Comparison of laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy leak rates in four staple-line reinforcement options: A systematic reviewThe study compared laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (LSG) staple-line leak rates of 4 prevalent surgical options: No reinforcement, oversewing, nonabsorbable bovine pericardial strips (BPS) and absorbable polymer membrane (APM).
Bioabsorbable Mesh for Hernia Repair: Know your OptionsGORE® 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.
Understanding Hernia Mesh Materials and Design, as Related to Clinical NeedsJoin Howard Levinson, MD, FACS for a clinical discussion on hernia mesh, to understand materials and designs, and how those factors may relate to supporting clinical needs and patient outcomes.
Better AWR Outcomes. Reinforced by Data. GORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement offers low complication rates in complex and high-risk patientsGORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement offers proven low hernia recurrence rates of 0–17% in complex and high risk AWR patients.
Retromuscular hernia repair using GORE® ENFORM Preperitoneal Biomaterial with percutaneous suture fixationJohn 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.
Learn More About GORE® SYNECOR BiomaterialsHybrid hernia repair device for high BMIs, multiple comorbidities and recurrent defects are now available.
Retro-rectus Placement of Bio-absorbable Mesh Improves Patient OutcomesOur primary objective was to determine the longterm surgical outcomes of retro-rectus and intraperiteonal placement of mesh.
Biosynthetic Tissue Scaffold Recruits Progenitor Cells in Muscle Tissue Healing ModelThis 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.
Expert Review: Clinical experience with GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal BiomaterialA surgeon reviewing their clinical experience with GORE® SYNECOR Intraperitoneal Biomaterial and MEDTRONIC PARIETEX Composite Mesh for Umbilical / Epigastric Hernias.
Laparoscopic Fixation of GORE® SYNECOR Biomaterial in a Cadaver Model Using a Robotic ArmErik B. Wilson M.D., FACS, shares a video showing laparoscopic fixation of GORE® SYNECOR Biomaterial in a cadaver model using a robotic arm.
20 Years of Clinical History: Minimizing Complications, Maximizing OutcomesPartner with a proven leader in reducing risks and raising the standard for bariatric and hiatal / paraesophageal hernia surgery.
Tissue Reinforcement with GORE® BIO-A® Material in Large Hiatal Hernias: A Prospective Clinical StudyGORE® BIO-A® Tissue Reinforcement is a three dimensional resorbable mesh which has demonstrated to be a ideal “scaffold” facilitating tissue generation and healing without the risk of a non-resorbable implant.