Aleš Foltys

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BACKGROUND The present rationale appears to prefer early postoperative enteral nutrition to total parenteral nutrition. But no clear conclusions exist for demonstrating the clinical benefit of early postoperative enteral nutrition in patients after the major surgical resections of upper gastrointestinal tract. AIM To compare the clinical impact of various(More)
The subhepatic drainage is mandatorily used in the end of laparoscopic cholecystectomy in the majority of departments of surgery in Czech republic. The preoperative finding of advanced inflammatory alteration or bleeding in operative field is certainly the reason to do so. But it seems that obligatory drainage after uncomplicated laparoscopic(More)
INTRODUCTION Surgical intervention in obesity is today the most effective treatment method in high level obesity management. Bariatric interventions not only ensure body weight reduction, but may influence dietary habits. AIM To assess changes in adipose hormones and dietary habits in obese patients after sleeve gastrectomy. MATERIAL AND METHODS The(More)
The most widely used way of reconstruction of the urinary pathways in transplantations of the kidney is at present a ureteroneocysto anastomosis. In some patients this type of reconstruction is difficult, if not impossible (adhesions in the lesser pelvis of the recipient, atrophic urinary bladder, short ureter of the graft, transplantation of child(More)
INTRODUCTION Diabetic foot syndrome is defined by ulcer or destruction of leg tissues in patients with diabetes (diabetics) associated with infection, neuropathy and various degree of ischaemia (peripheral vascular disease). In Czech Republic in 2010 were registrated over 45 000 patients with diabetic foot syndrome. 8500 (diabetics) patients with diabetes(More)
Manually assisted laparoscopic nephrectomy from a live donor combines the advantage of a mini-invasive approach with the advantage of the assisting hand in the abdominal cavity to which the surgeon is used from classical operations. The authors performed the first nephrectomy from a live donor by this method on May 13, 2002. Our initial experience with five(More)
INTRODUCTION Postoperative leak and bleeding from the staple line are potentially serious early complications following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy. AIM This study aims to assess the significance of oversewing the staple line after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy in preventing leak and bleeding in our group of patients. MATERIAL AND METHODS Patients(More)
BACKGROUND The primary objective of this study was to investigate the impact of high protein oral nutrition support (ONS) on clinical outcomes in patients with colorectal cancer (CRC). The secondary aim was to compare the cost of treatment and length of stay (LoS) for CRC patients taking high protein ONS vs. patients on conventional nutritional support. (More)
BACKGROUND At present the surgical procedure is accepted in the physicians' opinion of the cases of morbid obesity in patients where the conservative therapy has failed. Bariatric surgery offers an effective, standardized, and safe way to radical and long-term loss of weight. The laparoscopic gastric banding is the most frequent procedure in patients with(More)