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Comparison of biosynthetic versus synthetic mesh in clean and contaminated ventral hernia repairs.

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Summary of "Comparison of biosynthetic versus synthetic mesh in clean and contaminated ventral hernia repairs."

Abdominal hernias are an increasingly common presentation due to obesity, ageing and prevalence of prior abdominal surgery. Mesh repair is the mainstay of treatment; however, mesh selection remains largely subjective. There are little data available to assess the performance of biosynthetic meshes against synthetic meshes across all wound types. This study assessed the 6-month outcomes of a single surgeon's cohort of ventral hernia repairs performed with either GORE BIO-A (BioA) or Parietex ProGrip (ProGrip).

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Name: ANZ journal of surgery
ISSN: 1445-2197
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