International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part B (2016)
Successful laparoscopic management of ruptured ectopic pregnancy with extensive intraperitoneal adhesions
Pany Supriya and Padhy Biren
Ruptured ectopic gestation arises due to implantation of the fertilized ovum outside the endometrial cavity with eventual rupture. Ruptured ectopic pregnancy is a life threatening condition that merits expeditious surgery to avert a Catastrophe. Now a day’s laparoscopic management of such an emergency has evolved as an effective alternative to open surgery. Previous abdominal surgeries result in dense and extensive intraperitoneal adhesions and managing a ruptured gestation with massive haemoperitonium in such circumstances laparoscopically can be extremely challenging. But Improved Anesthesia and cardiovascular monitoring, together with advanced laparoscopic surgical skills and experience, justifies operative laparoscopy for surgical treatment. We report the management of such cases of ruptured ectopic gestation with extensive post-operative adhesions due to previous two surgeries which are managed successfully along with the research and discussion.
How to cite this article:
Pany Supriya, Padhy Biren. Successful laparoscopic management of ruptured ectopic pregnancy with extensive intraperitoneal adhesions. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(6):72-73.