Acute Acalculous Cholecystitis in Patient with Severe Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Case Report
Aziza Kantri1*, Amal Haoudar1, Jihane Ziati1, Karim Elaidaoui1, Mohamed Miguil1, Khalid Sair2, Chafik Elkettani3
1Department of Anesthesia and intensive care unit, Cheikh Khalifa International University Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco
2Surgery Department, Cheikh Khalifa International University Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco
3Department of anesthesia and intensive care unit, Ibn Rochd University Hospital, Casablanca, Morocco
*Corresponding author: Aziza Kantri, Cheikh Khalifa International University Hospital, Mohamed VI University of Health Science (UM6SS) 67 Nassim Islane, Morocco. Tel: 00212670881027; Email: email@example.com
Citation: Kantri A, Haoudar A, Ziati J, Elaidaoui K, Miguil M, et al. (2020) Acute Acalculous Cholecystitis in Patient with Severe Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Case Report. Annal Cas Rep Rev: ACRR-125.
Received Date: 28 May 2020; Accepted Date: 02 June 2020; Published Date: 08 June 2020
Journal Title:Annals of Case Reports & Reviews
Acute Acalculous cholecystitis (AAC) is a potentially fatal gallbladder infection occurring in severely ill patients. Combining it with other serious conditions such as advanced forms of SARS-COV infection19 will worsen the prognosis of these patients. Difficulties in the diagnosis of AAC due to the infectious syndrome overwhelmed by the SARS-COV19-related severe inflammatory syndrome are often encountered. The various stages of medical and surgical management in the intensive care unit and operating room will be impacted by the COVID19 context with the difficulty of respiratory and hemodynamic management of these patients and the precautions to be taken to minimize transmission of the infection.
The authors propose this rare clinical case to illustrate the data in the literature for the etiopathogenic understanding of AAC and its management in the context of C0VID 19.
Keywords: Acute Acalculous cholecystitis, SARS-COV 19, Inflammatory Syndrome, cholecystectomy.