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Background: Peritonitis with ileal perforation is a major acute emergency condition. Other surgery involves the development of intestinal stoma in small bowel disturbances. The usage of 1 or 2 layers of sutures for Anastomosis has remained a controversial technique for stoma reversal.
Methods:There were a total of 60 patients with an Ileostomy. The study was conducted in Surgery depar tment of liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences .These patients had two classes, A and B, with 30 patients each. Assemblea singlelayer (n-30) & group B double layer (n-30) ileostomy closures were performed on these patients.
Results: A total of 60 ileostomy patients were surveyed, split evenly into two groups. Group A had a shorter intraoperative period than Group B, with no substantial changes in problem rates among the 2s groups.
Conclusion: In terms of post-operative leaks and other complications, two-layer ileostomosis does not have certainlead over single-layer Anastomosis. The single-layer closure method isprotective to use, and simple to teach. Most surgeons can choose single-layer intestinal anastomosis because of the procedure's duration and medical costs.