: Objective: This paper aims to summarize the operative nursing coordination essentials of type III cesareans car pregnancy removal. Methods: Six patients were recruited for this study, and the patient’s condition was fully evaluated before the operation. In addition, the personnel, environment, and materials were well prepared before the operation, and the preparation of special intraoperative instruments and equipment was perfected. Results: The operation is successfully performed in all six patients. Each surgery lasted 70 to 120 minutes with an average duration of 90 minutes. Postoperative blood loss was about 100-500 ml. Postoperative recovery was good without complications in all the patients. Conclusion: In summary, laparoscopic removal of gestational tissue from type III cesareans car pregnancy in conjunction with hysteroscopy ensures compete removal of gestational tissue, while avoiding damaging the surrounding organs and tissues, thus greatly avoiding common complications which usually occur during the surgery. Effective surgical coordination is helpful to further improve the success rate of the operation.
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