Peroperative Needle Aspiration

Peroperative needle aspiration is useful for relatively inaccessible locations within the intestinal tract. The technique is only applicable for patients with an underlying disease who will undergo laparotomy or laparoscopy. The microbiota may be influenced by pre-operative fasting, antibiotic prophylaxis, and anesthesia. Until 1959 the peroperative needling technique was regularly performed at operation (61,62) but is currently no longer performed routinely.

The advantages of this technique are asepsis and the lack of contamination from other regions of the gastrointestinal tract.

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