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Amidi F, Naseri M. A comparison of bipolar electrocoagulation and Filshie-Clips in Tubal Ligatio. Journal of Inflammatory Diseases. 1999; 3 (2) :33-36
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Background: Finding simple, lowcost and safe method for tubal ligation is very important. Objective: To determine the early complications (up to one week after operation) and duration of operation and hospitalization in both methods. Methods: In a randomized clinical trail, 20 patients using filshie-clips for tubal ligation and 20 other patients using bipolar electrocoagulation were studied. Then the duration of surgury and hospitalization of both methods and their early complications were compared. Findings: The duration of operation and hospitalization was less in patients who used filshie-clips (duration of hospitalization 5.6 ×2.08 VS. 12.5 ×14.66 hours and operation 6.5 ×2.61 VS. 13 ×2.76 mins.). Early complications were the same. Conclusion: Using filshie-clips for tubal ligation is easier and safer than bipolar electrocoagulation.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Obsterics & Gynecology

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