statistical comparison between the two groups,
age, drug addiction white blood cell count (WBC), hemoglobin (HGB), neutrophil
(NEU), lymphocyte (LYM), platelet (plt), neutrophil/lymphocyte ratio, and platelet/
lymphocyte ratio were found that there was no significant difference between the two
groups statistically (P>0.05). The presence of an abdominal stab wound is not always
a marker for increased risk of intraabdominal injury, the surgeon must be awake and
find clues that will benefit her/him while deciding on the operation.
Conclusion: The presence of an abdominal stab wound is not always a marker for
increased risk of intraabdominal injury the surgeon must be awake and find clues that
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