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Hernia infections : pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, prevention

Author: Máximo Deysine
Publisher: New York : Marcel Dekker, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This title advocates new surgical practices that will allow the performance of mesh hernia surgery with virtually no infections. It considers the utilization of bio-active prosthetic materials for hernia repair in infected fields and the prevention of mesh infection during the operation.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Hernia infections.
New York : Marcel Dekker, ©2004
(OCoLC)54063138
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Máximo Deysine
ISBN: 0824757696 9780824757694 9780203913208 0203913205
OCLC Number: 55692941
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 347 pages) : illustrations
Contents: 1. Historical Evolution of Asepsis and Antisepsis : The Role of the Inventors, the Disseminators, and the Perennial Detractors / Maximo Deysine [and others] --
2. Incidence and Epidemiology of Infection After External Abdominal Wall Herniorrhaphy / Irma Sanchez-Montes, Juana Cruz Sanchez-Montes, and Maximo Deysine --
3. Classification of Mesh Infections After Abdominal Herniorrhaphy / Robert M. Zollinger, Jr. --
4. Pathology of Infected Mesh / Felix A. Offner and Bernd Klosterhalfen --
5. Prosthetic Materials and Their Interactions with Host Tissue / Samir K. Gupta and James R. DeBord --
6. Processes Governing Bacterial Colonization of Biomaterials / James D. Bryers --
7. Diagnosis of Postherniorrhaphy Infections / Patrick B. Ilada and Maurice E. Arregui --
8. Infectious Complications Following Open Inguinal Herniorrhaphy / Jean Paul Chevrel and Maximo Deysine --
9. Diagnosis and Management of Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernioplasty Infections / Michael S. Kavic and John Thomas --
10. Treatment of Infections After Open Ventral Herniorrhaphy / Volker Schumpelick, Uwe Klinge, and Michael Stumpf --
11. Diagnosis and Treatment of Infections Related to Laparoscopic Incisional and Ventral Hernia Repair / Karl A. LeBlanc --
12. Absorbable Mesh in Closure of Infected Abdominal Wall Defects / Merril T. Dayton --
13. Bacterial Colonization of Implanted Devices / William P. Reed, Jr., and Richard H. Veeh --
14. Postherniorrhaphy Mesh Infections : Microbiology and Treatment with Antibiotics / Roger W. Yurt --
15. Utilization of Bioactive Prosthetic Materials for Hernia Repair in Infected Fields / Morris E. Franklin, Jr., and John J. Gonzalez, Jr. --
16. Percutaneous Bacteriological Testing Before Mesh Reinsertion After a Wound Infection : Patient-Surgeon Personal and Clinical Interaction / Maximo Deysine --
17. Prevention / Maximo Deysine.
Responsibility: edited by Maximo Deysine.

Abstract:

This title advocates new surgical practices that will allow the performance of mesh hernia surgery with virtually no infections. It considers the utilization of bio-active prosthetic materials for hernia repair in infected fields and the prevention of mesh infection during the operation.

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