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Tumor in the cecum and ascending colon

Follow-up

  • The patient is mobilized in the evening the day of surgery, or possibly the next day.
  • The patient can start to drink and eat carefully on the first postoperative day.
  • The urinary catheter is removed on the fist postoperative day or when the patient is mobilized.
  • The epidural catheter is usually removed on the continues on peroral analgetics.

Complications

  • Cardiopulmonary complications depend on the patient´s general condition, comorbidity and the extent of the surgery. Cardial infarcion and arrytmias and dysrhythmia may occur. Basilar atelectasis and/or pleural fluid and possibly pneumonia are more common.
  • Approximately 5% develop anastomosis leakage. Preoperative radiation therapy increases the risk of leakage. Intraperitoneal and/or pelvis infections, diffuse or localized, in the absence of anastomosis leakage.
  • Intraabdominal bleeding, inclusive bleeding from anastomosis is relatively rare.
  • After open surgery wound dehiscence and infection in the abdominal wound occur varying degrees, from light superficial infection to abdominal wall abscess.
  • Paralytic ileus is common in the presence of another complication but can also appear without any specific cause.
  • Mechanical ileus is relatively rare, but if there is a lack of intestinal activity in the first week and increasing abdominal pains, a mechanical ileus is suspected.
  • Port-site hernia occurs after a laparoscopy.
  • Deep vein thrombosis and lung embolism are rare if prophylaxis is used according to guidelines.
  • Urinary retention

Late complications

  • Ventral hernia in the abdominal wound may occur.
  • Postoperative ileus occurs in about 5%.

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