Material and methods.
The study included 250 patients. Patients were divided into 4 groups according to nosological units:
Group 1 - 100 patients with purulent diseases of the skin and soft tissues (furuncle, abscess, phlegmon, infected wounds of various kinds). The application of the drug on the wound surface on a gauze drape for 2-4 minutes was used in this group of patients with superficial wounds; tamponing of wounds for a period of 6 to 24 hours was used for deep purulent cavities, common interfascial phlegmon and tricks.
Group 2 - 50 patients with a complicated course of acute surgical pathology of the abdominal cavity and chest (acute destructive pancreatitis, peritonitis of various etiologies, liver abscesses, pleural empyema). All patients with pathology of the abdominal organs were operated on in the open way. Hemostasis was achieved by laying a drape with a Haemoblock on the bleeding tissue for 2-5 minutes. Patients with pleural empyema were operated thoracoscopically, Haemoblock solution was injected
into the pleural cavity through the thoracoport in a volume of 50-100 ml.
Group 3 - 40 patients with oncological diseases (breast cancer, melanoma, rectal cancer,
liposarcoma, cancer of the tongue). Haemoblock was applied abundantly moistened with a gauze drape on an open wound surface.
Group 4 - 60 patients of the proctological profile (suppressed epithelial coccygeal duct,
paraproctitis, patients with a functioning colostomy). Drape with Haemoblock was placed in wounds for up to 12 hours. The age of patients ranged from 21 to 76 years old. There were 172 men (68.8%) and 78 women (31.8%). Patients of working age were 81.6% (204), patients over 60 years old were 22.4% (56). The average duration of hospitalization was 12.9 days. Table 1 shows the distribution of patients according to the nature of the prior disease. Concomitant pathology that aggravated the severity of the underlying
disease was detected in 195 (78%) patients during the examination: diseases of the cardiovascular system - 78%, respiratory diseases - 47%, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract - 53%, diabetes - 46%, diseases of the genitourinary system - 39%, chronic alcohol intoxication - 54%. All patients received antibiotic therapy.