Made a chemotherapy infusion vascularly isolated lower extremity with a major technical amendment
For the first time in Spain there has been a process of chemotherapeutic regional perfusion vascularly pike isolated limb with a technical modification of great importance. The patient presented Taba transit melanoma metastases located in extreme lower nontax ance of surgical treatment.
The intervention was carried out in HM University Sanchinarro and her many hospital specialists participated, as Drs. Emilio Vicente, Yolanda Quijano, Sergio Olivares, Hipólito Duran Isabel Fabra, Eduardo Diaz, Catherine Oliva and Ricardo Caruso, General Surgery Service; Juan Antonio M. Roman, Carlos Corbacho, Zaira Lozano, Miguel Rodriguez, Anesthesia Service; Lina G. Cañamaque of Nuclear Medicine; John F. Rodríguez, of Oncology and Miguel A. Villar and Itziar Urbina, Perfusion Unit; and Luis Cordoba, Orville Baez, Virginia Grando, Begoña Morato, Jose Gallardo and Waez Bachar, the Intensive Care.
The chemotherapeutic regional perfusion of isolated vascular larly limbs lie is a minimally invasive therapeutic procedure that involves the administration of a chemotherapeutic agent Fast Drying at high doses in a given anatomical area (upper or lower extremities riores) affected by injuries neo nontax Plasic of surgical treatment, thus avoiding anything related toxicity with systemic administration of the cytostatic.
Dr. Vincent and Dr.. Quijano, responsible for the Department of General Surgery tary HM University Sanchinarro, detailing that "under general anesthesia, the dissection of the main artery and vein of the affected limb for subsequent connection is made a system of oxygenated extracorporeal circulation. Here, the channeling of femoral artery and vein was performed. "
The procedure is performed in a closed system with centrifugal pump
This procedure is done in very few hospitals and national experts include these: "Built in HM University Sanchinarro, unprecedented in our country and, quite possibly, in the world, innovation is the embodiment thereof with a closed system with centrifugal pump, using a derivative of pediatric ECMO circuit (long-term care with membrane oxygenator) ".