Pringle maneuver

Pringle maneuver

(pring′gĕl)
[James Hogarth Pringle, Australian surgeon, 1863–1941]
Securing the hepatic pedicle with a clamp during resection or hepatectomy of the liver to diminish the loss of blood.
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With regard to the Pringle maneuver, the NS group tended to have a shorter clamping time, but the difference was not significant (13 min [5–25 min] vs.
Pringle maneuver deteriorates gut barrier dysfunction induced by extended-liver radiofrequency ablation.
The effects of the Pringle maneuver on the pancreas: Can octreotide be protective?