Application study of ultrasound-guided percutaneous portal vein punctures combined with bi-directionalangiography in the treatment by TIPS.

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Summary of "Application study of ultrasound-guided percutaneous portal vein punctures combined with bi-directionalangiography in the treatment by TIPS."

To investigate the safety, feasibility, and preliminary clinical experience of ultrasonic guided percutaneous portal vein punctures combined bi-directional angiography in the treatment by transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt(TIPS). From January 2016 to June 2018, 15 patients with TIPS from our hospital who were treated by ultrasonic guided percutaneous portal vein punctures combined with bi-directional angiography were enrolled,and were recruited as experimental group. During the same period, 30 patients who were treated by TIPS combined with traditional methods were enrolled, and were recruited as control group. There was no statistical difference in baseline characteristics between the two groups ( > 0.05). The portal pressure difference in preoperative and postoperative, the fluoroscopy time, the number of puncture needles and complications were recorded. After treatment, the patients were followed up through outpatient service or telephone method. The technical success rate was 100% in experimental group, and 96.7% in control group. In the experimental group, number of percutaneous transhepatic portal vein puncture by needle was 1-3 (average, 2.13 ± 0.74), and the number of portal vein puncture needles in the control group were 1-11 (average, 4.16 ± 2.13). The number of puncture needles in the experimental group were significantly decreased than in the control group ( < 0.001). In the experimental group, the fluoroscopy time was 18 ~ 46 (average 29.64 ± 8.79) minutes. In the control group, the fluoroscopy time was 12 ~ 150 (average 44.57 ± 26.84) minutes.The fluoroscopy time was significantly reduced in the experimental group compared with the control group( = 0.023). Ultrasound-guided portal vein combined with bidirectional angiog-raphy is safe, feasible, and reliable in the treatment by TIPS. Compare with traditional TIPS, it can reduce the fluoroscopy time, the number of puncture needles and the liver injury.


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Name: Zhonghua gan zang bing za zhi = Zhonghua ganzangbing zazhi = Chinese journal of hepatology
ISSN: 1007-3418
Pages: 777-781


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