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Trends, Tools, Trials: Complex Abdominal Wall Repair in 2020 Video

Trends, Tools, Trials: Complex Abdominal Wall Repair in 2020

Matthew I. Goldblatt, M.D., FACS, discusses a case study of a patient undergoing treatment for simultaneous colon and rectal cancers and had a prior low anterior colon resection procedure with a diverting ileostomy.
Virtual Case Study - Matthew Goldblatt, M.D., FACS: Visible tissue responsiveness: Metabolic and fibroblast activity during utilization of a bioabsorbable matrix in abdominal wall reconstruction Document

Virtual Case Study - Matthew Goldblatt, M.D., FACS: Visible tissue responsiveness: Metabolic and fibroblast activity during utilization of a bioabsorbable matrix in abdominal wall reconstruction

Visible tissue responsiveness: Metabolic and fibroblast activity during utilization of a bioabsorbable matrix in abdominal wall reconstruction
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.
Patient Quality of Life in AWR and the Impact of Innovative Biomaterials Video

Patient Quality of Life in AWR and the Impact of Innovative Biomaterials

John P. Fischer, M.D., MPH discusses key characteristics, clinical insights and best practices in supporting quality outcomes for patients.
General Surgery News Special Report: Quality of Life in Ventral and Hiatal Hernia Repair: Review of Long-Term Patient Outcomes in Two Large Case Series Document

General Surgery News Special Report: Quality of Life in Ventral and Hiatal Hernia Repair: Review of Long-Term Patient Outcomes in Two Large Case Series

In this issue of General Surgery News Special Report, Eric Mallico, M.D., FACS, describes the quality of life of patients after ventral and hiatal hernia repairs, and reviews long-term patient outcomes.
Post-Operative View: 13 Months Post Implantation Video

Post-Operative View: 13 Months Post Implantation

GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial Lap ventral hernia repairs
Advances in Bioabsorbable Implants for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Utility of GORE<sup>®</sup> ENFORM Biomaterial Document

Advances in Bioabsorbable Implants for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Utility of GORE® ENFORM Biomaterial

GORE® ENFORM Biomaterial is a reinforcement for soft tissue composed of synthetic bioabsorbable polyglycolic acid and trimethylene carbonate which has proven to be effective for hernia repair.