Resultados: 7

    EHS clinical guidelines on the management of the abdominal wall in the context of the open or burst abdomen

    Hernia; 22 (6), 2018
    To provide guidelines for all surgical specialists who deal with the open abdomen (OA) or the burst abdomen (BA) in adult patients both on the methods used to close the musculofascial layers of the abdominal wall, and regarding possible materials to be used. The guidelines were developed using the Gradin...

    European Hernia Society guidelines on prevention and treatment of parastomal hernias

    Hernia; 22 (1), 2018
    Background International guidelines on the prevention and treatment of parastomal hernias are lacking. The European Hernia Society therefore implemented a Clinical Practice Guideline development project. Methods The guidelines development group consisted of general, hernia and colorectal surgeons, a bio...

    International guidelines for groin hernia management

    Hernia; 22 (1), 2018
    Introduction Worldwide, more than 20 million patients undergo groin hernia repair annually. The many different approaches, treatment indications and a significant array of techniques for groin hernia repair warrant guidelines to standardize care, minimize complications, and improve results. The main goal...

    European Hernia Society guidelines on the closure of abdominal wall incisions

    Hernia; 19 (1), 2015
    BACKGROUND: The material and the surgical technique used to close an abdominal wall incision are important determinants of the risk of developing an incisional hernia. Optimising closure of abdominal wall incisions holds a potential to prevent patients suffering from incisional hernias and for important ...

    Guidelines for enhanced recovery after elective colorectal surgery

    Ann. fr. anesth. reanim; 33 (5), 2014
    Early recovery after surgery provides patients with all means to counteract or minimize the deleterious effects of surgery. This concept is suitable for a surgical procedure (e.g., colorectal surgery) and comes in the form of a clinical pathway that covers three periods (pre-, intra- and postoperative). ...

    Guidelines for management of intra-abdominal infections

    Intra-abdominal infections are one of the most common gastrointestinal emergencies and a leading cause of septic shock. A consensus conference on the management of community-acquired peritonitis was published in 2000. A new consensus as well as new guidelines for less common situations such as peritoniti...

    Management of acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Guidelines from the Société de pneumologie de langue française

    Rev. mal. respir; 34 (4), 2017
    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is the chronic respiratory disease with the most important burden on public health in terms of morbidity, mortality and health costs. For patients, COPD is a major source of disability because of dyspnea, restriction in daily activities, exacerbation, risk of ...