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Ventriculo-peritoneal Shunting with One Piece Spring Catheter Technical Note

Yonsei Medical Journal 1976년 17권 2호 p.157 ~ 162
Hahn Yoon-Sun, Anthony J. Raimondi,
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 ( Hahn Yoon-Sun ) - Yonsei University College of Medicine Severance Hospital Department of Neurosurgery
 ( Anthony J. Raimondi ) - The Children´s Memorial Hospital north western University McGaw Medical Center Chicago

Abstract


Shunting of cerebrospinal fluid into the peritoneal cavity is a well established procedure which has, over the years, enjoyed increasing popularity.
A slit valve at the distal end elminated the insinuation of the omentum into the shunting tube and a spring catheter prevented kinking of the shunt tubing. However, the most common cause of failure of the shunting is from the separation, or pulling apart, of the various components of the shunt system with subsequent infection. A one piece spring catheter is sufficient to the necessity.
Surgical details are illustrated for installing a one piece spring catheter for hydrocephalus. Four basic steps of surgical procedure using a subcutaneous guide, a leader, a cannula and a cuff are described; firstly passing the guide and the one piece shunt from McBurney´s point to the supraclavicular space, secondly passing the guide from the parietal eminence to the supraclavicular space to thread the one piece shunt cephalad. Thirdly, inserting the cannula into the lateral ventricle and threading the ventricular end of the one piece shunt through the cuff into the lateral ventricle and fourthly inserting the peritoneal end into the peritoneal cavity.

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