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TIGR vs Polypropylene (Permanent) Mesh: Randomised Trial

Hypothesis: TIGR mesh as a reconstruction material is a more effective mesh for the repair of the abdominal wall post Lipectomy, transverse rectus abdominus myocutaneous (TRAM) / deep inferior epigastric perforator (DIEP) flap.


The Use of Synthetic Mesh in Contaminated and Infected Abdominal Wall Repairs. A Long-term Prospective Clinical Trial

Background: Abdominal wall reconstruction in patients presenting with enteric fistulas and mesh infection is challenging. There is a consensus that synthetic mesh must be avoided in infected operations. The alternatives to using synthetic mesh, such as component separation techniques and biologic mesh, present disappointing results with expressive wound infection and hernia recurrence rates. Methods: A prospective clinical trial designed to evaluate the short and the long-term...

Open Mesh Versus Suture Repair in Treatment of Abdominal Wall Hernias

The purpose of this study is to: 1. compare the long term results of mesh versus suture repair in treatment of abdominal wall defects; 2. find the optimal location of implanted prosthesis, comparing the two most useful position of mesh in abdominal wall hernia surgery.


Anterior Pelvic Prolapse Reconstruction With TiLOOP® PRO A Polypropylene Mesh

The purpose of this study is to determine the influence of anterior pelvic prolapse reconstruction with a titanized polypropylene mesh on patients quality of life.

Polypropylene Mesh Versus Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) Mesh in Inguinal Hernia Repair

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Lichtenstein's hernioplasty using Infinit® PTFE Mesh, and to compare it with the traditional Lichtenstein procedure performed with polypropylene mesh.

Performance of Biologic Mesh Materials in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

To date, there have been no prospective randomized controlled trials that compare various biologic mesh materials in the context of abdominal wall reconstruction. As a result, this proposal describes a 'head to head' randomized controlled trial (RCT) between 2 of the market's most popular biologic meshes. Strattice (noncross-linked porcine dermis, LifeCell Inc.) will be compared to Permacol (cross-linked porcine dermis, Covidien Inc.) in a randomized manner. Although there are ...

Morbidity of Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair With Mesh: Study of Environmental Risk Factors in Operating Room in the CHRU of Nancy- a Prospective Study

Mesh infection is the main complication in abdominal hernia repair. In case of infection, a conservative management of mesh is not always possible. The removal of the mesh (occurring in 5.1% to 8% of wall hernia repair) increases the risk of recurrence and surgical morbidity. Within our digestive surgery department (CHRU de Nancy), an infection rate of 10.7% (32 cases out of 298 patients with wall hernia repair) was observed between January 2016 and December 2018. This rate is...

Prevention of Abdominal Wound Dehiscence After Midline Laparotomy With an Onlay Mesh: Randomized Clinical Trial

Abdominal wound dehiscence elicit high morbidity and mortality. This complication may arise in more than 8.5% of high-risk patients. Addressing risk factors and optimizing surgical technique are guarded as mainstay measures for prevention, but their efficacy is questionable. The aim of this study is to analyze the influence of using a polypropylene onlay prophylactic mesh on the incidence of abdominal wound dehiscence and associated complications.

Abdominal Wall Transplant

The purpose of this protocol is to determine the safety and efficacy of abdominal wall transplantation as a treatment for the reconstruction of abdominal wall defects. Abdominal wall transplantation may be performed alone or in combination with another transplant.

Prospective Randomized Trial Comparing Lichtenstein's Repair of Inguinal Hernia With Polypropylene Mesh Versus Surgisis

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of the Lichtenstein's hernioplasty using the Surgisis ES soft tissue graft, as a mesh, and to compare it with the traditional Lichtenstein procedure performed with polypropylene mesh.

The Flemish Umbilical Nitinol Mesh Trial, a Multicenter Trial

The use of mesh in the repair of umbilical hernias is a gold standard. The best location of the mesh remains a matter of discussion, i.e. it might be placed inside the peritoneal cavity (open intraperitoneal onlay mesh) or between the peritoneum and the muscle layers, so not in contact with the viscera (retromuscular or preperitoneal). The Rebound mesh consists of polypropylene, i.e. the most used fabric for meshes, in combination with a nitinol memory ring. This ring allows th...

Comparing the Quality of Life After Nylon Darn Repair of Inguinal Hernia to Polypropylene Mesh Repair

Inguinal hernia repair may be done by the nylon darn, polypropylene mesh and other methods. Polypropylene mesh is established in the literature as the standard of care for inguinal hernia repair. It is however expensive and not readily available in our community hospitals. Nylon darn repair is widely used in our hospitals. We think that the quality of life following nylon darn repair and polypropylene mesh repair is similar. In order to find out, we are recruiting 79 patients t...

Stoma Closure and Reinforcement Trial

Hernia formation at sites of ostomy closure is a common complication. The investigator believes that using evidence based hernia repair techniques as a preventive measure during closure of ostomies will reduce the incidence of hernia formation. In this trial, the investigator will pilot a novel technique of large pore monofilament polypropylene mesh reinforcement of the abdominal wall defects that remain after closure of an ileostomy to evaluate for safety and begin to evaluate...

Intraperitoneal Polypropylene Light Weight Wide Pore Soft Mesh Repair for Complex Ventral Hernia.

Complex ventral hernia is a challenging problem well known to be associated with occurrence of serious complications. The major problems encountered in such cases Include: loss of domain with subsequent increase of intra-abdominal pressure after repair, the huge musculo-fascial defect and skin scarring with possible skin viability problem resulting from the dissection of skin flaps. There is no unified accepted evidence-based approach for its repair and is attended with a high ...

A Prospective Case Series Evaluating Surgimend Mp® In Patients Undergoing Complex Abdominal Hernia Repair

Large abdominal wall hernias are surgically challenging to repair and often associated with significant postoperative complications. Risk factors associated with surgical site complications, such as infection and wound dehiscence, include obesity, diabetes, and smoking. In these high risk patients, the placement of synthetic mesh increases the risk of mesh infection, enterocutaneous fistula formation, and mesh explantation. One of the larger studies of risk factors associated w...

Prevention of Incisional Hernia With an Onlay Mesh Visible on MRI

It has been demonstrated that incisional hernia incidence after laparotomy can be safely reduced with the addition of a mesh to the conventional closure of the abdominal wall. There still some debate about which is the best position to place this mesh: onlay or sublay. In Europe we have now meshes with CEE approval to be used as reinforcement of abdominal wall closure. We have planned to include 200 patients in a multi center study using an onlay PDVF mesh that can be tracked b...

Comparative Study on Self-adhesive Mesh for Open Inguinal Hernia Repair

Tension-less mesh repair is the most common procedure for inguinal hernia. Conventional heavy weight polypropylene meshes have been reported to stimulate inflammatory reaction and this is responsible for mesh shrinkage and postoperative chronic groin pain. Moreover, the fixation of the mesh with sutures is a tedious procedure and accounts for the majority of the operating time. A self gripping semi-absorbable mesh has been developed for anterior tension free inguinal hernia re...

Trial of Collagen Mesh for Prevention of Ventral Hernia After Surgery for Advanced Pelvic Cancer

The aim of the present project is to investigate whether use of biological mesh at the donor site of the rotation flap in closure of the abdominal wall reduce the frequency of incisional hernia formation compared to the usual abdominal wall closure after abdominal rotation flap operation in surgery for advanced pelvic cancer.

Post Market Clinical Follow Up to "Patient Reported Outcome" Using a Titanised Polypropylene Mesh (TiLOOP® Bra Pocket)

"PRO-Pocket" - International prospective multicentre Post Market Clinical Follow Up to "Patient reported outcome" in primary or secondary breast reconstruction after mastectomy using a titanised polypropylene mesh (TiLOOP® Bra Pocket)

Parietex Progrip Study

The objective of the study is to evaluate pain and disabling complications inducing social consequences in primary inguinal hernia ProGrip mesh repair compared to Lichtenstein repair with lightweight polypropylene mesh.

The Outcome After Lichtenstein Operation vs. ProGrip Patch Repair of Inguinal Hernia

For the present study, 400 consecutive men with unilateral primary inguinal hernia are randomized to Lichtenstein repair using either light weight polypropylene mesh (38g/m2) or light weight ProGrip mesh. ProGrip mesh adheres to tissues with polylactic micro hooks without suturing. The primary aim is to examine, whether the ProGrip mesh produces less pain than sutured polypropylene mesh. Secondary outcomes are operation time and convalescence as well as recurrence rate. ProGrip...

Efficacy Study of Vaginal Mesh for Prolapse

The primary aim of this double-blind, randomized clinical trial (RCT) is to test the hypothesis that the addition of a standardized technique of interpositional synthetic polypropylene mesh placement improves the one-year outcome of vaginal reconstructive surgery for pelvic organ prolapse compared to traditional vaginal reconstructive surgery without mesh.

Comparing Transvaginal Self-tailored Titanium-coated Polypropylene Mesh Procedure With Mesh-kit Procedure.

Pelvic organ prolapse(POP) is a common health problem and has significant negative effects on woman's quality of life. Transvaginal mesh procedure is a durable reconstructive surgery, but the mesh kits are expensive for underdeveloped countries. Our preliminary trial showed that the use of self-tailored mesh had good success rate (91.8% at 1-year follow-up) and low complication rate. The trial is designed to compare self-tailored titanium-coated polypropylene mesh procedure wit...

Changes To The Abdominal Wall After DIEP Flap Breast Reconstruction

The purpose of this study was to perform an evaluation of the structural changes in the abdominal wall after harvesting a DIEP flap in breast reconstruction. 15 women undergoing secondary, unilateral breast reconstruction were recruited to the study and underwent a 2 year postoperative CT scan of the abdomen (without contrast). Structural changes were assessed by comparing the abdominal CT scans performed prior to surgery with the 2 year postoperative CT scans.

Evaluation of Mesh Integration and Mesh Contraction After Open Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair Using a Memory Ring Containing Device

The aim of this study is to evaluate whether preperitoneal mesh placement using a nitinol containing large pore polypropylene mesh (REBOUND HRD™) offers a satisfying patient recovery, quick reconvalescence and adequate tissue integration with acceptable mesh contraction in a multicenter (Belgian) prospective trial. Patients treated by open preperitoneal mesh repair for an unilateral inguinal hernia according the current surgical practice in the participating centers will be ...


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