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Abdominal Trunk Function After Surgical Repair of Abdominal Rectus Muscle Diastasis

There is insufficient evidence regarding the benefit from surgical reconstruction of post-partum abdominal rectus muscle diastasis. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the abdominal trunk function preoperatively and postoperatively in a group of women undergoing surgery for abdominal rectus muscle diastasis.

DRA and Core Strengthening

This study will prospectively measure the effectiveness of a core strengthening program on reducing the inter-rectus distance (IRD) and abdominal wall muscle contraction in postpartum women with diastasis rectus abdominus (DRA). Additionally, this study will aim to investigate and clarify the association between IRD and low back pain.

Operative Correction of Rectus Muscle Diastasis (ARD): the Effect on Low Back Pain and Movement Control

This study is a randomized controlled trial comparing two ADR repair methods: nylon suturing and nylon suture with mesh enforcement. The ADR correction is performed simultaneously with abdominoplasty/ modified skin reduction abdominoplasty.

Impact of Exercise on Diastasis Rectus Abdominus

The aim with this research project is to evaluate the success of diastasis recti closure after a 4-week group exercise class that includes: strengthening of each abdominal muscle group, hip strengthening and stabilization, and pelvic floor activation and cueing during exercises. Success will be evaluated by measuring width and depth of linea alba laxity before and after completion of the 4 sessions as well as other outcome measures such as lumbopelvic pain, pain with intercours...

Creation and Validation of a Questionnaire Evaluating Diastasis Recti

Introduction Abdominal diastasis is defined as the presence of divergence between the rectus abdominis muscles along the linea alba. Some authors describe a prevalence of 40% in women up to one year postpartum. Some studies suggest that the presence of abdominal diastasis can be related to the appearance of low back, pelvic and abdominal pain and even urinary incontinence. These factors can significantly affect the quality of life of women with diastasis both socially, sexual a...

Plication of the Rectus Abdominis in Two Planes and in One Continuous Suture Plan

Thirty women with similar abdominal deformities, who had had at least one pregnancy, were randomized into three groups to undergo abdominoplasty. Plication of the anterior rectus sheath was performed in two layers with 2-0 monofilament nylon suture (control group) or in a single layer with either a continuous 2-0 monofilament nylon suture (group I) or using a continuous barbed suture (group II). Operative time was recorded. All patients underwent ultrasound examination preopera...

Postpartum Exercise and Diastasis Recti Abdominis

Prevalence rates of diastasis recti abdominis (DRA) among postpartum women vary between 30% - 68%. It has been postulated that DRA, in addition to being a cosmetic concern for many women, may reduce low- back and pelvic stability causing low back- and pelvic girdle pain and be related to pelvic floor dysfunctions such as urinary incontinence, anal incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Given the limited research data, there is currently no consensus on which abdominal exercise...

Frequency Specific Microcurrent for the Treatment of Diastasis Recti

Determine if frequency specific microcurrent therapy improves pain management of DRA by 30% or greater.

Severe Pelvic Girdle Pain Early Postpartum: Underlying Condition and Associated Factors

Background: Pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) can appear during pregnancy, directly after labour or can be delayed to 3 weeks postpartum. Pain is experienced between the posterior iliac crest and the gluteal fold, particularly in the vicinity of the SIJ. The pain may radiate in the posterior thigh and can also occur in conjunction with/or separately in the symphysis. The endurance capacity for standing, walking, and sitting is diminished. The diagnosis of PGP can be re...

Changes in Abdominal Muscles Performance in Postpartum Women.

To describe and compare abdominal muscles and inter-rectus distance conditions in postpartum period in comparison with nulliparous women. Also to describe the activation changes during different abdominal exercises.

Pain Study of Rectus Muscle Closure at Cesarean Delivery

Suture reapproximation of the rectus muscles at primary cesarean delivery is a common practice about which there are no data. Some Obstetricians believe that suture reapproximation of the rectus muscles increases post-operative pain, and it may decrease adhesions, yet there are no published data to support or refute these claims. The purpose of this study is to assess the effect of rectus muscle reapproximation at cesarean delivery and post-operative pain. We also plan to asses...

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 Effect of Rectus Muscle Approximation at Cesarean Delivery on Pain Perceived After Operation

This is a prospective randomized controlled study to determine the clinical outcome of rectus muscle re-approximation at Cesarean delivery.


Postoperative Pain After Pediatric Umbilical Hernia Repair

The purpose of this study is to compare the use of ultrasound-guided bilateral rectus sheath blocks to local infiltration of anesthetic agent in the surgical wound in a pediatric population of patients undergoing umbilical hernia repair.

Comparison Between Ultra Sound Guided Rectus Sheath Block and Field Block for Midline Hernia Repair

Prospective randomized double blinded controlled clinical trial will be done with a total number of 75 patients will be divided into 3 groups. To compare between Ultra-sound guided rectus sheath block VS Field block infiltration in providing a good analgesia for patients undergoing midline hernia repair to detect which one is superior.

Transversus Abdominis Plane Block Versus Rectus Sheath Block After Cesarean Delivery

Importance of effective postoperative pain management is well known. The undesired effects of pain can be prevented with multimodal analgesia for the patient. Overall, for cesarean delivery, interaction between the mother and her newborn baby can be provided earlier. Many regional anesthesia techniques can be prefferred after cesarean delivery. With this study, we planned to compare the postoperative analgesia effects of transversus abdominis plane block and rectus sheath block...

Study to Evaluate EB-001 in Reducing Musculoskeletal Pain in Abdominoplasty

To determine the safety and efficacy of single intra-operative treatment of EB-001 IM injections into the Rectus Abdominus (RA) in subjects undergoing abdominoplasty.

Rectus Muscle Re-approximation at Cesarean Delivery

We include in our study 200 pregnant women, primigravidas, at term who underwent elective lower segment Cesarean section for the first time among the age group of 20 ̶ 35 years. The patients are divided randomly into two groups as follows: - Group (A): undergoing rectus muscle re-approximation - Group (B): not undergoing rectus muscle re-approximation

Comparison of Surgical Rectus Sheath Block and Intrathecal Morphine

Pain is the main obstacle in delaying postoperative recovery and leads to prolonged hospital stay. Administration of intrathecal morphine during spinal anaesthesia can provide effective pain control. However, it is associated with significant side effects including nausea, vomiting and itchiness. Also, it is not suitable in all patients, for example, those with morphine allergy, or severe respiratory disease. Surgical rectus sheath block involves injection of local anaesthetic ...

Assessment of the Effect of Rectus Muscle Reapproximation Versus Non Reapproximation During CS on Postoperative Pain

The aim of this study is to assess the effect of rectus muscle re-approximation by 3 interrupted simple sutures versus tighting it by 3 vertical mattress sutures during cesarean delivery on postoperative pain.

Trans-incisional vs Laparoscopic Guided Rectus Sheath Block for Pediatric Single Incision Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

This is a prospective, double-blinded, randomized controlled study comparing the efficacy of trans-incisional rectus sheath block to laparoscopic guided rectus sheath block for pediatric single-incision laparoscopic cholecystectomy (SILC). umbilical hernia repair in children. Patients aged 10-21 years old undergoing SILC for cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, or biliary dyskinesia will be screened for study inclusion. Eligible patients and their parents/guardians will be app...

Ultrasound-guided Rectus Sheath Block for Post-operative Pain Control Following Umbilical Hernia Repair

The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of local infiltration to an ultrasound guided nerve block placed by the anesthesiologist for children undergoing umbilical hernia repair. This is a double-cohort, double blinded, randomized study comparing local infiltration to ultrasound-guided rectus sheath block in children 1 to 17 years of age undergoing epigastric or umbilical hernia repair. We will first compare pain scores to see if one method is more ade...

Autologous Slings With Vesico-Vaginal Fistula Repair

It is clear from multiple accounts in the literature that patients with a vesico-vaginal fistula (VVF) involving the bladder neck and/or proximal urethra have a high likelihood of residual incontinence. Performing subsequent surgeries after the initial VVF repair risks additional complications. Therefore, placement of an autologous sling at the time of initial VVF repair would not only assist in covering the fistula, but would also imitate the physiologic support that would the...

Effect of Non-Dissection of the Inferior Rectus Sheath on Intraoperative Blood Loss

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effect of non-dissecting the inferior rectus sheath during primary cesarean delivery on post-operative hemoglobin and post-operative pain control as measured by VAS score and opioid anesthesia use in the first 72 hours post-op.

Bilateral Lateral Rectus Recession Versus Unilateral Recess-Resect for Intermittent Exotropia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of bilateral lateral rectus muscle recession versus unilateral lateral rectus recession with medial rectus resection procedures for the treatment of basic type and pseudo divergence excess type intermittent exotropia.

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