OUTCOME OF INCISION DRAINAGE IN BREAST ABSCESS AMONG LACTATING MOTHERS.
Zahoor Hussain Bhellar1, Abdul Malik Sangri2,Dr:Fozia unar3, Zulfiqar Ali sher4
Introduction: - In emergency surgery, abscess of Breast is the commonest mamary ailment influencing in lactating moms. Staphylococcus Aureus is found to be the common micro organism as a causative agent. Nursing mothers are prone to develop it. There is strong evidence that the women have first pregnancy commonly develop this condition in their 1st month of their lactational period. Trauma to mother’s breast caused by baby at weaning at the age of 6 months is also the predisposing factor causing the abscess. Goal, ultrasound guided seepage and entry point wastes are the methods to be finished. Design: Study configuration is Cross sectional research. Place with duration of study:- Surgical division of Khairpur Medical College Hospital from September 2018 to August 2019 Patients and methodology:- All the patients with history of lactation were conceded through Surgical OPD and crisis Department of KMC Hospital Khairpur Sindh. History, neighborhood Examination separated from general physical, fundamental assessment was finished. Required biochemical just as imaging examinations were done trailed by various surgeries. Results: - Total 60 patients were included in this study. Incision drainage was done in most of patients. Culture and sensitivity of pus showed that the most common organism causing this condition was Staphylococcus.
Conclusion: - Incision drainage produced the excellent results with no recurrence rate. Keywords:- Breast Abscess, lactation, Incision Drainage, Staphylococcus Aureus