Biomedical Research

Research Article - Biomedical Research (2017) Volume 28, Issue 20

Observation on clinical effects of minimally invasive puncture and borehole drainage for the treatment of chronic subdural hematoma

Objective: To observe the clinical effects of minimally invasive puncture and borehole drainage for the treatment of chronic subdural hematoma.

Methods: 100 chronic subdural hematoma patients were randomly divided into the control group and the observation group. The observation group was given minimally invasive puncture. The control group was given borehole drainage. Indexes and total effective rate of patients in two groups were observed. Surgical time, bleeding during surgery, residue liquid after surgery, recovery time after surgery and incidence rate of complications after surgery were compared and analyzed. They were given borehole drainage and borehole minimally invasive puncture.

Results: Total effective rate in the observation group after treatment was 88.18%. The control group was 69.93%. The observation group obviously better than the control group, there were significant differences between two groups (P<0.05); surgical time and recovery time after surgery of patients in the observation obviously shorter than the control group, there were significant differences between two groups (P<0.05); bleeding volume and residue liquid volume of patients during surgery in the observation group less than the control group, there were significant differences between two groups (P<0.05); incidence rate of adverse reactions in the observation group significantly lower than the control group, there were significant differences between two groups (P<0.05).

Conclusion: The effects of minimally invasive puncture and borehole drainage for the treatment of patients with chronic subdural hematoma are significant and more safe.

Author(s): Shiyong Lu, Jixin Zhang, Aihua Liu, Naiyun Zhou, Qiangbo Sui

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