Year 2020, Volume 4 , Issue 5, Pages 327 - 330 2020-05-01

Organ nakli sonrası spinal enstrumantasyon sonuçları: Retrospektif kohort çalışma
Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study

Murat MERT [1] , Cenk ERMUTLU [2]


Amaç: Organ nakli cerrahisi, anestezi ve postoperatif bakım daki gelişmeler transplant hastalarında ek cerrahi girişimlerin de yapılabilmesinin önünü açmıştır. Bu çalışmanın amacı farklı organ nakilli hastalarda omurga cerrahisinin sonuçlarını incelemektir.
Yöntemler: Farklı etiyolojilerle omurga cerrahisi uygulanan 10 transplant hastası çalışmaya dahil edildi. Yedi hasta (%70) böbrek nakli, 2 hasta (%20) karaciğer ve 1 hasta (%10) akciğer nakli olmuştu. Hastaların 6’sı (%60) spinal stenoz, 3’ü (%30) vertebra kırığı ve 1’i (%10) vertebra metastazı sebebi ile omurga cerrahisi geçirmişti. Hastaların ameliyat öncesi ve sonrası radyolojik, klinik ve fonksiyonel durumları ve ağrı skorlamaları incelendi. Ameliyat süreleri, kan transfüzyon ihtiyacı ve hastanede kalış zamanları not edildi.
Bulgular: Hastaların yaş aralığı 38-62 yıl ve yaş ortalaması 57,1 (8,9) idi. Hastaların altısı erkek, dördü kadındı. Transplant cerrahisinden omurga ameliyatına kadar geçen süre ortalama 15,6 (2,1) ay bulundu. Hastalara ameliyat esnasında ortalama 5,6 (0,8) ünite eritrosit süspansiyonu verildi. Hastanede kalış süresi ortalama 8,5 (5,6) gündü. İki hastada ameliyat sonrası minör komplikasyon gelişti. Hastaların ameliyat öncesi 6,4 (0,8) olan VAS ağrı skorlarının 3,1’e (1,6) düştüğü gözlendi (P<0.001).
Sonuç: Posterior spinal enstrumantasyon, transplant hastalarında da yaşam kalitesini arttırmada etkili bir yöntemdir. Tecrübeli bir ekip ve multidispliner yaklaşım şarttır. 

Aim: Improvements in transplantation medicine and surgery, anesthesiology, and postoperative care paved the way for successful procedures for transplant patients. The aim of the present study is to describe the results of surgical correction for spinal deformities in patients who underwent several types of organ transplantation.
Methods: The study group consisted of ten patients with a history of organ transplantation who require spinal surgery with different etiologies. Seven (70%), two (20%) and one (10%) patient had lung, liver, and lung transplantations, respectively. The etiology for spinal surgery was spinal stenosis in six (60%), vertebra fracture in three (30%), and vertebral metastasis in one (10%) patient. Pre- intra- and postoperative radiological, clinical, and functional outcomes were noted.
Results: The mean age of the patients was 57.1 (8.9) years, ranging between 38-62 years. Six of the patients were male, and four were female. Surgery time following the transplant surgery was 15.6 (2.1) months. The blood requirement in the operating room was 5.6 (0.8) units of erythrocyte suspension. Hospital length of stay was 8.5 (5.6) days following the spinal instrumentation surgery. Two patients had mild complications in the postoperative period. The preoperative VAS score significantly decreased from 6.4 (0.8) to 3.1 (1.6) after the surgery (P<0.001).
Conclusions: Posterior spinal instrumentation on transplanted patients can be an effective treatment which improves the life quality of the patients. A multidisciplinary approach with an experienced team is highly required.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Orthopedics
Journal Section Research article
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-1972-9518
Author: Murat MERT (Primary Author)
Institution: ISTANBUL YENI YUZYIL UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-8259-3695
Author: Cenk ERMUTLU
Institution: Uludağ Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Ortopedi ve Travmatoloji ABD.
Country: Turkey


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Publication Date : May 1, 2020

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APA Mert, M , Ermutlu, C . (2020). Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study . Journal of Surgery and Medicine , 4 (5) , 327-330 . DOI: 10.28982/josam.730276
MLA Mert, M , Ermutlu, C . "Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study" . Journal of Surgery and Medicine 4 (2020 ): 327-330 <http://jsurgmed.com/en/pub/issue/54145/730276>
Chicago Mert, M , Ermutlu, C . "Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study". Journal of Surgery and Medicine 4 (2020 ): 327-330
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ISNAD Mert, Murat , Ermutlu, Cenk . "Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study". Journal of Surgery and Medicine 4 / 5 (May 2020): 327-330 . https://doi.org/10.28982/josam.730276
AMA Mert M , Ermutlu C . Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study. J Surg Med. 2020; 4(5): 327-330.
Vancouver Mert M , Ermutlu C . Evaluation of spinal instrumentation following organ transplantation: A retrospective cohort study. Journal of Surgery and Medicine. 2020; 4(5): 327-330.