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Figure 1: Continuous irrigation. A single-lumen irrigation tube was placed near the pancreatic anastomoses or wound (blue), and a multiside-hole drainage tube (orange) was placed into a multiside-hole casing (yellow) that was positioned next to the irrigation tube. (a) The hand-made device called was made up of a French 22 multiside-hole outer catheter, a French 10 multiside-hole inner drainage tube and a French 8 irrigation tube. (b) Working principle schematic diagram of the device. (c-e) Schematic diagram illustrating continuous irrigation for enucleation procedure, Berger procedure and central pancreatectomy

Figure 1: Continuous irrigation. A single-lumen irrigation tube was placed near the pancreatic anastomoses or wound (blue), and a multiside-hole drainage tube (orange) was placed into a multiside-hole casing (yellow) that was positioned next to the irrigation tube. (a) The hand-made device called was made up of a French 22 multiside-hole outer catheter, a French 10 multiside-hole inner drainage tube and a French 8 irrigation tube. (b) Working principle schematic diagram of the device. (c-e) Schematic diagram illustrating continuous irrigation for enucleation procedure, Berger procedure and central pancreatectomy