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Hot spot focus-where is the abdominal puncture device?
Abdominal puncture is a common medical procedure used to diagnose and treat diseases within the abdominal cavity. The abdominal puncture device road refers to the specific method and path of puncturing the abdominal cavity.
At present, there are two commonly used abdominal puncture routes: transumbilical incision and transabdominal incision. Transumbilical incision is the insertion of a puncture needle into the abdominal cavity through the navel and is suitable for some simple abdominal puncture operations. A transabdominal incision involves inserting a needle or catheter into the abdominal cavity by making a small incision in the side or lower abdomen.
However, with the continuous advancement of technology, some new abdominal puncture methods have gradually been introduced into clinical practice. For example, the development of laparoscopic technology has made it possible to puncture the abdominal cavity through laparoscopic guidance, which is less invasive and more accurate. In addition, there are some interventional radiology techniques, such as CT-guided abdominal puncture, which can accurately locate the abdominal puncture site under image guidance.
Generally speaking, the choice of abdominal puncture path should be determined according to the specific condition and the experience of the doctor. With the advancement of science and technology, more and more innovative technologies and methods are introduced, providing more options for abdominal puncture to improve the success rate of surgery and patient safety.