Analysis of Clinical Effect of Auxiliary Microscope Minimally-Invasive Operation on the Treatment of Protrusion of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc

  • Xiang Wang
Keywords: Auxiliary Microscope Minimally-Invasive Operation, Traditional Open Operation, Protrusion of Lumbar Intervertebral Disc, Clinical Effect, Waist Activity, Pain Symptom, Complication

Abstract

To explore the clinical value of the treatment by the auxiliary microscope minimally-invasive operation adopted
by the patients with the protrusion of lumbar intervertebral disc. From Oct. 2017 to Oct. 2019, 150 patients with
the protrusion of lumbar intervertebral disc admitted in our hospital were selected and they were divided in the
observation group (treatment with the auxiliary microscope minimally-invasive operation) and the control group
(treatment of the traditional open operation), 75 cases for each group. The occurrence of treatment effect, waist
activities, pain symptom, intraoperative situation and adverse reaction was compared. The total effective rate
(94.67%) of treatment in the observation group was higher (P<0.05) than the control group (82.67%); Before the
treatment, there was no significant difference (P<0.05) on the waist activity and pain score between two groups
of patients. After the treatment, the lateral bending activity, etroextension activity and flexion activity of the
waist in the observation group were higher than the control group (P<0.05) and the VAS pain score in the
observation group is lower than the control group (P<0.05). Besides, compared with the control group, the
operation time (37.28±7.47)min and intraoperative bleeding (58.11±9.47) ml in the observation group were
small (P<0.05); compared with the control group (13.33%), the occurrence rate of complication in the
observation group (5.33%) was lower (P<0.05). By adopting the auxiliary microscope minimally-invasive
operation on the treatment of patients with the protrusion of lumbar intervertebral disc, it cannot only improve
the therapeutic effect and the patient's waist activities, alleviate the pain symptoms, shorten the operation time,
reduce the interoperative bleeding amount, reduce the normal tissue complication probability and promote the
patient's rapid recovery. Therefore, it is worthy popularizing and applying in clinic.

Published
2020-05-01