Objective To observe the clinical effects of different surgical methods by different surgical methods for open thyroid patients, and to explore the clinical application characteristics of different surgical methods. Methods A total of 62 patients with thyroid tumors were enrolled in our hospital from January 2014 to December 2018, and 62 patients were randomly divided into control group by random number method: 31 cases were treated with conventional surgery, and the observation group adopted ultrasonic knife surgery method, observe the surgical situation and complications of the two groups of patients. Results The resection time of the observation group was (48.85±11.32)min lower than that of the control group (t=15.074, P<0.05), and the drainage volume was (34.14±13.74)mL lower than the control group (t=18.563, P<0.05). The incision length was (3.85±1.46)cm was lower than the control group (t=5.863, P<0.05), the total operation time was (71.29±11.26)min lower than the control group (t=36.572, P<0.05), and the bleeding volume was (18.95±8.17)mL lower than the control group (t=17.662, P<0.05);the total incidence of complications in the observation group was 6.45% lower than that in the control group (χ^2=10.104, P<0.05). Conclusion Ultrasonic knife surgery can effectively reduce the time of resection, drainage, length of incision, total operation time, blood loss, reduce the incidence of complications, and improve patient satisfaction. It is worthy of clinical application.
World Journal of Complex Medicine
Open thyroid surgery
Recurrent laryngeal nerve