Trial of Electrolyzed Strong Acid Aqueous Solution Lavage in the Treatment of Peritonitis and Intraperitoneal Abscess

Yoshihiro Inoue, Shigeatsu Endo, Koryo Kondo, Hironobu Ito, Hiroaki Omori, Kazuyoshi Saito

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1594.1997.tb00695.x DOI is the universal ID for this study.

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Abstract:

Electrolyzed strong acid aqueous solution is acidic water that contains active oxygen and active chlorine and possesses a redox potential. We performed peritoneal and abscess lavages with an electrolyzed strong acid aqueous solution to treat 7 patients with peritonitis and intraperitoneal abscesses, who were seen in our department between December 1994 and April 1995. The underlying disease was duodenal ulcer perforation in 4 of these 7 patients and gastric ulcer perforation, acute enteritis, and intraperitoneal perforation of pyometrium in 1 patient each. Irrigation was performed twice a day. Micro biological studies of the paracentesis fluid were negative in 3 cases, and the irrigation period was 2–4 days. Anaerobic bacteria were isolated in 3 of the 4 positive cases (Bacteroides in 2, Prevotella in l), and a fungus (Candida) was isolated in the remaining patient. The period of irrigation in these patients ranged from 9 to 12 days, but conversion to a microorganism negative state was observed in 3–7 days.

Publish Year 1997
Country Japan
Rank Positive
Journal Artificial Organs
Primary Topic Peritonium
Secondary Topic Sepsis
Model Human
Tertiary Topic Peritonitis
Vehicle Water (Electrolysis)
pH Acidic
Application Irrigation
Comparison
Complement