Video Author: Linn J

Long Term Patterns and Predictors of Pain Following Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Patient Centered Analysis

Presented by Lava Y Patel at the SS20: Inguinal Hernia Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Webinar: MIS in Pregnant Patient

Chair: John Linn, MD Faculty: David Alspach, MD; Sivmainthan Vithiananthan, MD and Sabrena Noria, MD Anesthetic considerations in pregnancy & laparoscopy by Dr. David Alspach–3:08 surgery during pregnancy–4:11 anesthesia concerns–4:57 maternal issues–5:51 fetal issues–7:04 maternal adaptations to pregnancy–8:37 CV changes in pregnancy–9:15 changes in CO due to supine position–10:07 left uterine […]

Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia Repair

Laparoscopic Paraesophageal Hernia Repair John Linn, MD disclosures–27 sec key steps–35 sec right crural dissection–54 sec short gastric division–2:28 esophageal mobilization–4:55 crural closure & sac excision–6:37 Q&A session–8:32 Keyword(s): aorta, crural closure, crural dissection, esophageal mobilization, gastric emptying, GEJ, PEHR, sac excision, short gastric division

Parastomal Hernia Repair: Laparoscopic Modified Sugarbaker Technique Results

Presented by Asma Asif, BS, SS15 – Hernia: S087 disclosures–34 sec background–40 sec surgical management–55 sec lap Sugarbaker technique–1:21 hypothesis–2:06 method–2:17 results–2:55 conclusion–5:33 Keyword(s): keyhole technique, mesh, parastomal hernia repair, recurrence rates, Sugarbaker technique


Ambar Banerjee, MD background–27 sec objective–1:00 method–1:18 limitations–4:11 conclusion–4:29 Q&A session–5:12 Keyword(s): abdominal binder, absorbable tacks, IH, ileus, laparoscopy, LVHR, mesh, morbidly obese, MU, primary suture repair, recurrence, seroma

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