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As the gathered statistic data shows, the growing surgical experience leads to the decrease of the conversion rate, complications, hospital stay and mean operation time.
Venous thromboembolism (VTE) in the form of either pulmonary embolism (PE) or deep vein thrombosis (DVT) complicates major surgery not infrequently. We analyzed in this study superiority of combined approach of thromboprophylaxis compared to conventional nonpharmacological preventive sets.
According to results of our study, combined surgical interventions especially those performed from a single surgical approach, slightly increase the severity of the operation compared to isolated interventions performed for the same underlying diseases. Evidence reveals that simultaneous operations are not followed by severe operational complications, which could be an expected feature of solely this type of operation.
Occurrence of complications and conversion to conventional surgical cholecystectomy reduced over time, depending on surgical experience of operating team and practice of operator.