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A new device for the symptomatic treatment of ascites in women

[Surgery]
Arthur Aidemirov; Natalia Shahnazaryan; Albert Vafin; Victor Gorbunkov; Arsen Shahnazaryan; Ellina Aidеmirov;

The aim of the study is to analyze the effectiveness of the use of a new device for the symptomatic treatment of ascites in women.
The proposed method of treatment in comparison with traditional has several advantages: gradual, but constant evacuation of ascitic fluid, installation of a drainage tube at the lowest point of the abdominal cavity, compactness and ease of use, low injury rate, improvement of the quality of life of patients.

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Keywords: ascites, drainage through the posterior vaginal vault, antireflux valve, treatment


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