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Last Updated: 10 November 2022

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Early percutaneous catheter drainage in protecting against prolonged fever among patients with pyogenic liver abscess: a retrospective cohort study.

This report looked at the relationship between PCD timing and clinical improvement, aspiration of prolonged fever, and pneumonia among patients with PLA. After exclusion, the study included 231 patients with PLA, 81 treated with PCD, and 81 treated with PCD. With early PCD, the duration of fever was significantly reduced relative to delayed PCD treatment. Conclusions Large absces with loculation could be treated with PCD, and early PCD covered patients with PLA from prolonged fever. Percutaneous catheter drainage has been recommended for pyogenic liver abscess patients with prolonged fever. Early detection of prolonged fever in patients with pyogenic liver absces can be treated with percutaneous catheter drainage, according to our results.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35975970


Percutaneous needle aspiration versus catheter drainage in the management of liver abscess: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis.

Background Absces of liver absces differ in terms of their etiology, geographic location, and number. The new best liver absces treatments are image-guided percutaneous drainage techniques. We conducted our investigation to determine the relative safety and effectiveness of percutaneous needle aspiration to percutaneous catheter drainage. Methods (in February 2022) An systematic review of key reference databases was published in February 2022 for randomized controlled trials that compare PNA to PCD in treating liver abscess patients. Statistical meta-analysis was carried out using RevMan and open meta-analyst programs. Study Findings Fifteen RCTs were included in this analysis, with 1676 patients enrolling. PCD was superior to PNA in the success rate, a time for achieving 50% less tooth height, and a step for clinical advancement. Conclusion PCD has a higher success rate and results in a faster 50 percent decrease in the absces cavity size and clinical improvement in a faster way.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36285842

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