Adenoidectomy data for the hydrogen peroxide and control groups Study patients Hydrogen peroxide group (n=117) (n=58) Operation time (min) 10.50[+ or -]1.91 8.67[+ or -]0.48 Hemostasis time (min) 4.71[+ or -]1.07 3.67[+ or -]0.27 Recurettage and/or 8 (6.8%) 3 (5.2%) bipolar electrocauterization
Control group (n=59) p (a) Operation time (min) 12.30[+ or -]0.69 <0.001 Hemostasis time (min) 5.73[+ or -]0.31 <0.001 Recurettage and/or 5 (8.5%) 0.717 bipolar electrocauterization
(a) Chi-square test for categorical data and Student's t-test for continuous data
was performed on the eyes in Group 1 according to the method described below.
Surgical intervention and electrocauterization
are re- served for residual lesions or correction of deformities.
All patients underwent transurethral electrocauterization
of their ulcers, which resulted in immediate pain relief.
--total ischemia ligation of four blood vessels (electrocauterization
of the vertebral artery, with bilateral ligation of carotid artery by paraffined thread for 10 min, followed by perfusion lasting 60 min), marked as R-group, 4 animals
This study shows that diluted vasopressin may decrease operation time and electrocauterization
frequency during laparoscopic stripping of ovarian endometriomas; however, the difference between case and control groups was not statistically significant.
Several treatments including surgery, cryotherapy, electrocauterization
, laser or topical agents all focus on eradicating the lesions; however, the treatment strategy can vary depending on the disease location, severity, and the patients immune status .
(4) Possible treatment modalities have been reported, including surgical excision, laser ablation, cryotherapy, electrocauterization
, interferon, and retinoic acid.
* PATIENT'S CLAIM The ObGyn used excessive electrocauterization
during the first operation, leading to fistula development.
is a process by which tissue is burnt using heat conduction from a metal probe heated by electric current.
Severe acanthosis or pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia can lead to the development of unusually large lesions which should be treated with electrocauterization
, cryotherapy or surgical excision.5