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Organ Transplantation ; (6): 203-2021.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-873731

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Objective To investigate the risk factors and clinical prognosis of massive blood transfusion during the perioperative period of lung transplantation. Methods Clinical data of 159 lung transplant recipients were retrospectively analyzed. According to the quantity of perioperative blood transfusion, all recipients were divided into the massive blood transfusion group (n=20) and non-massive blood transfusion group (n=139). Clinical data of lung transplant recipients were statistically compared between two groups. The risk factors of perioperative massive blood transfusion were analyzed. Clinical prognosis of the recipients was observed in two groups. Results There were significant differences between the two groups in preoperative data including anticoagulant therapy, hemoglobin content, the number of recipents with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis or idiopathic pulmonary hypertension, and intraoperative data including the number of recipents presenting with intraoperative intrathoracic adhesion, operation time and the amount of various component transfusion(all P < 0.05). Preoperative anticoagulant therapy, incidence of intraoperative intrathoracic adhesion, use of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and long operation time were the risk factors of massive blood transfusion during perioperative period of lung transplantation(all P < 0.05). In the massive blood transfusion group, the incidence rate of grade Ⅲ primary graft dysfunction (PGD) and the fatality within postoperative 30 d were higher compared with those in the non-massive blood transfusion group(both P < 0.01). Low body mass index (BMI) and massive blood transfusion were the risk factors for death within postoperative 30 d(P=0.048、P < 0.001). The 1-year survival rate in the massive blood transfusion group was lower than that in the non-massive blood transfusion group(P < 0.001). Conclusions Preoperative anticoagulant therapy, incidence of intraoperative intrathoracic adhesion, use of ECMO and long operation time are the risk factors for massive blood transfusion during perioperative period of lung transplantation. Massive blood transfusion negatively affects the clinical prognosis of the recipients undergoing lung transplantation.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-756382

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Objective To evaluate the value of endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspiration in the early diagnosis of non-central small cell lung cancer.Methods 141 patients wereselected from July 1999 to June 2017,who were diagnosed with small cell lung cancer (stage N2 and N3).They were divided into two groups according to the approach of obtaining histopathological tissuefor diagnosis.49 cases in the experimental group were obtained by EBUS-TBNA,92 cases in the control group were done by video assisted thoracic surgery (40 cases,43.5%),mediastinoscopy (1 case,1.1%),and open procedure (51 case,55.4%).Survival outcome,time of waiting for the treatment and lengthof stay were analyzed.Results There werel09 males,32 females,the range of age is from 16 to 79 years old [(56.21 ± 11.48) years].62 lesions located in the upper lobe,12 in the middle lobe,56 in the lower lobe,11 in the middle-lower/-upper lobes.Considering the T stage,there are 7 cases of T1,61 cases of T2,45 cases of T3,and 26cases of T4,2 patients with Tx stage.Compared with conventional approach,EBUS-TBNA saved 10.78 days from admission to the time of receiving treatment [(4.62 ± 0.66)days vs.(15.40 ± 1.61) days,P < 0.05],and saved 18.13 days of length of stay [(5.30 ± 0.76) days vs.(23.43 ± 2.44) days,P <0.05].5-year survival rate was 31.0% for traditional group and 27.5% for EBUS-TBNA group,there was no significant difference between two groups(P =0.308).Conclusion EBUS-TBNA couldsave the waiting days from admission to the time of receiving treatment,and also shorten the total length of stay.EBUS-TBNA was more efficient than conventional approaches (VATS,mediastinoscopy or open procedure) for diagnosing non-central small cell lung cancer with enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-433730

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BACKGROUND:Orthotopic lung transplantation model in a rat is the key to investigate the chronic rejection after lung transplantation. However, the precise surgical technique and difficult operation limit the application of the model. OBJECTIVE:To improve the process of anesthesia and lung transplantation, and to establish a rapid, safe and reversible rat lung transplantation model. METHODS:A total of 42 rats were used to establish the model, including 21 donor models and 21 receptor models. The donor lung was excised by median sternotomy with dissection of the left lung and implantation of cuffs (intravenous catheters cut into 1.5 mm sections). The left lung was implanted in the recipient by lateral thoracotomy using the cuffs for anastomoses. The duration of surgery and success rate of transplantation were recorded and calculated. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION:The survival rate of rats after lung transplantation was 100%. The time of left donor lung extraction was (35.3±5.1) minutes in average. The time of placing cuff in donor lung was (12.5±4.6) minutes in average. The surgical procedure time of recipient was (50.2±3.3) minutes. The time of arteriovenous and bronchus casing anastomosis was (27.7±6.2) minutes. After pulmonary artery and vein blood flow was disparked, the whole lung turned red rapidly, blood perfusion was sufficient, venous returned unimpeded;after mechanical ventilation resumed, al graft lungs expanded wel . This improved anesthesia and lung transplantation technique in rats can provide a valid, reliable and reproducible animal model for studying immune responses and rejection in lung transplantation.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-419932

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Objective To review the experience d EBUS-TBNA for staging of lung cancer and the value in diagnosing thoracic diseases in our single center.Methods The data of 343 patients who underwent EBUS-TBNA from September 2009 to August 2011 in our institution were retrospectively reviewed.There were 219 males and 124 females with an average age of (59.4 ± 13.6 ) years.Based on their primary indication,patyients were divided into three categories:group A:with known or strongly suspected lung cancer and enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes on chest radiographic examination ( short axis ≥ 1.0cm) ; group B:with enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes or mediastinal masses of unknown origin; and group C:with pulmonary parenchymal mass located close to the central airways.Results The average short axis diameter of the thoracic lesions was ( 1.94 ± 1.01 ) cm ( range from 0.5 to 8.0cm),and 2.66 punctures were performed per lesion.In group A ( n =208 ),151 patients were confirmed to have mediestinal lymph nodes metastasis while 51 showed negative results.Four patients were diagnosed as tuberculosis and two were confirmed to be stage Ⅱ sarcoidosis.37 in the 51 patients with negative EBUS-TBNA underwent thoracoscopic or thoracotomy for pulmonary resection and mediastinal lymph node dissection.Postoperative pathology confirmed that 32 patients did not have lymph nodes metastases.The diagnostic sensitivity,specificity,accuracy,positive predictive and negative predictive of EBUS-TBNA for the mediastiral staging of lung cancer were 96.8% (151/156),100.0% (32/32),97.3% ( 183/188 ),100% ( 151/151 ) and 86.5% (32/37),respectively.In group B ( n =94),22 patients had malignancy and 72 had benign diseases.Thirteen patients received operative validation in the 23 cases which were diagnosed as proliferative lymph nodes by EBUS-TBNA,and by further operation two and three patients were confirmed as malignancy and other benign diseases respectively.The sensitivity,negative predictive value ( NPV ) and accuracy of EBUS-TBNA in distinguishing malignant mediastinal diseases was 88.0% (22/25)、100% (73/73) 、95.9% (70/73)and 97.9% (92/94),respectively.In group C( n =41 ),malignant diagnosis was achieved in 33 patients,while 4 patients confirmed as malignancy by further operations in the other 8 negative cases.The diagnostic sensitivity and accuracy of EBUS-TBNA for the diagnosis of unknown pulmonary parenchymal mass were 89.2% (33/37) and 90.2% (37/41),respectively.All the procedures were uneventful and no complication occurred.Conclusion EBUS-TBNA is a highly effective and safe procedure in the diagnosis of thoracic diseases and staging.of lung cancer.

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