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    Analysis of Operation Procedure and Effect for Emergency Surgery in General Hospital During Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia HP Period

    Authors: Yuchen Liu; Minggang Wang; Yingmo Shen; Jie Chen

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28333/v1 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background Novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP(NCP) outbreak in Wuhan, China in early 2020, resulted in over 80 thousand infections in China. At present, NCP has an explosive growth in the world. Surgeons could refuse selective operation during the outbreak, but they must face the emergency operation. We hope to avoid the spread of NCP while ensuring efficient treatment of emergency cases. Methods The data of patients with incarcerated hernia HP admitted to Beijing Chaoyang Hospital during NCP epidemic were analyzed and compared with those in 2019. All cases were divided into NCP group and 2019 group. The operation data and inpatient protection process of emergency cases were analyzed. Result  During the NCP epidemic, 17 cases with incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP were treated in our department. A Total of 263 cases of the same disease were admitted in 2019. There was no significant difference in age TRANS, gender TRANS, BMI and hernia HP type between two groups. No significant difference was observed between the two groups in operation method and hospital stay. The waiting time for emergency operation of NCP group was significantly longer than that of 2019 group (P=0.002). A buffer ward was set up by administrator of hospital during NCP outbreak. Hospitals were divided into "Red area, Yellow area and Green area" artificially, and strict screening consultation system was implemented. There was no case of SARS-nCoV-2 infection MESHD in medical staff. Conclusion It was safe and effective to carry out emergency operation on the premise of screening, protection and isolation during the NCP epidemic. The increased waiting time for operation due to NCP screening did not threaten medical safety of emergency incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP patients.

    Analysis of operation procedure and effect for emergency surgery in general hospital during novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP period

    Authors: Yuchen Liu; Minggang Wang; Yingmo Shen; Jie Chen

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28333/v2 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background Novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP(NCP) outbreak in Wuhan, China in early 2020, resulted in over 80 thousand infections in China. At present, NCP has an explosive growth in the world. Surgeons could refuse selective operation during the outbreak, but they must face the emergency operation. We hope to avoid the spread of NCP while ensuring efficient treatment of emergency cases. Methods The data of patients with incarcerated hernia HP admitted to Beijing Chaoyang Hospital during NCP epidemic were analyzed and compared with those in 2019. All cases were divided into NCP group and 2019 group. The operation data and inpatient protection process of emergency cases were analyzed. Result  During the NCP epidemic, 17 cases with incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP were treated in our department. A Total of 263 cases of the same disease were admitted in 2019. There was no significant difference in age TRANS, gender TRANS, BMI and hernia HP type between two groups. No significant difference was observed between the two groups in operation method and hospital stay. The waiting time for emergency operation of NCP group was significantly longer than that of 2019 group (P=0.002). A buffer ward was set up by administrator of hospital during NCP outbreak. Hospitals were divided into "Red area, Yellow area and Green area" artificially, and strict screening consultation system was implemented. There was no case of SARS-nCoV-2 infection MESHD in medical staff. Conclusion It was safe and effective to carry out emergency operation on the premise of screening, protection and isolation during the NCP epidemic. The increased waiting time for operation due to NCP screening did not threaten medical safety of emergency incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP patients.

    Analysis of operation procedure and effect for emergency surgery in general hospital during novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP period

    Authors: Yuchen Liu; Minggang Wang; Yingmo Shen; Jie Chen

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28333/v3 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background Novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP(NCP) outbreak in Wuhan, China in early 2020, resulted in over 80 thousand infections in China. At present, NCP has an explosive growth in the world. Surgeons could refuse selective operation during the outbreak, but they must face the emergency operation. We hope to avoid the spread of NCP while ensuring efficient treatment of emergency cases. Methods The data of patients with incarcerated hernia HP admitted to Beijing Chaoyang Hospital during NCP epidemic were analyzed and compared with those in 2019. All cases were divided into NCP group and 2019 group. The operation data and inpatient protection process of emergency cases were analyzed. Result  During the NCP epidemic, 17 cases with incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP were treated in our department. A Total of 263 cases of the same disease were admitted in 2019. There was no significant difference in age TRANS, gender TRANS, BMI and hernia HP type between two groups. No significant difference was observed between the two groups in operation method and hospital stay. The waiting time for emergency operation of NCP group was significantly longer than that of 2019 group (P=0.002). A buffer ward was set up by administrator of hospital during NCP outbreak. Hospitals were divided into "Red area, Yellow area and Green area" artificially, and strict screening consultation system was implemented. There was no case of SARS-nCoV-2 infection MESHD in medical staff. Conclusion It was safe and effective to carry out emergency operation on the premise of screening, protection and isolation during the NCP epidemic. The increased waiting time for operation due to NCP screening did not threaten medical safety of emergency incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP patients.

    Analysis of operation procedure and effect for emergency surgery in general hospital during novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP period

    Authors: Yuchen Liu; Minggang Wang; Yingmo Shen; Jie Chen

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-28333/v4 Date: 2020-05-11 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background Novel coronavirus pneumonia MESHD pneumonia HP(NCP) outbreak in Wuhan, China in early 2020, resulted in over 80 thousand infections in China. At present, NCP has an explosive growth in the world. Surgeons could refuse selective operation during the outbreak, but they must face the emergency operation. We hope to avoid the spread of NCP while ensuring efficient treatment of emergency cases. Methods The data of patients with incarcerated hernia HP admitted to Beijing Chaoyang Hospital during NCP epidemic were analyzed and compared with those in 2019. All cases were divided into NCP group and 2019 group. The operation data and inpatient protection process of emergency cases were analyzed. Result During the NCP epidemic, 17 cases with incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP were treated in our department. A Total of 263 cases of the same disease were admitted in 2019. There was no significant difference in age TRANS, gender TRANS, BMI and hernia HP type between two groups. No significant difference was observed between the two groups in operation method and hospital stay. The waiting time for emergency operation of NCP group was significantly longer than that of 2019 group (P=0.002). A buffer ward was set up by administrator of hospital during NCP outbreak. Hospitals were divided into "Red area, Yellow area and Green area" artificially, and strict screening consultation system was implemented. There was no case of SARS-nCoV-2 infection MESHD in medical staff. Conclusion It was safe and effective to carry out emergency operation on the premise of screening, protection and isolation during the NCP epidemic. The increased waiting time for operation due to NCP screening did not threaten medical safety of emergency incarcerated hernia MESHD hernia HP patients.

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