Abdominal Wall Miscellaneous

  title={Abdominal Wall Miscellaneous},
  author={F. Tai and J Li and Jiangbin Sun and Min Hua Zheng and Jeroen Wink and Magdy Basta and Julia Fischer and Stephen J. Kovach and Jael Tall and Bengt S H{\aa}kanson and J. P{\aa}lstedt and Anders Thorell and Ciara Huntington and Tony Cox and Laura Blair and Amy L Lincourt and T. Krishna Prasad and Kent Kercher and Brant Todd Heniford and Vedra A. Augenstein and Hanna Str{\"o}mberg and Per Hellman and Gabriel Sandblom and Ulf Gunnarsson and W B Hope and Sven Bringman and Michal Chudy and Christine Romanowski and Philippa Jones and Anita S W Jacombs and Emmanouel Roussos and Jeremy AF Read and Angela Dardano and Tillman W Boesel and Michael Edye and Nabeel Ibrahim and Victoria Lyo and Michael Tufaga and U. K. Shin and F. James Primus and H. Harris and Igors Iesalnieks and Fabrizio Di Cerbo and M. Baladov and K. Ikhlawi and S C Azoury and Nelson A Rodriguez-Unda and Karina Cunha Soares and Celia Hicks and Pablo A. Baltodano and Katherine E. Poruk and Lixia Hu and Ciara Cooney and Peter B Cornell and Karen K. Burce and Frederick E. Eckhauser and Erin M Garvey and Todd Zuhlke and D. Jaroszewski and Jim Egan and Ramin Jamshidi and Kathleen D Graziano and Lillian E C McMahon and N. Rodriquez-Unda and Luca Fattori and Andrea Leva and Sandra Coppola and Luca Gianotti and Francis Baccay and Hanna Alemayehu and Jasmit Singh and I. Lo and Anwar Tawfik Amin and Alana M Harrington and Hunter Benvenuti and D. Cho and Fiby George and Steven Cate},
Methods: From March 2008 to June 2013, a total of 11 hepatic cirrhotic patients with intractable ascites and umbilical hernia received mesh repair. All the patients were placed a Jackson-Pratt drain in lower abdominal cavity for ascites decompression. The drain tube was placed for one month and the amount of ascites drainage was around 1000 ml per day… CONTINUE READING