Zuzana Serclová

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BACKGROUND Studies have shown the value of using fast-track postoperative recovery. Standard procedures (non-fast-track strategies) remain in common use for perioperative care. Few prospective reports exist on the outcome of fast-tracking in Central Europe. The aim of our study was to assess the effect and safety of our own fast-track protocol with regard(More)
European evidence based consensus on surgery for ulcerative colitis Tom Øresland*, Willem A. Bemelman, Gianluca M. Sampietro, Antonino Spinelli, Alastair Windsor, Marc Ferrante, Philippe Marteau, Oded Zmora, Paulo Gustavo Kotze, Eloy Espin-Basany, Emmanuel Tiret, Giuseppe Sica, Yves Panis, Arne E. Faerden, Livia Biancone, Imerio Angriman, Zuzana Serclova,(More)
This case report and review of literature demonstrates a rare entity of a primary retrofascial abscess in the iliopsoas muscle caused by Salmonella enteritidis, that progressed into the iliac fossa. It is of importance to the orthopedic surgeon in his differential diagnosis of hip pain and vertebrogenic disorders. It can also resemble other infectious(More)
INTRODUCTION The concept of the enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS), also called fast-track surgery, is a complex of modern multimodal strategies intended to reduce the perioperative stress response and achieve faster postoperative rehabilitation and rapid recovery of normal physiologic functions. The effect of ERAS on reduction of length of stay and(More)
INTRODUCTION Results of the elective surgical procedures are affected not only by quality of the procedure, but also by perioperative care. Accelerated postoperative rehabilitation (fast track) reduces the frequency of postoperative complications, shortens the length of hospital stay and increases the patients' comfort. These modern procedures are subject(More)
Willem A. Bemelman, Janindra Warusavitarne, Gianluca M. Sampietro, Zuzana Serclova, Oded Zmora, Gaetano Luglio, Anthony de Buck van Overstraeten, John P. Burke, Christianne J. Buskens, Francesco Colombo, Jorge Amil Dias, Rami Eliakim, Tomás Elosua, I. Ethem Gecim, Sanja Kolacek, Jaroslaw Kierkus, Kaija-Leena Kolho, Jérémie H. Lefevre, Monica Millan, Yves(More)
OBJECTIVE Local application of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells (ADSC) represents a novel approach for the management of perianal fistula in patients with Crohn's disease. A randomised study on an animal model was performed to investigate the efficacy and to detect the distribution of implanted ADSCs by bioluminescence (BLI). MATERIALS AND METHODS A(More)
INTRODUCTION Surgical site infections (SSI) are currently one of the most frequent postoperative complications. Emergent surgery is generally subject to a higher risk of SSI. Antibiotic prophylaxis is one of many measures that should be taken to prevent postoperative infection. However, due to possible adverse effects it must be applied only in indicated(More)
INTRODUCTION Severe peritonitis is a frequent condition characterized by high morbidity and mortality rates. Topical negative pressure (TNP) laparostomy could improve the results of the treatment, provided that the adverse events of this method are reduced. The aim of our study was to prove, in a prospective randomized study, that the primary use of TNP(More)
Treatment of non-specific inflammatory bowel diseases was from the start accompanied by forced operations. In the 19th and early 20th century operations were burdened with high mortality, but most were more successful than the limited possibilities of conservative treatment. Gradually developed principles for the treatment of Crohns disease, a length of(More)