Recently, Yang Yun, Department of Stomatology, Dingxi people’s Hospital, Gansu Province, published a paper to explore the feasibility and effect of modified repair of cleft lip of newborn, and to provide reference and clinical experience for the operation of cleft lip in the future The research points out that the clinical application of the modified cleft lip repair is not much, which requires the medical staff to refer to the basic research and clinical practice experience in the future clinical operation, and strive to improve the level of medical technology, so that the modified cleft lip repair can be more widely used in the treatment of children with cleft lip and achieve better results This paper was published in the Chinese Journal of health and nutrition (mid ten issue) in 2014.
From January 2009 to January 2013, 40 infants with cleft lip were selected and treated with sedative and local anesthesia before operation. The effect of repair was observed and recorded
The anesthesia condition of 40 children was stable, no abnormal condition was found during the operation, and there was no rupture or infection in the wound after the operation, and the healing was good. The suture was removed 7 days after the operation, and the recovery was reviewed in our hospital half a year to one year after the treatment. The sucking ability of all children was shown Now it is normal. The family members are satisfied with the appearance of the upper lip and the recovery of its normal function, and the incision marks are not obvious
(practice editor: Xu runlan)