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The analysis of results of treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis in the clinic of faculty surgery, Stavropol state medical University for 30 years. For the period 1984–2014 in the clinic of faculty surgery enrolled 4010 patients with acute pancreatitis. The leading etiological factor in the development of acute pancreatitis was alimentary. Overall mortality was 2.1 %. Of 4010 operated 321 (8 %), after surgery died 60 (18,6 %) patients. Postoperative mortality in 1984–1997, he was 16.1 %, from 1998 to 2006 the values of this index varied in the range of 31 %, from 2007 to 2014 these numbers was of 13.8 %. This dynamics of postoperative mortality associated with the introduction of minimally invasive technologies. In patients treated conservatively, the mortality rate 0.7 %, which is due to the effectiveness of complex intensive pathogenetic therapy.
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Keywords: acute pancreatitis, analysis of the results, treatment