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12.07.2018

Autologous blood, a novel agent for preoperative colonic localization: a safety and efficacy comparison study

Zeitschrift:
Surgical Endoscopy
Autoren:
Eui Joo Kim, Jun-Won Chung, Su Young Kim, Jung Ho Kim, Yoon Jae Kim, Kyoung Oh Kim, Kwang An Kwon, Dong Kyun Park, Duck Joo Choi, Sung Won Park, Jeong-Heum Baek, Won-Suk Lee

Abstract

Background

Preoperative localization is essential for minimally invasive colorectal surgery. However, conventional endoscopic tattooing agents such as India ink have safety issues. The availability of new endoscopic markers such as non-India-ink-based agent is limited. We assessed the efficacy and safety of preoperative endoscopic tattooing using autologous blood in colorectal surgery.

Methods

From February 2016, all patients who required localization of a target lesion before colorectal surgery underwent endoscopic tattooing using autologous blood, and the outcomes were collected prospectively. As a comparison, we retrospectively reviewed the medical records of a further 51 consecutive patients who underwent endoscopic tattooing using India ink before February 2016. A total of 102 patients who underwent endoscopic tattooing using either India ink or autologous blood were included in this study. The primary outcomes were the visibility of the tattooing in the peritoneal cavity and related adverse events.

Results

Endoscopic tattoos produced using India ink were visible in 49 (96.1%) patients, and tattoos created using autologous blood were visible in 47 (92.2%) patients. In the autologous blood group, the tattoo could not be identified in four patients due to excessive peritoneal fat, bleeding tendency, congenital anomaly, and suboptimal tattooing. Seven (13.7%) patients in the India ink group and three (5.9%) patients in the autologous blood group experienced endoscopic tattooing-related adverse events.

Conclusions

Autologous blood is a feasible and safe tattooing agent for preoperative endoscopic localization of colorectal lesions within maximal interval of 5 days.

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