Home > Question > After choledocholithiasis surgery, bile flowed out of T tube and abdominal drainage tube

After choledocholithiasis surgery, bile flowed out of T tube and abdominal drainage tube

Dec 22 20211 people replied
Description Of Condition:

My mother is 64 years old. After choledocholithiasis surgery, she left a T-tube and an abdominal drainage tube. On the fifth day, the doctor asked the T-tube to be closed. If there was abdominal pain or abdominal distension, she would open it at any time. On the seventh day, she was ready to have a T-tube angiography, and she could be discharged without anything. As a result, in the morning, she found that there was bile outflow from the abdominal drainage tube. The doctor said not to do the angiography first, and then observe for two days. When there was no fluid outflow from the abdominal drainage, she could be discharged, The T-tube was opened again. On the ninth day of today, the bile flowing out of the abdominal drainage tube not only did not decrease, but increased. It was no less than the bile flowing out of the T-tube. Go to the doctor and ask the doctor what caused the radiography today. The doctor said that the bile duct wound did not grow well. Let me observe it for another two days. I doubt whether the operation was not handled well. Ask the expert for advice

Common Health Issues
See more related questions