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Journal of Korean Critical Care Nursing 2014;7(1):33-39.
Published online June 30, 2014.

성인 생체 간이식 수혜자에서 담도 외-배액관 잠그기 훈련 방법 비교
정진아, 최혜란
2울산대학교 의과대학
A Comparative Study on the Clamping Protocols of a Biliary External Drainage Tube in Adult Living-donor Liver Transplant Recipients
Jin Ah Chung, Hye Ran Choi
1Asan Medical Center
2College of Medicine, University of Ulsan
The propose of this study was to introduce the clamping protocols for a biliary external drainage tube and trace the results of using clamping protocols to prevent some possible biliary complications or enable their early detection in living-donor liver transplantation.
This study was a retrospective study to analyze the cases of 97 subjects who had undergone liver transplantation in a hospital in Seoul, Korea. Clamping protocol 1 was applied to 47 patients, and clamping protocol 2 was applied to 50 patients.
In the case of protocol 1, the success rate of the clamping protocol was 74.5%, while that of protocol 2 was 84.0%. However, there was no significant difference in the compiled statistics from authentic sources (p = .246).
The difference in the success rate between the two protocols was not significant for the clamping protocols of the biliary external drainage tube. However protocol 2 is suggested for the clamping method due to the simplicity of application. Further study with a large sample size is suggested.
Key Words: Biliary complications, Biliary external drainage tube, Clamping protocol, Liver transplantation
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