Heterotopic Ossification During a Ventral Hernia Repair Heterotopic Ossification During a Ventral Hernia Repair
In this report, a case of heterotopic ossification is observed in a patient who presented for ventral hernia repair.ePlasty, Open Access Journal of Plastic Surgery
Publication date: August 2018Source: The American Journal of Surgery, Volume 216, Issue 2Author(s): Hui-Zi Li, Yu-Sheng Cheng, Xiao-Feng Wang, Wu Pan
ConclusionsProphylactic alpha-blockade reduces urinary retention following elective inguinal hernia surgery under general or spinal anaesthetic.
DiscussionThe reoperation for recurrence rate differed significantly between men and women. As regards the technique used for primary repair, laparoscopic groin hernia repair lowered the risk of reoperation for recurrence in women whereas it doubled the risk in men.
ConclusionMesh sutured closure represents a simplified and effective surgical strategy for contaminated midline incisional hernia repair.
Some form of immunosuppression is relatively common in patients undergoing ventral hernia repair. Nevertheless, the association of immunosuppression with 30-day wound events and additional outcomes of morbidity and mortality remains unknown. The purpose of our study was to investigate the association of immunosuppression with 30-day wound events and additional morbidity and mortality after ventral hernia repair by evaluating the database of the Americas Hernia Society Quality Collaborative.
The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) issues the following guideline for the purpose of enhancing quality of care in hernia treatment through metabolic and bariatric surgery. In this statement, suggestions for management are presented that are derived from available knowledge, peer-reviewed scientific literature, and expert opinion. This was accomplished by performing a review of currently available literature regarding obesity, obesity treatments, and hernia surgery. The intent of issuing such a guideline is to provide objective information regarding the impact of obesity treatment on effective ...
CONCLUSION: Clinical deficiencies in availability and quality of material may have adverse implications for patient health, healthcare costs and budgets through procedure-related complications and should be investigated. There is a lack of communication between the financial management, procurement officers, hospital and theatre stores and theatre staff. It is suggested that clinical protocols and system-based strategies be put in place to manage surgical consumables. PMID: 30010264 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionTedizolid phosphate 200 mg for 7–14 days was a favored treatment option for patients with severe/complex ABSSSIs, and was effective following previous treatment failure or in late-onset infections.FundingEditorial assistance and the article processing charges were funded by Bayer AG, Berlin, Germany.
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Conclusions: The overall recurrence rate 5 years after TEP repair was low. Ultrapro lightweight meshes showed higher recurrence rates than heavyweight meshes and are not recommended for endoscopic TEP inguinal hernia repair.