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Central Asian Journal of Medicine

Abstract

Objective: Prevention, early detection and timely correction of functional liver disorders in patients with purulent-septic infection. Materials and Methods: We studied 38 patients with severe purulent-septic infection associated with diabetic foot syndrome (20), acute peritonitis (18) of appendicular origin (8), acute destructive pancreatitis (7) and blunt abdominal trauma with a rupture of the small intestine (3). All the patients described had generalization of the infectious onset with development of sepsis (30 patients) and sepsis syndrome (8 patients). All the patients had generalization of infectious origin with the development of sepsis (30) and sepsis syndrome (8). Results: In the process of intensive therapy, the hemostatic parameters studied are already improved from the 3rd day, the most pronounced in patients of the 2nd group, who received the hepatoprotector jetepar. Conclusions: The obtained data confirm the hepatoprotective and detoxifying role of jetepar drug in severe purulent-septic infection. The drug can be used in the complex therapy of such critical conditions for the prevention and assistive therapy of developing hepatic complications.

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