Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 2000;43(9):1207-1212.
Published online September 15, 2000.
Significance of Postoperative Peritoneal Drainage and Peritoneal Dialys is in Infants with Congenital Heart Disease Who Underwent Open Heart Surgery
Ji-Hwan Choi1, Jae-Hwa Oh1, Hyang-Suk Yoon1, Jong-Bum Choi2, Soon-Ho Choi2
1Department of Pediatrics, Wonkwang University School of Medicine, Iksan, Korea
2Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, Wonkwang University School of Medicine, Iksan, Korea
영아의 선천성심질환에 대한 개심술 후의 집중치료에서 복강 배액과 양식 복막투석의 의의
최지환1, 오재화1, 윤향석1, 최종범2, 최순호2
1원광대학교 의과대학 소아과학교실
2원광대학교 의과대학 흉부외과학교실
Correspondence: 
Hyang-Suk Yoon, Email: yhe0520@wmc.wonkwang.ac.kr
Abstract
Purpose
: We reviewed 5 years worth of experience with peritoneal drainage and dialiysis in infants who underwent open heart surgery. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of peritoneal drainage and peritoneal dialysis on fluid on balance and several paramenters od intensive care.
Methods
: Six(10%) of 60 consecutive infants who underwent open heart surgery required peritoneal dialysis during peritoneal drainage. Simple peritoneal drainage was performed in the remaining 54 infants. The silicone rubber peritoneal dialysis catheter was inserted into the center of abdominal cavity just after operation, and subsequent peritoneal drainage was maintained during intensive care.
Results
: Mean age of the study group was 0.48¡¾0.21 years(M:F=32:28). Early postoperative mortality amang the infants with congenital heart disease was 1.6%. Total amount of output was 7.0¡¾2.28mL/kg/hr, urine output 5.14¡¾2.91mL/kg/hr, pleural fluid 0.80¡¾0.51mL/kg/hr, and peritoneal fluid 1.20¡¾0.90mL/kg/hr. The ratio of output to intake(O/I) was 1.06. None of the complications required early termination of peritoneal drainage or peritoneal dialysis. Hermodynamics and pulmonary function were maintained steadily during postoperative intensive care.
Conclusion
: The early institution of peritoneal drainage and peritoneal dialysis in infants with congential heart disease after cardiac operations not only removes fluid, thus easing fluid restrictions, but may also improve cardiopulmonary function.
Key Words: Peritoneal dialtsis, Open heart surgery


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