[The role of immune monitoring in major liver resections from the position of the operative trauma and anaesthesia protection].

Anesteziologiia i reanimatologiia

PubMedID: 24000648

Shiganova AM, Vyzhigina MA, Buniatian KA, Inviiaeva EV, Vinnitskii LI, Balaian OV, Golovkin AS. [The role of immune monitoring in major liver resections from the position of the operative trauma and anaesthesia protection]. Anesteziol Reanimatol. 2013;(2):30-4.
Recently, the number of liver resection has increased, which requires adequate and safe anesthesia provision in this surgery area. Cytokine plasma spectrum is the one of the most important indicators characterizing inflammatory reaction intensity during and after surgery and postoperative period flow prognosis. Immune monitoring gives a notion about operative rauma features, liver damage severity, anaesthesia adequacy. Interleukin dynamics evaluation during liver resections is a topical theoretical and practical problem. The aim of this research was to evaluate the interleukins intraoperative dynamics in liver resection patients. Anaesthesia protocols were analyzed in 51 patients, 26 (51%) of which was a Sevorane multi-component balanced anaesthesia, and 25 (49%) - Propofol multi-component balanced anaesthesia. Intraoperative haemodynamics, metabolism, General and biochemical blood tests, coagulogramm, C3 and C4 complement factors dynamics, cytokines data were evaluated The obtained data testified systemic inflammatory response with a marked pro - and anti-inflammatory cytokines imbalance formation development in patients underwent organ-conserving and major liver resection. Sevorane use leads to a more pronounced anti-inflammatory cytokines synthesis in comparison with TIVA-group, the imbalance of pro - and anti-inflammatory cytokines is also more pronounced in Sevorane-group.