Acute pancreatitis complicated by multiple organ damage in clinical analysis of 196 cases of
【Key Words】 pancreatitis with multiple organ damage
Acute pancreatitis (acute pancreatitis, AP) of the acute abdomen is a common clinical one. Authors from May 2001 to May 2007 study of 196 cases of AP observed in patients with clinical features of MODS, the report is as follows.
A clinical data
1.1 General Information
This group of 196 cases in 123 cases of male and female 73 cases;
aged 25 to 79 years old, with an average (42.6 ? 8.9) years of age. 143
patients with mild AP, severe in 53 cases. Etiology: just 107 cases of gallstone pancreatitis, alcoholic in 18 cases, hyperlipidemia in 12 cases, bile source of sexual partners, alcohol in 13 cases, bile source of 10 cases of sexual partners, hyperlipidemia, alcohol, sexual partners, blood fat 8 cases of sexual disorders, eating and drinking, 14 cases of pancreatic cancer, 2 cases were 12 cases of unknown causes. The main clinical manifestations of acute upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, fever, blood and urine amylase increased, B Chao, CT examination confirmed the pancreatic swelling, uneven texture, outside the inflammatory infiltration of the pancreas, suggesting that there are signs of
pancreatitis, and to exclude other diseases. AP diagnostic criteria according to the Chinese Medical Association Society of Pancreatic Surgery Group in 1996 the 2nd program standards . At the same time meet the criteria Panson if ? 3 and (or) APACHE-? ? 8 items, and <48h disease
were diagnosed as having severe acute pancreatitis .
Patients are therefore correspondingly the following conventional treatments: (1) fasting, gastrointestinal decompression, oxygen nasal
catheter or mask; (2) to maintain effective circulating blood volume, correcting water, electrolyte and acid-base imbalance, and provide
nutritional support; (3 ) Application proton pump inhibitors, somatostatin or octreotide inhibit such synthesis and secretion of trypsin; (4) severe acute pancreatitis to use the pancreas through the blood barrier potent broad-spectrum antibiotics such as quinolones, ?-generation
cephalosporins class, metronidazole, etc.; (5), sedation, spasm, pain; (6) stomach tube infusion of rhubarb suspension; (7) major organ function monitoring and support.
1.3 OUTCOME MEASURES
(1) cardiac function tests, including ECG and (or) myocardial enzymes: creatine kinase (CK), creatine kinase isoenzyme (CK-MB); (2)
liver function tests, including serum total bilirubin (TBIL) , serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), albumin (ALB) and γ-glutamyl-GGT (GGT); (3) Determination of renal function, including serum creatinine (Cr), serum urea ammonia (BUR) and urine
protein, etc.; (4) pulmonary function test, including arterial partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2), oxygen saturation, etc.; (5) C-reactive protein
(CRP), measured on admission CRP values, and to observe its continues to rise time.
Cardiac dysfunction manifested as ECG changes or myocardial enzyme changes, admission ECG were normal, 12 ~ 24h after the apparent ST-segment
depression or non-specific changes (excluding past coronary heart disease history). Liver dysfunction manifested as TBIL, AST, ALT, GGT, etc. increased, ALB reduced. With impaired renal function expressed as Cr, BUN and the emergence of increased urinary protein and so on. The performance of the lung damage PaO2 / oxygen concentration (FiO2) ? 300mmHg, acute
respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), when, PaO2/FiO2 ? 200mmHg, chest X-
ray shadow infiltration lungs. CRP value increased to "normal levels six-
fold (100 ~ 200mg / L), 5d is still dropped after known as the CRP continues to rise.
1.5 Statistical analysis
Comparison of all count data are used χ2 test, P <0.05 for
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2.1 mild pancreatitis and severe pancreatitis compared with multiple
Table 1. Table 1 mild and severe pancreatitis complicated by pancreatic organ damage compared to other (slightly) Note: * P <0.05, # P <0.01
2.2 AP with acute liver damage in other organ damage
Table 2 liver dysfunction associated with other organ damage (omitted) Note: * P <0.05
2.3 gallstone and non-gallstone pancreatitis compared with other
Table 3. Table 3 Biliary and non-gallstone pancreatitis compared with
other organ damage (a little) Note: * P <0.05, # P <0.01
2.4 CRP continues to rise and multi-organ dysfunction in the
Table 4 CRP continues to rise with multiple organ damage (a little) Note: * P <0.05, # P <0.01
Acute pancreatitis (AP) clinical manifestations of severe acute pancreatitis, especially the risks of complications and early mortality is mainly due to heart, liver, kidney, lungs and other multiple organ dysfunction (multiple organ dgsfunction syndrgme, MODS), which led to MODS The key is systemic inflammatory response syndrome (Systemic inflammarory
response syndrome, SIRS). AP acute phase response, due to a cascade of multiple cellular factors is an important factor in causing SIRS , many
studies have confirmed that trypsin on pancreatic tissue damage and induction of cytokine release is an important part of pancreatitis.
AP patients with MODS, the liver was first involved, is also common involved organs, liver dysfunction in patients with severe acute
pancreatitis is more obvious when compared with the mild difference was significant. And gallstone pancreatitis complicated by liver damage up to see, OK retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) to lift biliary obstruction is conducive to recovery of liver function.
Myocardial damage caused by the reason that the stress state of the body with adrenaline, norepinephrine is elevated, and the AP, when the release of myocardial depressant factor, a large number of trypsin and the
peptides direct myocardial injury. Plasma epinephrine (ET) levels increased by a strong vasoconstrictive effect of increased cardiac burden and the inhibition of myocardial energy metabolism lead to myocardial damage.