Patient Name: Brenda C. Seggerman
Patient ID: 903321
Date of Admission: 03/27/xxxx
Date of Procedure: 03/27/xxxx
Surgeon: Rosemary Bumbak, M.D., OBGYN
Assistant: Michael Gerard, DO
Preoperative Diagnosis: Left tubal ectopic pregnancy
1) Ruptured left tubal ectopic pregnancy
3) Pelvic adhesions
The patient was prepped and draped in the usual manner and placed under adequate general anesthesia. Pfannenstiel incision was performed and carried through skin and subcutaneous tissue. Fascia and the peritoneum. The peritoneal cavity was entered. The hemoperitoneum was noted, and approximately 500 milliliters of blood was rapidly evacuated from the pelvic cavities, as were large clots. Following this, the bowel was packed away from the pelvic area with packing laps. A retaining retractor was introduced. The left fallopian tube was noted. A large tubal ectopic pregnancy was noted affecting approximately the distal half of the fallopian tube.
Following the Heaney clamp was placed in the mesosalpinx and another curved Heaney clamp was placed in the proximal aspect of the left fallopian tube beyond the area of the ectopic pregnancy. A partial salpingectomy was performed, removing the portion of the left fallopian tube containing the ectopic pregnancy. Heaney clamps were then replaced with sutures of No. 1 Vicryl. Hemostasis checked again and no bleeding was detected. Further evacuation of blood and blood clots was then performed. The right fallopian tube was noted to be covered with adhesions both tubo-ovarian and tubo-uterine adhesions. The adhesions were then sharply lysed freeing the right fallopian tube. Henostasis was checked again, no bleeding was detected.
Mild serosal abrasion was noted from the area where the ectopic pregnancy was apparently attached to the bowel. This was not bleeding and was very...
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