Year 2020, Volume 3 , Issue 4, Pages 427 - 431 2020-10-22

Genel anestezi altında yapılan septorinoplasti ameliyatlarında kornea abrazyonu oluşma riski
Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia

Ali Bestemi KEPEKÇİ [1] , Ahmet Hamdi KEPEKÇİ [2]


Amaç: Tüm anestezik uygulamalarda, özellikle genel anestezi uygulanması sırasında gözün uygun bakımı gereklidir. Nonoküler cerrahi için genel anestezi uygulanan hastalarda en sık görülen oftalmolojik komplikasyon kornea hasarıdır. Bu önlenebilir komplikasyonun oranını azaltmak ve ortadan kaldırmak için kornea koruma yöntemleri geliştirilmiştir. Bu çalışmada genel anestezi altında septorinoplasti uygulanan hastalarda göz korunması amacıyla hipoallerjenik cerrahi flasterle göz kapatma, biyo-oklüzif şeffaf bantla göz kapatma ve antibiyotikli göz pomadı uygulanmasının karşılaştırılması amaçlanmıştır. Materyal metod: Hastanemizde 1 Ocak 2019 / 31 Aralık 2019 arasındaki Septorinoplasti yapılmış ASA I ve ASA II olan tüm hastaların ameliyat dosyaları retrospektif olarak incelendi. 403 kadın 318 erkek toplam 721 hasta çalışmaya dahil edildi. Hastalar, göz koruma için kullanılan yöntemlere göre 3 gruba ayrıldı. Ameliyat ve poliklinik dosyalarından hastaların demografik özellikleri, operasyon süreleri, operasyondan önce ve operasyondan sonraki dönemde varsa gözleri ile ilgili bulgu ya da şikâyetleri listelendi. Göz şikâyet ve bulgularının görülme sıklığının farklı göz koruma yöntemleri uygulanan hastalar arasında anlamlı bir farkları olup olmadığı araştırıldı. İstatiksel olarak p<0.05 anlamlı olarak kabul edildi. Bulgular: Çalışmaya dahil edilen 721 hastada göz koruma yöntemi olarak 198 hastaya nonallerjik flaster, 302 hastaya antibiyotikli göz pomadı, 221 hastaya biyo-oklüzif şeffaf bant uygulandığı tespit edildi. Nonallerjik flaster kullanılan Grup I’de 2 ve antibiyotikli göz pomadı kullanılan Grup II’de 1 hastada operasyonun 1. gününde tedavi gerektirmeyen batma ve kızarıklık görüldüğü tespit edildi. CA olarak değerlendirilmiş olan bu bulgular gruplar arasında istatiksel olarak anlamlı değildi (p=0,264). Sonuç: inoplasti cerrahisinde göz kapaklarını doğrudan bantlayarak kapatmak, merhem sürmek veya biyooklüzif malzeme ile kapatmak arasında anlamlı bir fark yoktur. Ancak kornea patolojisi riski olan hastalarda biyo-oklüzif şeffaf bantlar kullanılabilir.
Aim: Proper care of the eye is required in all anesthetic applications, especially during general anesthesia. Corneal abrasion is the most common ophthalmologic complication in patients undergoing general anesthesia for non-ocular surgery. Corneal protection methods have been developed to reduce and eliminate the rate of this preventable complication. In this study, it was aimed to compare eye closure with hypoallergenic surgical tapes, eye closure with bio-occlusive dressing and antibiotic eye ointment for eye protection in patients undergoing septorhinoplasty under general anesthesia. Material method: The surgical files of all patients with ASA I and ASA II who underwent septorhinoplasty between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019 in our hospital were retrospectively analyzed. A total of 721 patients, 403 female, 318 male, were included in the study. The patients were divided into three groups according to the methods used for eye protection. The demographic features of the patients, the duration of the operation and the findings or complaints about the eyes, if any, before and after the operation were listed from the surgery and outpatient files. It was investigated whether the frequency of eye complaints and symptoms had a significant difference between patients with different eye protection methods. p <0.05 was considered statistically significant. Results: In 721 patients included in the study, it was determined that hypoallergenic surgical tape was applied to 198 patients, an eye ointment with antibiotics was applied to 302 patients, and a bio-occlusive dressing was applied to 221 patients. It was determined that two patients in Group I using hypoallergenic surgical tape and one patient in Group II using antibiotic eye ointment was observed to have a sting and rash that did not require treatment on the first day of the operation. These findings evaluated as CA were not statistically significant between the groups (p = 0.264). Conclusion: In septorhinoplasty surgery, there is no significant difference between closing the eyelids directly, applying ointment or closing with bio-occlusive material. However, the bio-occlusive dressing can be used in patients at risk of corneal pathology.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Original Article
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-5215-9545
Author: Ali Bestemi KEPEKÇİ (Primary Author)
Institution: ISTANBUL YENI YUZYIL UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0002-5332-5234
Author: Ahmet Hamdi KEPEKÇİ
Institution: ISTANBUL YENI YUZYIL UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : October 22, 2020

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APA Kepekçi, A , Kepekçi, A . (2020). Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia . Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine , 3 (4) , 427-431 . DOI: 10.32322/jhsm.784750
MLA Kepekçi, A , Kepekçi, A . "Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia" . Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 (2020 ): 427-431 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jhsm/issue/57443/784750>
Chicago Kepekçi, A , Kepekçi, A . "Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia". Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 (2020 ): 427-431
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ISNAD Kepekçi, Ali Bestemi , Kepekçi, Ahmet Hamdi . "Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia". Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine 3 / 4 (October 2020): 427-431 . https://doi.org/10.32322/jhsm.784750
AMA Kepekçi A , Kepekçi A . Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia. J Health Sci Med / JHSM. 2020; 3(4): 427-431.
Vancouver Kepekçi A , Kepekçi A . Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia. Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine. 2020; 3(4): 427-431.
IEEE A. Kepekçi and A. Kepekçi , "Corneal abrasion risk in septorhinoplasty operations under general anesthesia", Journal of Health Sciences and Medicine, vol. 3, no. 4, pp. 427-431, Oct. 2020, doi:10.32322/jhsm.784750