intraperitoneal


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intraperitoneal

[¦in·trə‚per·ə·tə′nē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the peritoneum.
Within the peritoneal cavity.
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Intraperitoneal administration of CCl4 caused high significant decline in hepatic glucose level as compared to control and vitamin E.
The purpose of this study is to compare the effect of intraperitoneal Hydrocortisone with Bupivacaine in reducing the postoperative pain and other postoperative morbidities after laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Intraperitoneal antineoplastic drug delivery: rationale and results.
The inflammatory response, especially the suppression of TGF-[beta]1 and IL-6, may play an effective role in decreasing the intraperitoneal adhesion (12).
Radiotherapy includes megavoltage to treat the entire abdomen and pelvis, (15) low-dose voltage for symptom control, (20) and intraperitoneal radioisotopes in conjunction with debulking surgery.
Cesarean section (CS) is one of the most common operation performed worldwide which carries the potential risk of serious complications due to the in-traperitoneal adhesions, such as bladder and bowel injury, infertility or chronic pelvic pain.7-9 It is very difficult to predict the presence of intraperitoneal adhesions (IPA) and whether complications will develop in patients who have undergone previous abdominal surgery.
Patients in group A received intraperitoneal and local infiltration of bupivacaine at the end of surgery.
CT cystography confirmed intraperitoneal bladder rupture at the dome with active extravasation into the peritoneal cavity (Figure 5).
It requires placement of an intraperitoneal port, and there are many problems associated with this foreign body including infection, malposition, and even erosions into underlying visceral structures.
The causes of mortality are anastomotic leaks (0%-9%), fistulas (0%-23%), gut perforation (0%-10%), intraperitoneal sepsis (o%-14%), abscess (0%-37%), ileus (0%-86%), and deep vein thrombosis/pulmonary thomboembolism (0%-9%).
To reduce the post-laparoscopic shoulder pain, several methods have been suggested including the use of a peritoneal gas drain in the first 4-6 hours following laparoscopy, intraperitoneal local anaesthesia, pulmonary recruitment maneuver, intraperitoneal saline infusion, gasless laparoscopy and reduction in insufflation pressure (8-14).
In the Materials and Methods section, the text reading "SAP was induced by 2 intraperitoneal injections of 8% L-arg (pH = 7.4; Sigma-Aldrich Chemical Co., St.