Presented by James G Bittner at the Masters Hernia: Recurrent Hernias – Making the Best of a Bad Situation during the SAGES 2018 Annual Meeting.
Presented by James G Bittner at the Mesh: Must Avoid or Must Have? during the SAGES 2018 Annual Meeting.
Recorded on February 6, 2018 Chairs: Jacob Greenberg, MD & Siva Vithiananthan, MD Faculty: James Bittner, MD; Brent Matthews, MD Program Outline: –Welcome and Overview: Jacob Greenberg, MD and Siva Vithiananthan, MD –Materials for Hernia Repair: Brent Matthews, MD –TAP vs. TEP: Siva Vithiananthan, MD –Component Separation: Jacob Greenberg, MD –Robotic Techniques for Ventral Hernia […]
Presented by John S Roth, MD at the SS06: Ventral Hernias held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Thursday, March 23, 2017 Keyword(s): absorbable mesh, adhesiolysis, adverse events, allcomers trial, BMI, body mass index, burst strength, C.R. Bard, cardiovascular comorbidities, CDC class I, chronic pain, class II wound, class III wound, […]
Presented by James G Bittner at the PG Course: Robotic Hernia Surgery – What can Robotics add to my Hernia Armamentarium? held during the 2017 SAGES Annual Meeting in Houston, TX on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Keyword(s): abdominal wall, anterior axillary line, anterior rectus sheath, caudad, cephalad, defect closure, diastasis, dissection, docking, drain, equipment, fibrin […]