Video Author: Rosen M

Treatment of Routine Adolescent Inguinal Hernia Vastly Differs Between Pediatric Surgeons and General Surgeons

Presented by Nicholas E Bruns at the SS20: Inguinal Hernia Session during the SAGES 2016 Annual Meeting.

Use of Chemical Components Separation for Primary Wound Closure in an Open Abdomen

USE OF CHEMICAL COMPONENTS SEPARATION FOR PRIMARY WOUND CLOSURE IN AN OPEN ABDOMEN Presented by Natasza M Posielski at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS11 Hernia Natasza M Posielski, BS, Clayton C Petro, MD, Yuri W Novitsky, MD, Hooman T Soltanian, MD, Michael J Rosen, MD; University Hospitals Case Medical Center Points […]

Prevention of Incisional Hernia – Effect of Stitch Length on Wound Complications after Closure of Mi

Presented by Michael J. Rosen, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting: Optimizing Outcomes of Ventral & Inguinal Hernia Repairs Postgraduate Course disclosures–38 sec theory–41 sec the question–2:23 downside of long stitch–3:06 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=19917943 study design–3:54 surgical technique–4:36 outcome variable Keyword(s): 1 PDS suture, 2-0 PDS MH1, 4:1 suture closure, abdominal wall reconstruction, Annals of Surgery, […]

SAGES Resident Webinar: Hernia Mesh Primer: The Appropriate Use of Mesh Technology

This webinar on hernia mesh has been developed specifically for residents and features three expert panelists: Brent Matthews, MD (Chair); Yuri Novitsky, MD; Michael Rosen, MD Differentiating the characteristics of synthetic mesh, absorbable mesh & biologics by Dr. Brent D. Matthews–6:58 disclosures–7:17 citations–13:17 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11870645 Keyword(s): abdominal surgery, abdominal wall defects, abdominal wall reconstruction, acellular matrix, […]

Disagree and Believe the Laparoscopic Approach is Preferred: Michael J. Rosen, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): abdominal wall reconstruction, biologic mesh, components separation, double crown technique, fistula, incisional hernia repair, laparoscopy, LVHR, mesh complications, mesh infection, obese, polypropylene mesh, pt selection, rectus medialization, recurrence rates, retro rectus repair, Rives-Stoppa repair, STSG, synthetic mesh, tacks, underlay, wound infection

S065: Karem C Harth, MD MHS

SS13 Research Grant Presentations Keyword(s): bacterial clearance, biologic grafts, culture studies, fluorescence imaging, hernia repair, infected abdominal wall defects, midline defect, Permacol, S. aureus, Surgisis

Loss of Domain – Definition and Management: Michael Rosen, M.D.

Challenging Hernias Postgraduate Course objectives–23 sec definitions–46 sec proposed classification system–1:26 effects of loss of domain–2:50 reasons not to repair–3:14 loss of abdominal domain–5:10 noncontaminated case option Keyword(s): abdominal compartment syndrome, abdominal domain, bariatric procedure, biologic mesh, component separation, gastrochisis, Gortex, incisional hernia, LVHR, morbid obesity, parastomal hernia, PTFE mesh, silo technique, Stoppa technique, synthetic […]

Laparoscopic Component Separation

Authors: Michael J. Rosen, MD Keyword(s): balloon dissector, component separation, Composix mesh, obese

Laparoscopic Retroperitoneal Repair of a Right Sided Bochdalek Hernia

Authors: Michael J. Rosen, MD; Lee E. Ponsky, MD Keyword(s): balloon dissector, Bochdalek hernia, mesh, retroperitoneal repair, SOB, spiral tacker