SELSI Consensus Statement For Safe Cholecystectomy—Prevention And Management Of Bile Duct Injury—Part B
Virinder Kumar Bansal, Mahesh C. Misra, Anil Agarwal, JB Agrawal, Pn Agarwal, Sandeep Aggarwal, Mohammad Aslam, Asuri Krishna, Aditya Baksi, Anu Behari, Hemanga K Bhattacharjee, Rajesh Bhojwani, Jagdish Chander, Tk Chattopadhyay, Chintamani, Pradeep Chowbey, Abhay N Dalvi, NR Dash, IK Dhawan, Shivanand Gamangatti, Pk Garg, NM Gupta, Rajesh Gupta, SK Gupta, Vikas Gupta, Lileswar Kaman, Bml Kapur, Kamal Kataria, Muneer Khan, Ajay Khanna, Rajesh Khullar, Anand Kumar, Abhyuday Kumar, Sanjaya Kumar, Subodh Kumar, Pawanindra Lal, SD Maurya, GS Moirangthem, Sampriti Pal, Rajesh Panwar, Rajinder Parshad, Biju Pottakkat, Om Prakash Prajapati, Shailesh P. Puntambekar, Piyush Ranjan, Yashwant Singh Rathore, Peush Sahni, Rathindra Sarangi, Vuthaluru Seenu, Rajeev Sharma, Vk Shukla, DP Singh, Jaspal Naveel Singh, Rajdeep Singh, Rajeev Ranjan Sinha, Sadiq Saleem Sikora, Amit Srivastava, Ankita Srivastava, KN Srivastava, Shaji Thomas, G.R. Verma, JD Wig, Vk Kapoor
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Cholecystectomy is one of the commonest general surgical procedures performed all over India. The risk of bile duct injury (BDI) during laparoscopic cholecystectomy is two to three times higher than during open cholecystectomy. The worldwide incidence of bile duct injury is 0.5% or 1 in 200 cases. BDI and its consequences result in significant morbidity and may even cause mortality. BDI increases the cost of treatment and is a common reason for a medicolegal suit against the surgeons. To minimize the incidence of BDI and to manage it timely and appropriately, a set of guidelines was deemed necessary by a group of senior surgeons during a Society of Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgeons of India (SELSI) meeting in 2016. Guidelines for “Safe Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy” and bile duct injury management formulated by other international societies are already available. The applicability of these guidelines to Indian subjects especially in small peripheral centers was limited. Hence, a decision was taken to form a set of guidelines for general surgeons with basic laparoscopic skills with little or no advanced laparoscopic skills. Those working in a solo practice, nursing homes, and small private hospitals at talukas or districts should have “Safe Cholecystectomy” guidelines and management of BDI suitable to their situation. These guidelines were formed after three consensus meetings and have been approved by a SELSI Expert Group.
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