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2017, (4) P131-P133

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Experience on Treatment of Intracranial Infection after Ventricular Hemorrhage Treated with External Ventricular Drainage

Zhu Jizi

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Objective: To explore the treatment and experience of intracranial infection after ventricular hemorrhage is treated with external ventricular drainage. Methods: A total of 30 patients with intracranial infection were enrolled in our hospital from August 2011 to September 2016. The patients were treated with intravenous, lumbar drainage, intrathecal injection and treatment for all patients. Before and after the clinical indicators, cerebrospinal fluid traits were observed and compared. Results: The mean extubation time was 6.43 days (s = 1.12) for all patients. At the end of treatment all the symptoms of infection in patients disappeared, no deaths. After treatment, body temperature, intracranial pressure, cerebrospinal fluid white blood cell count, protein content was significantly lower than before treatment, and chloride and sugar indicators were significantly higher than before treatment, P <0.05. Conclusion: Intracranial drainage after intraventricular hemorrhage is effective in the treatment of intracranial infection, intravenous administration, combined treatment of lumbar pond drainage and intrathecal antibiotics, and the prognosis is good and worthy of clinical promotion.

关键词(KeyWords): external ventricular drainage, ventricular hemorrhage, intracranial infection, treatment experience

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