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Short term benefits for laparoscopic colorectal resection.
- W. Schwenk, O. Haase, J. Neudecker, J. Müller
- MedicineThe Cochrane database of systematic reviews
- 20 April 2005
If the long-term oncological results of Laparoscopic and conventional resection of colonic carcinoma show equivalent results, the laparoscopic approach should be preferred in patients suitable for this approach to colectomy.
Surgical therapy of oesophageal carcinoma
- J. Müller, H. Erasmi, M. Stelzner, U. Zieren, H. Pichlmaier
- MedicineThe British journal of surgery
- 1 August 1990
Although it may be possible to further reduce postoperative complications and mortality, the chances of improving the long‐term prognosis of patients with oesophageal carcinoma seem small.
Inflammatory response after laparoscopic and conventional colorectal resections – results of a prospective randomized trial
The less intense inflammatory response may be an indicator of the milder surgical trauma inflicted by laparoscopic than conventional colorectal resection.
Monocyte deactivation-rationale for a new therapeutic strategy in sepsis
It is demonstrated that there is a biphasic immunologic response in sepsis: an initial hyperinflammatory phase is followed by a hypo-inflammmatory one, which is associated with immunodeficiency which is characterized by monocytic deactivation, which has been called “immunoparalysis”.
PREOPERATIVE PARENTERAL FEEDING IN PATIENTS WITH GASTROINTESTINAL CARCINOMA
Laparoscopic versus conventional colorectal resection: a prospective randomised study of postoperative ileus and early postoperative feeding
- W. Schwenk, B. Böhm, O. Haase, T. Junghans, J. Müller
- MedicineLangenbeck's Archives of Surgery
- 1 March 1998
The shorter duration of postoperative ileus allows earlier restoration of oral feeding after laparoscopic compared with conventional colorectal resection and therefore increases quality of life immediately after resection of coloreCTal tumours.
Pulmonary function following laparoscopic or conventional colorectal resection: a randomized controlled evaluation.
Pulmonary function is better preserved after laparoscopic than after conventional colorectal resection, and Pulmonary complications may be reduced after Laparoscopic resections because of the better postoperative pulmonary function.
Postoperative pain and fatigue after laparoscopic or conventional colorectal resections
This study confirms that analgetic requirements are lower and pain is less intense after laparoscopic than after conventional colorectal resection, and patients also experience less fatigue after minimal invasive surgery.
Pneumoperitoneum with carbon dioxide stimulates growth of malignant colonic cells.
‘Fast-track’ multimodal rehabilitation program improves outcome after laparoscopic sigmoidectomy: a controlled prospective evaluation
- W. Raue, O. Haase, T. Junghans, M. Scharfenberg, J. Müller, W. Schwenk
- MedicineSurgical Endoscopy And Other Interventional…
- 26 August 2004
Multimodal rehabilitation program with epidural analgesia, early oral feeding, and enforced mobilization may further improve the excellent results of laparoscopic sigmoidectomy and decrease the postoperative hospital stay.