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Mesh Reinforcement During Temporary Stoma Closure After Sphincter-Saving Rectal Cancer Surgery

This study aim to assess long-term results of an incisional hernia-prophylactic mesh placement during stoma reversal after total mesorectal excision (TME) for rectal cancer


Prevention of Hernia After Loop Ileostomy Reversal

PHaLIR is a prospective, double-blinded randomized study in which patients planned for stoma reversal after rectal cancer surgery are randomized between retro muscular mesh Ultrapro Advanced or standard treatment without mesh.

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...


Prevention of Parastomal Hernia by Primary Mesh Insertion

Approximately 1/3 of patients with a permanent end-colostomy will experience a hernia around the stoma. In some cases these problems result in the need of surgical correction and the risk of recurrent hernia after operative intervention is regrettably high. Preliminary investigations suggest a role for primary mesh placement to prevent parastomal hernia. The use of a mesh as a preventive measure is a safe procedure. This study will focus on the effect of primary mesh placement...

Evaluate and Compare the Rate of Para-Stomal Herniation After Permanent Stoma Formation

This study is being done to evaluate the use of a material (Alloderm collagen mesh) during the stomal formation operation (surgery that will create a mouth-like opening on the surface of the body to an internal organ) that you have been scheduled for. The main purpose of this research study is to see if using this material will lower the hernia rate compared to normal repair without this material. The secondary purpose is to evaluate if using this material will increase or de...

Hernia Prevention in Stomas

Knowing that the risk of stoma associated herniation (parastomal or incisional) is 30-50% and the associated morbidity significant, standard placement of a prophylactic mesh upon stoma creation might prevent parastomal (or incisional herniation, after closure) and improve the quality of life of a large group of patients. This study is meant to be a pilot study to see whether the mesh related risks of infection and adhesion morbidity are acceptable if the mesh is placed intraper...

Prevention of Parastomal Hernia With a Mesh

Parastomal hernias are randomised to either a conventional stoma formed through the rectus anterior muscle or to the same procedure with the addition of a prophylactic mesh in a sublay position.

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...

Mesh and Mesh Fixation in Laparoscopic Groin Hernia Surgery

The study attempts to quantify the relative risks for recurrence depending on complex combinations of plausible risk factors, in particular mesh, mesh fixation, hernia size and hernia type. For this purpose the investigators will analyze data from the Swedish Hernia Registry (SHR).

Trial Concerning the Frequency of Parastomal Hernia With or Without a Mesh

Specific aim: To compare patients with colostomies with or without mesh at the primary operation. Primary endpoint is the incidence of parastomal hernia requiring surgery. All patients at participating centers scheduled for permanent colostomy, after signing informed consent and meeting inclusion criteria, will be randomised to formation of a stoma with or without mesh. If the inclusion criteria is fulfilled and informed consent is signed, the patient is random...

Efficacy of an Onlay Mesh for Prevention of Incisional Hernia After Loop Ileostomy Closure

The aim of the present study is to determine the efficacy of the placement of an onlay mesh to prevent incisional hernia after loop ileostomy closure in patients with a prior rectal resection for cancer

Tacking Mesh Versus Self-fixating Mesh for Inguinal Hernia Repair

Investigators are testing whether tacking mesh or self-fixating mesh used for inguinal hernia repair makes any difference in short-term pain or return to normal activities following the operation. Other studies have shown no significant difference in hernia recurrence rate when metal tacks are not used to hold the mesh in place.

Heavy Weight Versus Medium Weight Mesh in Ventral Hernia Repair

The purpose of this study is to determine if mesh weight has an impact on postoperative pain, ventral hernia recurrence, incidence of deep wound infection, and overall quality of life following ventral hernia repair with mesh.

Comparative Study of AESCULAP Optilene® Mesh Elastic Versus Ethicon Ultrapro® Mesh in Incisional Hernia Repair

Optilene® Mesh Elastic and Ultrapro® Mesh will be used for incisional hernia repair. The primary objective of this clinical study is to demonstrate that Optilene® Mesh Elastic is superior to Ultrapro® Mesh in incisional hernia repair in matter of the physical function score from the SF-36 questionnaire 21 days after mesh insertion. Secondary objectives include the patient's daily activity, the rating of patients pain and the wound assessment determined on several occasions ...

PROphylactic Mesh to Prevent Incisional Hernias at the Former Stoma Site: the PROMISS-trial

Rationale: Approximately 7000 stomata are created in the Netherlands every year. The occurrence of a parastomal herniation is high, with a reported incidence of 4-48%. Also, the former stoma site is at increased risk for the development of an incisional hernia. A clinical incisional hernia rate of 30% is reported after stoma reversal. Herniation can cause pain, deformity and possibly incarceration, which results in a significant impact on the quality of life of the patie...

Comparing Non-fixation of Mesh to Mesh Fixation in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

The purpose of the study is 1. To compare the recurrence rate of the laparoscopic total extra peritoneal inguinal hernia repair without fixation of the mesh to mesh fixation under spinal anesthesia 2. To test whether non-fixation of mesh leads to less pain compared to the repair when the mesh is fixed.

PoLyethylene Glycolic Acid Mesh reiNforcEmenT of the PancreaticoJejunostomy (PLANET-PJ Trial)

The polyglycolic acid (PGA) mesh is a felt-like absorbable suture reinforcing material. The pancreatojejunostomy aimed at reducing POPF is not established at present. We devised a new method using doubly PGA mesh. This study is a multicenter, randomized phase III trial between Japan and Korea to verify the usefulness of this double coating of PGA mesh.

Comparative Study of Inguinodynia After Inguinal Hernia Repair

To evaluate the postoperative pain and the relapse after the repair of the inguinal hernia by Lichtenstein technique with four different mesh types with different types of fixation in patients undergoing major ambulatory surgery.

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...

Transfacial Sutures Versus Stapler for Mesh Fixation in Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair

Hernia of the abdominal wall occur frequently after various surgical procedures of the abdomen and are increasingly performed by laparoscopic means. Different mesh fixation techniques are applied, but the influence of mesh fixation on shrinkage is not known in human patients. Therefore, mesh shrinkage was assessed using two different techniques for fixation.

Mesh Type in Ventral Hernia Repair

Ventral hernias are common following abdominal surgery. Currently, there is no equipoise on when synthetic and biologic meshes should be used. Among open ventral hernia repairs, half are repaired using biologic mesh while half are repaired using synthetic mesh. We hypothesize that biologic mesh as opposed to synthetic mesh repair of open ventral hernia repair is associated with decreased risk of major complications one year after surgery.

Primary Prevention of Peristomial Hernias Via Parietal Prostheses

The purpose of this study is to compare rates of hernia formation between colostomies created with no hernia preventing mesh versus colostomies created with a particular mesh.

Laparoscopic Intraperitoneal Mesh Repair of Ventral Hernia: Comparison to Conventional Mesh Repair

The laparoscopic repair of ventral hernias is still a controversial therapeutic option. To evaluate the efficacy and safety of laparoscopic repair we compare the results of the open and laparoscopic repair of ventral hernia,. 53 patients were undergo laparoscopic or open repair of ventral hernia . All defects were estimated to be larger than 5 cm in diameter. Twenty six patients underwent attempted laparoscopic ventral hernia repair (LVHR) with mesh and twenty seven patients...

Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair by Heavy Weight or Lighter Weight Mesh (COMPOSIX-Trial)

1. General - antibiotic prophylaxis: cefazoline (Cefacidal™) 2 gram iv administered 30 minutes before surgery 2. Laparoscopic surgery - at least 5 cm overlap (mesh diameter should exceed hernia size by at least 10 cm) - with or without anchoring transparietal sutures or double crown technique

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...


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