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The aim of this study was to report the procedure associated hospital morbidity PAHM in patients undergoing relaparotomy followed by a laparostomy using the BB.. Secondary end points were: indications of the CL, time to first change of the BB, type of abdominal wall repair, hospital mortality and development of ventral hernia.
Descriptive statistics were used, with the calculations of percentages and measures of central tendency and dispersion.. The median time until the first change of the BB, the time period between surgical operations, and the time until removal of the BB were 65 hours, 2 days and 9 days, respectively.
Sixty percent of the patients developed a ventral hernia within a 48 month follow-up.. Results of Case Series. ISSN: Artigo anterior Artigo seguinte. Contained Laparostomy With a Bogota Bag. Resultados de una serie de casos.
Baixar PDF. Carlos Manterola a , b ,?? Este item recebeu. The aim of this study was to report the procedure associated hospital morbidity PAHM in patients undergoing relaparotomy followed by a laparostomy using the BB. Descriptive statistics were used, with the calculations of percentages and measures of central tendency and dispersion. Sixty percent of the patients developed a ventral hernia within a 48 month follow-up.
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The open abdomen, indications, management and definitive closure. World J. The management of the open abdomen in trauma and emergency general. Acute postoperative open abdominal wall. World J Gastrointest Surg December 27; 5 12 : Kirpatrick A, Roberts D.
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Temporary abdominal closure for the management of abdominal sepsis. Rev Chil Cir [online]. ISSN Background: Temporary abdominal closure is used for the management of abdominal sepsis and other abdominal conditions. Aim: To report the experience with the use of temporary abdominal closure using fenestrated polyethylene as a covering agent. Material and methods: Retrospective review of all patients subjected to a temporary abdominal closure between January and June