Bridging with reduced overlap: fixation and peritoneal grip can prevent slippage of DIS class A meshes

@article{Kallinowski2017BridgingWR,
  title={Bridging with reduced overlap: fixation and peritoneal grip can prevent slippage of DIS class A meshes},
  author={F Kallinowski and Felix Harder and Thiago Coelho Gomes da Silva and Axel Mahn and Matthias Vollmer},
  journal={Hernia},
  year={2017},
  volume={21},
  pages={455-467}
}
Ventral hernia repair can be performed safely using meshes which are primarily stable upon dynamic intermittent straining (DIS) at recommended overlap. In specific clinical situations, e.g., at bony edges, bridging of the hernial orifice with reduced overlap might be necessary. To gain insight into the durability of various applications, two different meshes with the best tissue grip known so far were assessed. The model uses dynamic intermittent strain and comprises the repetition of… CONTINUE READING
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