Justification of the differentiated approach to minimally invasive and open surgeries for acute pancreatitis complications
Results of treatment of 177 patients, suffering from acute pancreatitis complications, were analyzed. The introduction of dynamical monitoring has promoted the reduced rate of open surgeries as well as the reduced postoperative morbidity and lethality rate. Conservative therapy has appeared to be effective in 87 patients, in 66 patients minimally invasive surgeries were applied, and in 24 patients open surgeries were performed. There were significant indications for the performance of minimally invasive and open surgeries for acute pancreatitis.