Ge Y.,The First Peoples Hospital of Xuzhou City |
Su C.,Fudan University |
Liu Y.,The First Peoples Hospital of Xuzhou City
Medical Journal of Wuhan University | Year: 2014
Objective: To analyze the clinical effects of the two operative methods for treating patients with cesarean scar pregnancy. Methods: A total 39 patients with cesarean scar pregnancy were enrolled into this study in our hospital. All the subjects were divided into two groups according to the operative methods: the observation group (n=13) and the control group (n=26). The patients of the observe group were treated with the vaginal cesarean scar pregnancy debridement surgery, and the patients of the control group were treated with the uterine artery embolization + MTX perfusion + uterus curettage under B ultrasound guidance. The following parameters were compared and analyzed: bleeding during operation, hospital stay, postoperative complication rate, and operation time. Results: Compared with those respectively in control group, the bleeding during operation and postoperative complications were less, the hospital stay and operation time were shorter in observation group. Conclusion: For the patients with cesarean scar pregnancy, the vaginal cesarean scar pregnancy debridement surgery are recommended in clinical decisions.