Video Category: Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened

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

Agree and Believe the Open Approach is Preferred: Jean Bernard Flament, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): abdominal wall reconstruction, EHS, gold standard, incisional hernia, lap approach, lap repair, laparoscopy, mesh fixation, open approach, recurrent hernias, retro muscular prosthesis, Rives-Stoppa procedure, tension-free inlay

Fixation of Mesh is Not Required: Craig Taylor, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): acute pain, chronic pain, Dacron toulle prosthesis, entrapment neuropathy, fibrin sealant, fluoroscopic approach, groin hernia, helical tackers, herniorrhaphy, inguinodynia, mesh fixation, mesh migration, pain, Stoppa procedure, subperitoneal median approach, tack fixation, tack staples, TEP, TEP inguinal hernia repair, Tisseel

Fixation of Mesh is Required: Bruce Ramshaw, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): absorbable tack fixation, CQI, glue fixation, hernia recurrence, hernioplasty, inguinal hernia repair, mesh erosion, mesh fixation, mesh migration, polyester mesh, polypropylene mesh, PTFE mesh, research, scrotal hernia, tacking device, TAPP, TEP, urinary bladder

Open Thoracic Approach is Preferred: Jeffrey Peters, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): biologic mesh, biologic prosthesis, failure, GPEH, lap management, lap repair, mesh erosion, Nissen fundoplication, open approach, PEH, prosthetic mesh, QOL, recurrence rate, reflux, transabdominal, transmural migration, Type III HH

Laparoscopic Approach is Preferred: James D. Luketich, M.D.

Hernia Debates Panel: What Has Happened and What Do We Have to Do? Keyword(s): antireflux surgery, biologic prosthesis, buttress, crural repair, Gortex, GPEHR, lap approach, lengthening procedure, mesh, paraesophageal HH, PEHR, primary repair, recurrence rate, short esophagus, tension-free, thoracotomy, Type III HH, wedge gastroplasty

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