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Hello.

Thanks a lot for your promptness to help. You may take 2-3 days to check it and make corrections. I am sending you the text along with this.

Dr.Saraiya

Plastic surgeon

Use of Foley catheter as a flap retainer

Introduction:

Keeping skin graft or a flap well adherent to underlying surface can sometimes be a difficult job. The search is still on for a better pressure dressing.

The complete forehead flap was used to reconstruct eyeball socket. The flap was reintroduced into the socket and the margins were sutured with skin margins. To keep flap adherent to the socket walls, the foley catheter was used. The catheter was passed from the normal skin and the bulb was positioned in such a way that inflated bulb produced gentle compression.

Inflated Foley’s catheter bulb produced gentle compression just enough to keep the flap in position till complete healing. Follow up showed complete coverage of socket with well adherent flap.

This method is very effective in filling the cavity. The pressure can be adjusted simply by adding or withdrawing fluid from the balloon. This technique is simple and cost effective. The desired pressure can be produced on flap so that the pressure necrosis can be prevented.



Keeping skin graft or a flap well adherent to underlying surface can sometimes be a difficult job particularly inside the cavity. Application of pressure with the help of tight dressing, tie over dressing, by elastic bandage or by adherent tape has been in use for years together. Unfortunately the pressure doesn’t remain effective all the time until complete healing occurs. The search is still on for a better pressure dressing.

Case Report:

A 55 years old female patient was referred to us with raw area and discharge from the left eye socket. She had a history of swelling of left upper alveolus and upper face for one year. She was diagnosed to have a squamous cell carcinoma of left maxilla which had also involved eyeball. The left total maxillectomy with left eye ball evisceration was done before three months by oncosurgical unit. The eye socket was reconstructed with a split thickness skin graft. The skin graft was partially rejected and there were multiple raw areas with pus discharge. Repeated attempts to cover the defect with split thickness skin grafts had failed. The total forehead flap was advised by us. The flap surgery was again carried out by oncosurgical unit. The patient was referred back to us after a month with dirty foul smelling discharge from the eye socket. On examination the forehead flap was

found to be non adherent to the socket walls. There was a cavity between the flap and socket walls. After detaching the flap, through debridement was carried out and all dirty granulations were removed. The flap was reintroduced into the socket and the margins were sutured with skin margins. There was a fear that the flap may not remain adherent to the walls till complete healing. To keep flap in position the foley catheter was used. The catheter was passed from the normal skin and the bulb was positioned in such a way that inflated bulb produced gentle compression just enough to keep the flap in position till complete healing. The radiotherapy was started on 15th postoperative day. Follow up showed complete coverage of socket with well adherent flap.

Discussion:

The invention of catheter by breakthrough design by American urologist Frederic Eugene Basil Foley is really very amazing1. Even though it was intended for urinary drainage, people have found out many different uses. Apart from its use as a drainage device, the Foley’s catheter have been used for control of traumatic vascular injuries2,3, epistaxis4, removal of a rectal and esophageal foreign bodies5, support for zygomatic6 and orbital floor fractures7, intraoperative tissue expansion8,9, imperforate hymen10 and scrotal reconstructions11 etc.

Filling the cavity with dental material, dressing material or tie over dressing are age old good methods. Unfortunately the pressure gets lost after a while. The circulation of flap can not be monitored also. The same is true for pressure bandages and tapes.

This method is very effective in filling the cavity. It increases the contact between two surfaces and produces effective pressure to prevent any fluid collection without jeopardy the circulation. The pressure can be adjusted simply by adding or withdrawing fluid from the balloon. This technique is simple and cost effective. The desired pressure can be produced on flap so that the pressure necrosis can be prevented. Foley catheter is freely available all over the world.
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SaraiyaHello.

Thanks a lot for your promptness to help. You may take 2-3 days to check it and make corrections. I am sending you the text along with this.

Dr.Saraiya

Plastic surgeon

Use of Foley catheter as a flap retainer

Introduction:

Keeping skin graft or a flap well adherent to underlying surface can sometimes be a difficult job. The search is still on for a better pressure dressing.

The complete forehead flap was used to reconstruct the eyeball socket. The flap was reintroduced into the socket and the margins were sutured with skin margins. To keep the flap adherent to the socket walls, a Foley catheter was used. The catheter was passed from the normal skin and the bulb was positioned in such a way that, when inflated, bulb it produced gentle compression.

The inflated Foley’s catheter bulb produced just enough gentle compression to keep the flap in position till complete healed. Follow up showed complete coverage of socket with well-adherent flap.

This method is very effective in filling the cavity. The pressure can be adjusted simply by adding or withdrawing fluid from the balloon. This technique is simple and cost-effective. The desired pressure can be produced maintaned on the flap so that the pressure necrosis can be prevented.



Keeping a skin graft or a flap well adherent to an underlying surface can sometimes be a difficult, job particularly inside the cavity. Application of pressure with the help of tight dressing, tie-over dressing, by elastic bandage or by adherent tape has been in use for years together.the method used for many years. Unfortunately the pressure doesn’t remain effective all the time until complete healing occurs. The search is still on for a better pressure dressing.

Case Report:

A 55 year-old female patient was referred to us with a raw area and discharge from the left eye socket. She had a history of swelling of the left upper alveolus and upper face for one year. She was diagnosed to have as having a squamous cell carcinoma of left maxilla which had also involved the eyeball. A left total maxillectomy with left eyeball evisceration was done before three months prior to referral by [the/an] oncosurgical unit. The eye socket was reconstructed with a split thickness skin graft. The skin graft was partially rejected and there were multiple raw areas with pus discharge. Repeated attempts to cover the defect with split thickness skin grafts had failed. The total forehead flap was advised by us. The flap surgery was again carried out by the oncosurgical unit. The patient was referred back to us after a month with dirty foul smelling discharge from the eye socket. On examination the forehead flap was found to be non-adherent to the socket walls. There was a cavity between the flap and socket walls. After detaching the flap, thorough debridement was carried out and all dirty granulations were removed. The flap was reintroduced into the socket and the margins were sutured with skin margins. There was a fear that the flap might not remain adherent to the walls till complete healing. To keep flap in position the Foley catheter was used. The catheter was passed from the normal skin and the bulb was positioned in such a way that the inflated bulb produced just enough gentle compression to keep the flap in position till complete healing. Radiotherapy was started on the 15th post-operative day. Follow up showed complete coverage of socket with well-adherent flap.

Discussion:

The invention of the catheter by breakthrough design by American urologist Frederic Eugene Basil Foley is really very amazing1. Even though it was intended for urinary drainage, people have found out many different uses for it. Apart from its use as a drainage device, the Foley’s catheterFoley catheters have been used for control of traumatic vascular injuries2,3, epistaxis4, removal of a rectal and esophageal foreign bodies5, support for zygomatic6 and orbital floor fractures7, intraoperative tissue expansion8,9, imperforate hymen10 and scrotal reconstructions11 etc.

Filling the cavity with dental material, dressing material or tie-over dressing are age-old good methods. Unfortunately the pressure gets lost after a while. The circulation of flap can not be monitored also. The same is true for pressure bandages and tapes.

This method is very effective in filling the cavity. It increases the contact between two surfaces and produces effective pressure to prevent any fluid collection without jeopardy the circulation. The pressure can be adjusted simply by adding or withdrawing fluid from the balloonbulb This technique is simple and cost-effective. The desired pressure can be produced on the flap so that the pressure necrosis can be prevented. Foley catheters are freely available all over the world.

I hope this is not too late.

Your introductory paragraph and final paragraph repeat the same information in the same words. It would be better to change one of them.