A Prospective, International, Multi-institution Study Evaluating Type of Fixation and Number of Tacks Affecting Quality of Life (QOL) after Ventral Hernia Repair(VHR)
Presented by Tiffany C Cox at the SS15: Plenary 1 Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.
NATIONWIDE VARIATION IN SURGICAL QUALITY AND COST IN LAPAROSCOPIC PROCEDURES Ciara R Huntington, MD Tiffany C Cox, MD, Laurel J Blair, MD, Amy E Lincourt, MBA, PhD, Vedra A Augenstein, MD, FACS, B Todd Heniford, MD, FACS; Carolinas Medical Center intro–33 sec variation in healthcare costs–47 sec https://www.bcbs.com/healthofamerica/BCBS_BHI_Report-Jan-_21_Final.pdf accessibility of lap surgery–1:16 study objectives–1:30 design–1:46 […]
V020 CHOOSING THE RIGHT APPROACH FOR THE RIGHT PATIENT: USE OF TRANSVERSUS ABDOMINIS RELEASE (TAR) Tiffany C Cox, MD Laurel J Blair, MD, Ciara R Huntington, MD, Vedra A Augenstein, MD, FACS, B. Todd Heniford, MD, FACS; Carolinas Medical Center CT–38 sec Keyword(s): complex abdominal wall hernias, dehiscence, delayed primary closure, diastasis, mesh, talc, TAR
SS13 Hernia: S082 FELLOWSHIP TRAINING ELIMINATES THE LEARNING CURVE FOR LAPAROSCOPIC INGUINAL HERNIA
Tiffany C Cox, MD background–20 sec objective–1:15 method–1:25 results–2:08 complications–3:00 conclusion–4:19 Q&A session–5:07 Keyword(s): BMI, femoral hernia, learning curve, LIHR, mentorship, MIS fellowship, residency, scrotal hernia, TEP