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Pyogenic liver abscess in children: Diagnosis and treatment at the teaching hospital Gabriel Touré, Bamako, Mali  [PDF]
Coulibaly Yacaria, Amadou Issa, Keita Mamby, Diaby Souleymane Gaoussou, Konaté Madiassa, Diallo Gangaly
Open Journal of Pediatrics (OJPed) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojped.2013.32009
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Purpose: To determine diagnostic and therapeutic problems of pyogenic liver abscess in our hospital. Method and material: We conducted a retrospective study from January 2006 to December 2010 of all children aged from 0 - 15 years admitted and treated for pyogenic liver abscesses. Amoebic liver abscesses and other hepatobiliary disorders were not considered. Results: Pyogenic abscesses accounted for 50 cases. The mean age of patients at presentation was 2.4 ± 0.78 years (range from 6 months to 15 years). Sex ratio was 2.8 for boys. Abdominal pain was the primary reason for consultation in 27 cases (54%). Fever has been noted in 42 patients (84%) and the patient general state was altered in 13 patients (26%). Escherishia coli was the most frequent bacteria found at pus. The pus was sterile in 25 cases (50%). The ultrasonographic percutaneous drainage was performed in 33 patients (66%), open surgery in 6 (12%) and antibiotics alone in 11 others (22%). The short outcomes were simple in 36 patients (72%) while pain and fever persisted in 12 others (24%). Two patients (4%) died from sepsis soon after the operating room. Improving the frequency of early diagnosis will depend on education of clinicians about the need for clinical suspicion aided by ultrasound.

Operating Site Infections at General Surgery Department of Gabriel Toure Training Hospital  [PDF]
Bakary Tientigui Dembélé, Alhassane Traoré, Adégné Togo, Lassana Kanté, Ibrahim Diakité, Bourama Diarra, Amadou Traoré, Madiassa Konaté, Boubacar Karembé, Yacaria Coulibaly, Mamby Keita, Souleymane Diallo, Souleymane Diallo, Gangaly Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2015.62010
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The operating site infections constitute the major postoperative issue in surgery. Our objectives were to determine the hospital frequency, the risk factors, the involved germs as well as the cost generated by the operating site infections. Method: Our three months prospective survey run from September the 1st to November the 30th 2013 has included all department patients being operated on and hospitalized. The criteria have been set by CDC d’Atlanta. Results: 374 files were involved, among them 229 (61.2%) were emergencies and 145 (38.8%) were scheduled. The average age was 41 (extremes 7 and 95 standard deviation 17.46), the sex ratio 1.67. The infective risk according to Altmeier has found 17.5% type 1, 25.1% type 2, 11.2% type 3 and 46.3% type 4; according to NNISS, 96 (25.7) were NNISS 0; 94 (51.9%) NNISS 1; 80 (21.4%) NNISS 2; and 4 (1.1%) NNISS. In the Altmeier class I have not got antibiotic before infection signs appearances. Our overall rate of operating site infections was 7.9% (29 cases), with 24 (82.8%) emergency cases. According to Altmeier’s class of infective risk, the rate of operating site infections was 1.54% making 1 out of 65 type I patients; 4.3% making 4 out of 93 type II patients; 11.9% making 5 out of 42 type III patients; 10.9% making 19 out of 174 type IV patients. According to NNISS, the infective risk has been assessed and was 2.08% for score 0, we have got 8.25% score 1, and 12.5% for score 2, and 25% for score 3. The bacteriology has been dominated by Escherichia colii(51.7), Proteus mirabilisi(13.8), and
Antibioprophylaxy by the Surgery Staff in the Teaching Hospital Gabriel Touré in Mali  [PDF]
Bakary Tientigui Dembélé, Alhassane Traoré, Adégné Togo, Lassana Kanté, Ibrahim Diakité, Amadou Traoré, Bourama Emmanuel Cissoko, Madiassa Konaté, Boubacar Karembé, Yacaria Coulibaly, Soumeila Keita, Mamby Keita, Souleymane Diallo, Gangaly Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2015.63022
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This prospective survey was conducted from February to December 2014 about the use ceftriaxone (ceftriaz) for antibioprophylaxy concerning 300 patients by the surgery staff in the Gabriel Touré Teaching Hospital in Mali. The quantity of drug used was based on the weight of the patient. One dose was administrated in intravenous at the anesthesiology induction time. For more than 2 hours of intervention time, 4 (1.3%) patients received a second dose. The majority of cases (189, 63%) were out of emergency (emergency cases—111, 37%). The mean age was 41.6 years (range: 3 - 95 years). The patients were classed Altmeir II 203 (67.7%) and Altmeir I 97 (32.3%). The NNISS score 0 concerned 101 (33.6%) and NNISS 1 in 180 (60%) patients. The factors of risky were anemia (38; 12.7%), diabetes (6; 2%), and HIV (3; 1%). The mean of intervention duration was 56.8?±?27.5 minutes. Four cases of intervention site infection were encountered caused by?Pseudomonas?aeruginosa?in 2 patients;?Escherichia coli?(1 case), and?Staphylococcus aureus?(1 case). Conclusion: Antibioprohylaxy is not the only way to prevent infections but it stays necessary. The respect of hygien and aseptic measures should be used to reduce the rate of intervention site infection.

Post-Operative Peritonitis: Diagnostic Problems, Morbidity and Mortality in Developing Countries  [PDF]
Alhassane Traoré, Bakary Tientigui Dembélé, Adégné Togo, Lassana Kanté, Madiassa Konaté, Ibrahima Diakité, Simo Notue Fabienne Laurence, Boubacar Karembé, Abdoulaye Diarra, Amadou Traoré, Mahamane Djibo Diango, Gangaly Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2014.58059
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Goal: To study the diagnostic difficulties and post-operative morbidity and mortality of peritonitis. Patients and Methods: Retrospective study about the records of adult patients operated on between 1999 and 2013 whose diagnosis of post-operative peritonitis was made. Results: We achieved 23,573 lanterns and recorded 148 cases of postoperative peritonitis or 0.62%. The medium age was 37.1 ± 17.7 years and the sex ratio was 1.2. The delay between the initial intervention and reoperation was less than 5 days. Factors occurrence of postoperative peritonitis were those related to the initial surgery: septic context 70.8%, emergency surgery 81.1% under the seat mesocolic 25% and 20.3% initial surgical technique. The diagnosis was made preoperatively in 62.2% (n = 92). Ultrasound has found an effusion in 29.7% (n = 44). Cytobactériologic review identified germs in 85.1% (n = 126) and sterile in 12.9% of patients (n = 22). The most frequent etiologies were: 22.9% anastigmatic leak (n = 34), the phoenix abscess in 17.6% (n = 26), iatrogenic perforation 13.5% (n = 20) and digestive fistula 25% (n = 37). Other causes were the stoical necrosis 12.2% (n = 18) and evisceration 8.8% (n = 13). We performed a digestive stoma in 61% (n = 89), a closure of the abdomen bolsters in 8.8% (n = 13), a suture in iatrogenic perforation in 13.5% (n = 20) and washing with drainage in patients with phoenix abscess in 17.6% (n = 26). Morbidity was 22.3% and 53.4% mortality. Conclusion: The diagnosis of post-operative peritonitis is difficult in a developing country. Morbidity and mortality is high. Improved diagnostic tools are needed.

Treatment of Operative Pain in Visceral Cancer Surgery at CHU Gabriel Toure  [PDF]
Dembélé Bakary Tientigui, Traoré Alhassane, Togo Adégné, Kante Lassana, Diakité Ibrahim, Konate Madiassa, Traore Amadou, Diakité Boubacar, Bah Amadou, Sidibé Yoro, Koné Tany, Diop Thiorno Madani, Django Djibo, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2017.81006
Abstract: The objectives were to determine the frequency of pain in cancer patients and its intensity in cancer pathologies and to evaluate the evolution of pain intensity after analgesic treatment; the effectiveness of its management study involved 121 cases of operated gastrointestinal cancers, which accounted for 85.82% (141) of operated cancers and 16.78% (721) of all operated patients; the average age of our patients was 49.93 years with extremes 17 and 78 years. Standard deviation: 15.75; with a sex ratio of 1.46. The majority of our patients had WHO III (54/121) or 44.6%; 46.3% (56/121) of patients were in stage IV of the TNM classification. The main digestive cancers were cancer of the esophagus 4 cases (3.3%); of the stomach 61 cases (50.4%); of the pancreas 7 cases (5.8%); of the liver 4 cases (3.3%); gall bladder 2 cases (1.6%); colon 33 cases (27.3%); rectum 6 cases (4.9%) and hail 4 cases (3.3%). The average pain intensities were 3 to 6 hour; 2 to 24 hour; 1.6 to 48 hour; and 1.2 to 72 hour. The majority of our patients had a treatment protocol involving nefopam, and paracetamol was 58%. The pain was exacerbated especially during exercise. Vomiting and vein burning were the main side effects encountered.
Traumatic Perforation of the Small Intestine in General Surgery of the CHU Gabriel Touré  [PDF]
Alhassane Traoré, Bakary Tientigui Dembélé, Ibrahima Diakité, Adégné Togo, Lassana Kanté, Amadou Traoré, Madiassa Konaté, Boubacar Karembé, Abdoulaye Diarra, Amadou Bah, Boubacar Sidibé, Tany Koné, Astan Koné, Nouténé Koné, Djibo Mahamane Diango, Gangaly Diallo
Surgical Science (SS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2017.89045
Abstract: Goal: To determine hospital frequency, to describe the clinical and therapeutic aspects and to determine the prognosis. Patients and Methods: This was a retrospective and prospective study carried out in the General Surgery Department from 1 January 1999 to 31 December 2015. Inclusion criteria: 1) open or closed trauma of the abdomen with perforation of the small bowel; 2) clinical examination (abdominal pain, vomiting, fever, abdominal contracture, evisceration, intraoperative findings); 3) paraclinical examinations: pneumoperitoneum on the abdominal X-ray without preparation (ASP) and CT scan. Exclusion Criteria: Abdominal trauma without perforation of the small bowel. We selected 128 patients operated for traumatic perforation of the small bowel. The data was entered and analyzed using Word, Excel 2007 and Statistical Package and Social Science Windows 16.0. The statistical analysis consisted in the calculation of the different frequencies of the variables studied. We used the Khi2 test with significance level P < 0.05. Results: We recorded 119 men versus 9 women and the sex ratio was 13.22. The mean age was 25 years with extremes varying between 15 and 70 years. The majority of patients 57.7% (74 cases) came from the capital, 46.1% (59 cases) were workers, 26.6% (34 cases) of the students. The average time to admission was 29 hours. The main etiologies were road traffic accidents 36.7% (47 cases), stabbing 21.9% (28 cases), firearm 14.8% (19 cases), and sports accidents 10.1% (13 cases). The main clinical signs were abdominal pain 48.44% (62 cases), abdominal contracture 60% (76 cases), disappearance of pre-liver dullness 66.36% (84 cases), and Douglas painful 74.4% (94 cases). The abdominal X-ray without preparation (A.S.P) allowed to objectify a pneumoperitoneum in 45.31% and the scanner a liquid effusion in 45.31% with the associated lesions in 37.5% (48 cases). The surgical treatment consisted of 60.15% suture excision (77 cases), 25% anastomosis resection (32 cases) and a 15% stoma (19 cases). The average length of hospital stay was 9 days with extremes of 1 to 60 days. The morbidity was 10.15% at the site of surgical site (OS) infection 17.4% (8 cases), postoperative peritonitis 3.1% (4 cases) and evisceration 0.8% (1 case). Mortality was 17.18% due to septic shock and multivisceral failure. Conclusion: Traumatic perforation of the small bowel is an emergency. Young people are more victims. The prognosis depends on the speed of diagnosis and management. Emphasis should be
Evisceration of the Small Bowel in the Vagina Following Endo-Uterine Maneuvers for Clandestine Abortion (APC) at CHU Gabriel Touré, Bamako, Mali  [PDF]
Dabo Aminata, Diop Thierno Madane, Dembélé Bakary Tientigui, Coulibaly Mahamadoun, Doumbia Arouna, Manganémoustapha Issa, Abdoul Hamidou Almeimoune, Traoré Alhassane, Togo Adégné, Téguété Ibrahima, Django Djibo Mahamane, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.94016
Abstract: Intra-uterine manual aspiration is the recommended maneuver for abortive endo-uterine evacuation. It must be performed in a medical setting for therapeutic purposes, while respecting its contraindications and asepsis rules essential for its implementation. The ignorance of anatomical structures by the authors of clandestine abortions is marked by the presence of utero-adnexal lesions, digestive lesions and vesical lesions or evisceration by the vagina. Vaginal evisceration of the small bowel is a rare and serious complication of manual intrauterine aspirations and induced abortions. Their late diagnosis and clandestine practice are responsible for unpredictable severe secondary complications and remain an important cause of morbidity and mortality. The development of a policy of continuous training of agents on the technique of manual intrauterine aspiration, broad information on contraceptive methods and a multidisciplinary, rapid and adequate management of complications will provide minimum morbidity and mortality. Conclusion: Abortion is a serious source of life-threatening complications.
Duodenal Duplication of Unusual Discovery: Case Report Chambéry Hospital French  [PDF]
Konate Madiassa, Traore Amadou, Dembele Bakary Tie?ntigui, Karembe Boubacar, Amadou Issa, Mangane Moustaphissa, Diop Thierno Madani, Togo Ade?gnepierre, Kante Lassana, Traore Alhassane, Bah Amadou, Sidibe Boubacaryoro, Diamoutene Kolo, Samake Moussa, Mounimezie? Diarra, Diakite Ibrahim, Coulibaly Yacaria, Keita Soumaila, Legros Jean Remy Mattia Stella, Demane Sofia, Al Naasan Irchid, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.97026
Abstract: We report the case of a 33-year-old man having presented the episodes of abdominal pains since a few months in 2014. He was handled by the anal-gesic and the anti spasmodic by his regular doctor. Symptoms in started up again with renewed vigor in February, 2015. The physical examination was normal. The complementary examinations must be known by the ultrasound the scanner and the magnetic resonance imaging which were in favour of a mass under person suffering from a liver complaint the normal blood balance assessment. The patient was exclusively operated by the way of coelioscopy and the anatomopathology examination of the operating room ended has a duplication duodenal. The operating consequences were simple until one year.
Appendicular Abscess in the Service of General Surgery at the Teaching Hospital Gabriel Toure, Bamako, Mali  [PDF]
Madiassa Konate, Traore Amadou, Coulibaly Yacaria, Dembele Bakary Tiéntigui, Karembe Boubacar, Keita Soumaila, Amadou Issa, Mangane Moustaphissa, Diop Thierno Madani, Almeimoune Abdoul Hamidou, Togo Adégné Pierre, Kante Lassana, Traore Alhassane, Maiga Amadou, Bah Amadou, Sidibe Boubacaryoro, Diamoutene Kolo, Tolo Maimouna, Samake Moussa, Mounimezié Diarra, Diakite Ibrahim, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.98033
Abstract: Objectives: To determine hospital frequency and to write the diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of appendicular abscess in adults in the General Surgery Department of teaching Hospital Gabriel Touré from 2005 to 2017. Material and Methods: This was a retrospective study conducted from January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2017 in the General Surgery De-partment of Gabriel Touré University Hospital in all patients with appen-dicular abscess. Results: In 13 years, 1420 cases of acute appendicitis have been reported, including 105 cases of appendicular abscess (7.4%). Mean age of the patients was 32 years with extremes of 16 years and 70 years. Abdominal pain and fever were present in all patients. Pain sat in the right iliac fossa in 73.3% and was epigastric in 11.4%. In almost all cases abdominal defense was present (97.1%). There was generalized abdominal contracture in 2.8% of cases. Average duration of evolution was 27 days with extremes of 1 day and 60 days. Ultrasonography was performed in 42.6% of cases and found peri-appendicular effusion in 29 cases (27.6%). 90 incisions were made by incision of Mac Burney, 8 by median umbilical, 7 by midline above and below umbilical. The amount of fluid aspirated was greater than 100 cc in 47 patients. We performed an appendectomy with appendicular stump burying followed by washing plus drainage of the abdominal cavity in 65 patients. Morbidity rate was 14.3%. No deaths were recorded. Average duration of hospitalization was 6.5 days with extremes of 2 days and 26 days.
Urgent Surgical Management of Acute Lower Gastrointestinal Bleeding with Intraoperative Colonoscopy: A Case Report  [PDF]
Traore Amadou, Konate Madiassa, Diarra Abdoulaye, Keita Soumaila, Kone Tani, Karembe Boubacar, Amadou Issa, Sidibe Boubacar, Bah Amadou, Maiga Amadou, Diakite Ibrahim, Dembele Bakary Tientigui, Traore Alhassane, Togo Adegne, Kante Lassana, Samake Moussa, Mangane MoustaphaIssa, Diop Thierno Madane, Diakite Adama, Diallo Gangaly
Surgical Science (SS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2018.99036
Abstract: Lower gastrointestinal bleeding (LGIB) is defined as bleeding from a source distal to the Ligament of Treitz. The primary step is to identify severe hemorrhages that may be life-threatening for patients (10% of cases of LGIB). The management depends on the severity of the bleeding, the diagnostic and therapeutic means of the patient’s reception center. Patient with acute LGIB, in case of negativity of endoscopic and radiological examinations, can be a surgical indication with possibility of intraoperative colonoscopy. We report a case of urgent surgical management with intraoperative colonoscopy in a patient with severe acute LGIB.
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