Ruzibaev RY, Yakubov FR and Sapaev DSH*
Urgench Branch of the Tashkent Medical Academy, Urgench, The Republic of Uzbekistan
*Corresponding Author: Sapaev DSH, Urgench Branch of the Tashkent Medical Academy, Urgench, The Republic of Uzbekistan.
Received: April 12, 2022; Published: May 31, 2022
The results of diagnostics and treatment of patients with liver echinococcosis were analyzed for the period from 2010 to 2020. The follow-up amounted to 59 patients with recurrent liver echinococcosis.The acid-forming function of the stomach was analyzed in 34 patients who were on inpatient treatment for liver echinococcosis. Indicators of secretion were reliably biased towards hypoacidity.We examined 31 families of patients. The total number of examined was 93. In 66,7% of family members who had previously been operated on for echinococcosis, reduced acidity was found.This indicates that the risk of infection with echinococcosis is much higher in a hypoacid state than in normoacidic or hyperacidic gastric juice.A method of using drugs based on albendazole in the preoperative period, as well as to prevent relapses in the postoperative period, has been developed and proposed. The analysis of the incidence of liver echinococcosis in all districts of the Khorezm region was carried out.In all areas , especially in the most endemic ones, sanitary and educational activities are carried out both among the population and among the medical staff of regional clinics. Conducted interconnection with the veterinary service of the region, as well as with the sanitary and epidemiological bodies.The proposed method for applying Decasan residual cavity treatment and ultrasonic cavitation has shown impressive efficiency due to the lower number of relapses.
Keywords: Liver Echinococcosis; Hypoacidity; Prevention of Echinococcosis with Hypoacidity; Perioperative Prevention of Recurrence of Liver Echinococcosis; Method of Echinococcectomy
Citation: Sapaev DSH., et al. “Modern Approaches in the Treatment of the Prevention of Liver Echinococcosis". Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 5.6 (2022): 89-93.
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