[Laparoscopic approach for intestinal passage reconstruction after Hartmann's operation: experience with 30 patients].

@article{Caselli2010LaparoscopicAF,
  title={[Laparoscopic approach for intestinal passage reconstruction after Hartmann's operation: experience with 30 patients].},
  author={Gino Caselli and Claudia Bambs and George A Pinedo and Mar{\'i}a Elena Molina and Alvaro M Z{\'u}{\~n}iga and Felipe Bellolio},
  journal={Cirugia espanola},
  year={2010},
  volume={88 5},
  pages={314-8}
}
INTRODUCTION Intestinal passage reconstruction after Hartmann's (PRH) operation is associated with a high morbidity and mortality of about 1%. Despite the increasing use of laparoscopy as an alternative in PRH, there is a lack of patient series at international level. PATIENTS AND METHODS The prospective series of patients subjected to (PRH) by laparoscopy was analysed using the demographic parameters, ASA classification, reason for primary surgery, time between initial surgery and… CONTINUE READING

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