2015 PG Course: Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations (n=467)

4.2% (n=9) of attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course reported no hernia repairs with mesh over prior 3 months of practice, and another 9.4% (n=20) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for hernia repairs with mesh was 4.5/5 among attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

42.4% (n=89) of attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course reported no hernia repairs with component separation over prior 3 months of practice, and another 31.9% (n=67) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for hernia repairs with component separation was 3.6/5 among attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

13.8% (n=29) of attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course reported no laparoscopic ventral hernia repairs over prior 3 months of practice, and another 23.8% (n=50) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for laparoscopic ventral hernia repairs was 4.3/5 among attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

41.9% (n=88) of attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course reported no management of complications of ventral hernia repairs over prior 3 months of practice, and another 48.1% (n=101) reported only 1-3 cases. Average comfort level for management of complications of ventral hernia repairs was 4.1/5 among attendees at the Updates in Abdominal Wall Management-Mesh Theory, Tissue Use, Complex Locations PG Course at 2015 post-meeting analysis.

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