Title: Acute Mesenteric Ischemi a (AMI): A surgical perspective

  • Nissar Shaikh Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Sayed Muhammad Ali Acute care Surgery section, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Zia Aftab Acute care Surgery section, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Umm-E-Amara Medical student: Apollo Institute of Medical s ciences and research, Hyderabad, India.
  • Arshad Chanda Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Muhammad Zubair Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Jazib Hassan Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Ahmed A. Jalil Acute care Surgery section, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Mohammad Nayeemuddin Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Mohammad Burhan Khan Acute care Surgery section, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • Inamullah Surgery section, Al - Khor Hos pital/Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar.
  • A. G. Tharayil Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.
  • A. R. Raju Vegesna Surgical intensive care unit, Hamad Medical Corporation Doha, Qatar , & Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar.

Abstract

Acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI) is a rare surgical emergency as it involves perfusion and need frequent surgical interventions. It is a life threatening emergency with a poor prognosis. It is classified according to the etiological basis thromboembolism, n on - obstructive and venous origin. AMI has various risk factors ranging from cardiac arrhythmias to the intraabdominal hypertension. Apart from the signs and symptoms , the mu l ti - detector computer tomography remains a diagnostic tool with accuracy. In the ma nagement of AMI patients’ initial resuscitation, hydration and analgesia play important role , however the operative /interventional management is either endovascular thrombectomy with or without stenting when there is no bowel involvement or peritonitis. T he laparotomy with open vascular thrombectomy with vascular graft, it is indicated when bowel involvement and peritonitis patients. Often the whole bowel is gangrenous and no further treatment is needed because of certain mortality. The 2 nd step is to know the extent of bowel involvement meticulously and resection of bowel with necrosis or gangrene with anastomosis, further relook laparotomies and resection of the bowel may be need. Initially abdomen will be closed with Bagota bag or VAC (Vacuum Assisted Cl osed) dressing and final staged abdominal closer, once pathology resolves complete ly. As fa r as prevention of all types of AMI is considered, to date there are no proven preventive measures are available.

Keywords: Acute mesenteric ischemia, anti - coagulation, bowel ischemia, bowel resection, endovascular interventions, inferior mesenteric artery and vein open surgical thrombectomy, small and large bowel, superior mesenteric artery and vein, staged abdominal closer.

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Published
2019-02-05
Citation
Shaikh et al. (201 9 ) Acute Mesenteric Ischemia (AMI): A surgical perspective . S PG BioMed 1(2).
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Dr Nissar Shaikh MD, EDIC

Hamad medical corporation & Weill Cornell Medical College in Doha - Qatar.
Email :
nissatfirdous99@gmail.com

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