Corpus ID: 36161780

“ No Mesh Technique of Inguinal Hernia Repair – Desarda ’ s Repair ”

  title={“ No Mesh Technique of Inguinal Hernia Repair – Desarda ’ s Repair ”},
  author={Gopal Sharma and S. Gupta and T. Azad and S. Bhasin and Nivedita Prashar and Shiv K. Sharma and P. Sharma},
Background: The Desarda’s technique for inguinal hernia repair is a new tissue-based method. Application of the external oblique muscle aponeurosis in the form of an undetached strip (which makes the posterior wall of the inguinal canal stronger) has been established as a new concept in tissue-based hernia repair. Method: A prospective study of 50 hernia patients operated by Desarda technique was conducted in Government Medical College, Jammu during a period from November 2012 to October 2013… Expand


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The Desarda and Lichtenstein methods of primary inguinal hernia repair do not differ in the means of procedure complexity and surgery time, and the number of local complications and pain intensity were comparable and similar to the literature data. Expand
Desarda Versus Lichtenstein Technique for Primary Inguinal Hernia Treatment: 3-Year Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial
The results of primary inguinal hernia repair with the Desarda and Lichtenstein techniques are comparable at the 3-year follow-up and the technique may potentially increase the number of tissue-based methods available for treating groin hernias. Expand
Comparative study of ppen mesh repair and Desarda’s no-mesh repair in a District Hospital in India
A comparative study of a new technique of pure tissue hernia repair and the open mesh repair done in a district level general hospital set up in India finds this new repair has the potential to become the gold standard of hernia Repair in years to come. Expand
Inguinal herniorrhaphy with an undetached strip of external oblique aponeurosis: a new approach used in 400 patients.
  • M. Desarda
  • Medicine
  • The European journal of surgery = Acta chirurgica
  • 2001
The technique of hernia repair in which the posterior wall of the inguinal canal is strengthened with an undetached strip of the external oblique aponeurosis to give physiologically active and strong posterior wall is described. Expand
No-mesh Inguinal Hernia Repair with Continuous Absorbable Sutures: A Dream or Reality? (A Study of 229 Patients)
  • M. Desarda
  • Medicine
  • Saudi journal of gastroenterology : official journal of the Saudi Gastroenterology Association
  • 2008
Continuous suturing saves operative time and one packet of suture material, and the dream of every surgeon to give recurrence-free inguinal hernia repair without leaving any foreign body inside the patient may well become a reality in future. Expand
Outcome of inguinal hernia repair total extraperitoneal laparoscopic hernia repair versus open tension free repair (Lichtenstein technique).
  • S. Subwongcharoen
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet
  • 2002
Complications of the TEP technique were minimal and it was safe to perform, although the operative time was longer and there was one recurrence after one year follow-up, that might be because of the early learning period for a new surgical procedure. Expand
Comparison of non-mesh (Desarda) and mesh (Lichtenstein) methods for inguinal hernia repair among black African patients: a short-term double-blind RCT
The results of the study showed that the effectiveness of the Desarda technique with respect to influencing the early clinical outcomes of hernia repair is similar to that of the Lichtenstein method, however, the operator in this study shows that the DesARDa repair requires significantly shorter operative time. Expand
While at work with an inguinal hernial operation the idea occurred to me that it would be feasible to utilize a strip of the tendinous portion of the external oblique, which would have sufficient strength to act as a substitute for the absorbable kangaroo sutures. Expand
Inguinal hernia repair: incidence of elective and emergency surgery, readmission and mortality.
The lifetime 'risk' of inguinal hernia repair is high: at currently prevailing rates it is estimated at 27% for men and 3% for women, and there is significant elevation of mortality after emergency operations. Expand
The Operations For Inguinal Hernia