All publications of “Daniella de Batista Depes”

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Initial experience with hysteroscopic tubal occlusion (Essure®)

Daniella De Batista Depes, Ana Maria Gomes Pereira, Umberto Gazi Lippi, João Alfredo Martins, Reginaldo Guedes Coelho Lopes

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082016AO3717

ABSTRACTObjectiveTo evaluate results of early tubal occlusions performed by hysteroscopy (Essure®).Methods This prospective study included 38 patients, 73.7% of them were white, mean age 34.5 years, they have had on average 3 pregnancies and 2.7 of deliveries. A total of 86.8% of patients previously prepared the endometrium. All procedures were carried out at outpatient unit without anesthesia.Results Insertion rate of the device was 100% at a mean time of 4 minutes and 50 seconds. Based on the analogical visual scale, […]

Analysis of endometrial thickness measured by transvaginal ultrasonography in obese patients

Isabela Corrêa Barboza, Daniella de Batista Depes, Ilzo Vianna Júnior, Marisa Teresinha Patriarca, Raquel Martins Arruda, João Alfredo Martins, [...]

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082014AO2838

ObjectiveTo compare the endometrial echo values obtained by transvaginal ultrasonography with the body mass index of postmenopausal patients; to verify if there is higher prevalence of endometrial thickening in women with body mass index ≥30.MethodsThis is an analytical and cross-sectional study that evaluated 294 patients. Postmenopausal women were included, and those on hormone therapy were excluded. The variables evaluated were body mass index (considering obesity if >30), number of pregnancies, years since menopause, and age. These variables were correlated with […]

Premalignant and malignant lesions in endometrial polyps in patients undergoing hysteroscopic polypectomy

Marco Antonio Lenci, Vanessa Alessandra Lui do Nascimento, Ana Beatriz Grandini, Walid Makin Fahmy, Daniella de Batista Depes, Fausto Farah Baracat, [...]

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082014AO2764

Objective:To evaluate the incidence of premalignant lesions and cancer in endometrial polyps, in patients undergoing hysteroscopic polypectomy.Methods: The results of 1,020 pathological examinations of patients submitted to hysteroscopic polypectomy were analyzed, as well as their diagnostic and surgical hysteroscopy findings. As to their menstrual status, 295 (28.9%) patients were in menacme. Of the total, 193 (65.4%) presented abnormal uterine bleeding, and 102 (34.6%) were asymptomatic with altered endometrial echo on transvaginal ultrasound. Out of 725 (71.1%) postmenopausal patients, 171 (23.6%) […]

Hysteroscopic sterilization of patient with intrauterine device Mirena®

Daniella De Batista Depes, Ana Maria Gomes Pereira, Salete Yatabe, Reginaldo Guedes Coelho Lopes

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082013000100019

Tubal sterilization is the definitive procedure most often used worldwide to control fecundity. Laparoscopic ligature is safe, but invasive and with possible surgical and anesthetic risks. The hysteroscopic approach enables tubal occlusion at outpatient’s setting without the need of incisions or anesthesia. A microdevice (Essure®) is inserted directly into the tubes and its polyethelene fibers cause obstruction of tubes in about three months. During this period, it is recommended that patients continue the use of a temporary birth control method. […]

Hysteroscopic endometrial polypectomy: outpatient versus conventional treatment

Angela Mendes Bergamo, Daniella de Batista Depes, Ana Maria Gomes Pereira, Taciana Cristina Duarte de Santana, Umberto Gazi Lippi, Reginaldo Guedes Coelho Lopes

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082012000300012

Objective:To compare results of hysteroscopic polypectomy of the endometrium performed in an outpatient clinic, under no anesthesia, to conventional hysteroscopic polypectomy under anesthesia in the operating theatre, assessing success rate, procedure time and complications; and to measure pain referred by patients in both groups.METHODS:An observational cross-sectional study of 60 patients with hysteroscopic diagnosis of endometrial polyps, divided into two groups: the Outpatient Group, comprising patients submitted to outpatient´s hysteroscopic polypectomy by continuous flow vaginoscopy using endoscopic forceps under no anesthesia, […]

Evaluation of pain in outpatient diagnostic hysteroscopy with gas

Daniela Barreto Fraguglia Quental Diniz, Daniella de Batista Depes, Ana Maria Gomes dos Santos, Simone Denise David, Salete Yatabe, Reginaldo Guedes Coelho Lopes

DOI: 10.1590/s1679-45082010ao1342

ABSTRACTObjective:To evaluate the intensity of pain reported by patients undergoing outpatient diagnostic hysteroscopy.Methods:Exam performed with a 5-mm lens hysteroscope, vaginal speculum, tenaculum and uterine distention with carbon dioxide gas. Before and after the examination, patients were interviewed to define, in a verbal scale from 0 to 10, pain values that they expected to feel and that they experienced after the end, and also if they would repeat it if indicated. Data were analyzed using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences […]