Normal because of the increased blood flow through the leg
Slightly deteriorating and should be monitored for another hour
Moderately impaired. and the surgeon should be called.
Adequate from the arterial approach. but venous complications are arising.
Has a pale colored base
Is deep. with even edges
Has little granulation tissue
Has brown pigmentation around it.
Walking several times each day as an exercise program.
Keeping the heat up so that the environment is warm
Wearing TED hose during the day
Using hydrotherapy for increasing oxygenation
An acute obstruction in the vessels of the legs
Peripheral vascular problems in both legs
Doppler flow study
Pulsatile abdominal mass
Hyperactive bowel sounds in that area
Systolic bruit over the area of the mass
Subjective sensation of “heart beating” in the abdomen.
Thrombosis and infection
Bleeding and infection
Bleeding and wound dehiscence.
Wound dehiscence and evisceration.