2014 Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair-Technical Considerations in Challenging Scenarios Postgraduate Course

(n=192):

63.5% (n=122) of attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course reported no parastomal mesh hernia repairs over prior 3 months of practice, and another 23.1% (n=6) reported only 1-3 cases.

53.9% (n=104) of attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course reported no subxiphoid or suprapubic hernias repaired laparoscopically over prior 3 months of practice, and another 37.8% (n=73) reported only 1-3 cases.

83.1% (n=162) of attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course reported no use of endoscopic component separation technique in hernia repair over prior 3 months of practice, and another 14.9% (n=29) reported only 1-3 cases.

Average comfort level for use of mesh in parastomal hernias among attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course was 3.7/5 at 2014 post-meeting analysis.

Average comfort level for repairing subxiphoid or suprapubic hernias laparoscopically among attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course was 3.6/5 at 2014 post-meeting analysis.

Average comfort level for using an endoscopic component separation technique in hernia repair among attendees of the Video-Based Ventral Hernia Repair PG Course was 2.8/5 at 2014 post-meeting analysis.

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