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Bioabsorbable Mesh for Hernia Repair: Know your Options Document

Bioabsorbable Mesh for Hernia Repair: Know your Options

GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement is intended for use in the reinforcement of soft tissue. GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement may be used include hernia repair as suture-line reinforcement, muscle flap reinforcement, and general tissue reconstructions.
Better AWR Outcomes. Reinforced by Data. GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement offers low complication rates in complex and high-risk patients Document

Better AWR Outcomes. Reinforced by Data. GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement offers low complication rates in complex and high-risk patients

GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement offers proven low hernia recurrence rates of 0–17% in complex and high risk AWR patients.
Clinical Experience with GORE<sup>®</sup> SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial Video

Clinical Experience with GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial

Donald Cugini M.D., presents a case using GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial for umbilical hernia repair.
Retromuscular hernia repair using GORE<sup>®</sup> ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial with percutaneous suture fixation Video

Retromuscular hernia repair using GORE® ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial with percutaneous suture fixation

John P. Fischer, M.D., MPH, FACS, is a specialist in abdominal wall reconstruction. This is a surgical technique video demonstrating retromuscular repair using GORE® ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial with percutaneous fixation.
Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair using GORE® SYNECOR® BioMaterial Video

Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair using GORE® SYNECOR® BioMaterial

Carl R. Doerhoff, MD, FACS, practices in SurgiCare in Jefferson City, Missouri, presents the use of the GORE® SYNECOR® BioMaterial Laparoscopic ventral hernia repair.
Patient quality of life with innovative biomaterials: Clinical review with over seven years of follow up Video

Patient quality of life with innovative biomaterials: Clinical review with over seven years of follow up

John Scott, MD, FACS, provides a post-operative clinical review of patients' quality of life after a hernia repair.
28-Day Strength Charts: GORE<sup>®</sup> SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial Document

28-Day Strength Charts: GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial

GORE® SYNECOR Biomaterial PTFE Knit provides greater strength for the duration of hernia repair.
Retromuscular Onlay Hernia Repair Using GORE<sup>®</sup> ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial Video

Retromuscular Onlay Hernia Repair Using GORE® ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial

This is an educational surgical technique video demonstrating a retromuscular onlay hernia repair using GORE® ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial. A cadaver model is used for demonstration to facilitate visualization of the anatomy. This educational content provided by John P. Fischer, M.D.
Biosynthetics — Know your options Document

Biosynthetics — Know your options

"[Biologic] materials come with only moderate durability, and at substantial financial cost. Slowly absorbable biosynthetic implants, as a class of hernia meshes, represent a possible cost-effective solution. In the final analysis."
Expert Review: Clinical experience with GORE<sup>®</sup> SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial Document

Expert Review: Clinical experience with GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial

A surgeon reviewing their clinical experience with GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial and MEDTRONIC PARIETEX Composite Mesh for Umbilical / Epigastric Hernias.
Laparoscopic Fixation of GORE<sup>®</sup> SYNECOR Biomaterial in a Cadaver Model Using a Robotic Arm Video

Laparoscopic Fixation of GORE® SYNECOR Biomaterial in a Cadaver Model Using a Robotic Arm

Erik B. Wilson M.D., FACS, shares a video showing laparoscopic fixation of GORE® SYNECOR Biomaterial in a cadaver model using a robotic arm.
Biosynthetic Tissue Scaffold Recruits Progenitor Cells in Muscle Tissue Healing Model Document

Biosynthetic Tissue Scaffold Recruits Progenitor Cells in Muscle Tissue Healing Model

This study demonstrates that the open, porous structure of the GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement is able to recruit the Pax7+ cells residing in host muscle, a critical step in muscle regeneration.

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