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This study is a randomized clinical trial to clarify if preoperative embolization of gastric arteries can reduce the incidence of oesophagogastric leakage after an esophagectomy for esophageal cancer comparing an experimental group vs control group.
Postoperative anastomotic leak is rare but life threatening complication after gastric cancer surgery. Early diagnosis is key to minimize other hazards which are caused by anastomotic leak. Investigators introduced a novel method to detect early diagnosis of anastomotic leak after gastric cancer surgery.
Anastomotic leak after radical gastrectomy is a serious complication. Intraoperative leak testing was often used to assess the integrity of the anastomosis. However, the reliability, clinical benefits and safety of intraoperative leak testing are controversial. Our aim is to evaluate the effect and safety of intraoperative leak testing, and to compare the surgical complications of patients in intraoperative leak testing group with patients in non-intraoperative leak testing gro...
Anastomotic leakage remains a major complication after esophageal surgery. Amongst other preventive measures, fibrin sealant is a promising adjunct to conventional anastomotic techniques. Our project group aimed to investigate feasibility of additional sealing by means of autologous fibrin sealant of the esophageal anastomosis.
The primary objective is to evaluate the efficacy and assess the role of Porcine Fibrin Sealant (Bioseal®) in preventing cervical anastomotic leakage after esophagectomy in the patients with resectable thoracic esophageal cancer and gastroesophageal junction cancer.
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the performance and safety of the CATERPILLAR™ Arterial Embolization Device when used for arterial embolization in the peripheral vasculature.
Children with esophageal atresia who undergo surgical repair are at risk for anastomotic stricture following surgery. Esophageal stricture can be treated with serial endoscopic dilation but may ultimately need surgical resection if the stricture proves refractory to therapy. Several risk factors have been reported for development of recalcitrant stricture, but to date, no studies have specifically examined the relationship between anastomotic thickness and echotexture at time o...
EAGLE is an international service improvement study to investigate the value of an educational tool delivered to surgeons and their teams to reduce the risk of anastomotic leak (leak of a join in the bowel) after right hemicolectomy or ileocaecal resection. This complication causes significant risk to life and therefore risks of leak should be minimised. The educational team of the European Society of Coloproctology has developed an online training package to deliver to 350 ho...
Anastomotic leak (AL) is a breakdown of a suture line in a surgical anastomosis with a subsequent leakage of the luminal content. Anastomotic leakage occurs commonly in rectal and esophageal anastomosis than the other parts of the alimentary tract due to technical difficulties in accessing these areas and their easily compromised blood supply. Anastomotic leakage is the most feared complication following rectal resection and anastomosis. The incidence of anastomotic leakage ra...
The aim of this study is to perform a multicentre, prospective, randomized, placebo controlled, double-blinded study to demonstrate the potential and beneficial effects of OVB in the prevention of recurrence of anastomotic stricture in children operated for esophageal atresia with an anastomotic stricture.
Investigators hypothesis that arterial embolization of men with symptomatic BPH, analogous to uterine fibroid embolization for women, is safe and effective.
Primary Endpoint: The main objective of this National Registry is to identify the incidence and to analyse the risk factors for anastomotic leakage in rectal cancer surgery From the operational point of view, the aim of this Registry is to systematize the collection of information on the different surgical services. This Registry claims to have National audit functions, allowing thus the knowledge of the procedures performed at each center that could enable the establish...
Anastomotic leakage is a major complication in esophageal surgery. Although contrast swallow is the current standard to exclude anastomotic leakage postoperatively, endoscopy may be superior. This is the first study to compare radiographic contrast study and endoscopy for the identification of local complications after subtotal esophagectomy.
Anastomotic leakage is still to be a major cause of considerable morbidity and mortality after esophagectomy and gastric pull up for esophageal carcinoma. Risk factor analyses of anastomotic leakage, including blood supply, graft tension, and comorbidity, have been performed, but few studies have produced strategies that have improved operative results. This study will be performed to identify prognostic variables that might be used to develop a strategy for optimizing outcomes...
The TENTACLE: Rectum study is a multinational retrospective cohort study that includes patients with anastomotic leakage after rectal cancer resection. The study aims to develop an anastomotic leakage severity score and to evaluate the efficacy of different treatments of anastomotic leakage.
Prospective evaluation of early diagnosis of anastomotic leak after colorectal resection through evaluation of Dutch leakage score, serum C-reactive protein and serum Procalcitonin
This study is to test a new treatment method, arterial embolization of the shoulder (AES), to reduce the severity of pain and improve range of motion (ROM), and to see if it can be performed safely.
Rationale: The surgical complication of intestinal anastomotic leak remains a clear and present danger to patients despite advances in surgical technique and ever more powerful antibiotics. No surgeon is immune from this complication and leak rates have not changed in decades. The consequences of a leak (peritonitis, sepsis, death) can be so severe that in the case of rectal cancer, diverting ileostomies are routinely performed to divert the fecal stream away from the healing a...
This study evaluates Mitomycin C as treatment for dysphagia in adult subjects with documented complex esophageal anastomotic strictures. Patients will be randomized in a double-blinded fashion to topical application of normal saline (NS) or Mitomycin C (MMC) at the time of time of index procedure.
Standard endoscopic management for anastomotic bile leaks following OLT has been endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) with placement of a temporary plastic biliary endoprosthesis (stent) across the site of anastomotic leak. While this intervention carries a high rate of technical success, clinical success is not universal. An alternative to placement of a plastic biliary stent is placement of a fully covered self-expanding metal stent (FCSEMS). Whereas a plasti...
The problem of anastomotic leak is particularly relevant in rectal surgery. Many risk factors have been recognized in the onset of this complication. Preventing the anastomotic leak can bring benefits to the patient and the health system. Several attempts have been proposed to reduce the risk of anastomotic leakage in rectal cancer surgery including suture protection with omental flap and external suture reinforcement by biological glue or mesh. Cyanoacrylate (Glubran 2...
Anastomotic leakage is the major postoperative complication in right colectomy. Evaluation of calcification on coeliac trunk and mesenteric arteries on the preoperative CT scan could allow the identification of patient at-risk of postoperative complications. A monocentric retrospective study performed at CHD Vendée concluded than a calcification score over or equal to 3 was associated with a higher risk of developping an anastomotic leakage. The aim of this prospective...
Carcinoma esophagus is a common cause of dysphagia. Once dysphagia occurs, a majority of the tumours are advanced. Most of them would require some form of treatments for control of dysphagia and to improve the quality of life. Surgery is the only hope for cure. It requires complete removal of the esophagus. After removal of the esophagus, the stomach can be used as a substitute for the esophagus. Anastomosis can be done in the neck either by a hand-sewn or by a stapled anastomo...
In colorectal surgery about 30% of postoperative mortality is attributed to anastomotic leak, whit an incidence range between 1.8% and 15.9%. Preventing the anastomotic leak can therefore bring benefits to the patient and the health system. To date we have technologically advanced suturizers and the correct realization (well-vascularized margins, not in tension, etc.) remains crucial to prevent anastomotic dehiscence. Experimental results demonstrate that modified cyanacrylate ...
This study is safety and proof-of-concept study for oral prednisolone in the treatment of esophageal stricture after esophageal surgery. The patients who develop the severe esophageal strictures from 28 days after esophageal surgery are included. Primary outcomes are Safety and Success rate of this treatment.