Effect of metoclopramide and L-arginine on the performance of motor-evacuation function of the gastrointestinal tract and hemodynamic safter emergency abdominal surgery
Introduction. Motor-evacuation dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract is widespread in the postoperative period and occurs not only after major abdominal operations, gynecological, urological surgeries, and after small-scale surgery, including laparoscopic. The effects of postoperative motility disorders of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) significantly increased length of hospital stay, have an adverse effect on the consequences of the disease and increase the cost of treatment. Applicationstandard therapy using metoclopramide and neostigmineleads to many side effects. We assumed, that the positive impact of L-argininumto restore endothelial function in ischemic reperfusion-bowel lesionscould lead to more rapid recovery of intestinal peristalsis.
Materials and methods. After ...