• Irina Angelova Dekova Medical University
  • Valeriya Racheva Medical University
  • Lazar Valeriev Tranchev Medical University


Adhesive ileus is a common disease. A prerequisite for its development is previous surgical intervention in
90% and the presence of an experienced inflammatory process or blunt trauma. The percentage of congenital
abdominal adhesions (Ladd's syndrome) is extremely small. The presence of adhesive disease is a prerequisite for
a number of social and economic complications. The analysis of the accumulated knowledge is the basis of
developing strategies for prophylaxis and prevention against adhesion formation in the early and late postoperative

Биографии авторов

Irina Angelova Dekova , Medical University

M.D., As. Prof. at the Department of Surgical Diseases

Valeriya Racheva, Medical University

M.D., As. Prof. at the Department of Clinical Laboratory

Lazar Valeriev Tranchev, Medical University



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Как цитировать
Dekova , Irina Angelova, Valeriya Racheva, и Lazar Valeriev Tranchev. 2023. «ADHESIVE ILEUS – PREVENTION METHODS. OUTCOMES AND IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTION.». EurasianUnionScientists, январь, 26-32.