Abbey R Hamilton

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The open abdomen is a valuable tool in the management of patients with intra-abdominal hypertension and abdominal compartment syndrome. The longer an abdomen is left open, the greater the potential morbidity, however. From the very start, specific measures should be considered to increase the likelihood of definitive closure and prevent the development of(More)
Generating accurate population-specific public health messages regarding sun protection requires knowledge about seasonal variation in sun exposure in different environments. To address this issue for a subtropical area of Australia, we used polysulphone badges to measure UVR for the township of Nambour (26 degrees latitude) and personal UVR exposure among(More)
Transanal minimally invasive surgery (TAMIS) is a safe and effective method for the local excision of benign neoplasms of the mid and distal rectum [1]. Submucosal injection of normal saline may improve the safety of polypectomy by elevating the polyp and reducing the risk of a deep intramural burn and perforation. Iishi et al. [2] demonstrated that(More)
We would like to report our use of methylene blue to assist submucosal dissection in transanal procedures such as trans-anal minimally invasive surgery, sutured trans-anal mucosectomy and plication and the Delorme's procedure. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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