Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Nanning, China

Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Nanning, China
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Luo D.-f.,Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Chen Y.-p.,Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Gao H.,Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Chen L.,Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine | Li S.-z.,Ruikang Hospital of Guangxi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research | Year: 2012

BACKGROUND: Hip replacement is a mature orthopedic surgery, but it has disadvantage of large exposure and more bleeding. We need an ideal hematostatic material and method to reduce bleeding during the treatment in patients. OBJECTIVE: To observe the hemostasis of microporous polysaccharide hemospheres (MPH) in total hip arthroplasty (THA). METHODS: Totally 53 patients who treated with THA were randomly divided into experimental group (25 cases) and the control group (28 cases). Conventional topical hemostatic was used in the control group. Conventional topical hemostatic and microporous polysaccharide hemispheres were used in the experimental group. Postoperative drainage, postoperative (24 hours) amount of blood transfusion, reduction value of hemoglobin at preoperative and at the first day postoperative were compared between the two groups. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: Postoperative drainage, postoperative (24 hours) amount of blood transfusion, reduction value of hemoglobin at preoperative and at the first day postoperative in the experimental group were significantly lower than those in the control group (P < 0. 05). It is indicated that MPH has a better hemostatic effect in THA.

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