Developing a management protocol for the open abdomen and complex abdominal wall repair


Presented by Scott Cinelli, DO at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting: Optimizing Outcomes of Ventral & Inguinal Hernia Repairs Postgraduate Course

management of the open ABD–43 sec
the problem–3:08
acute care surgeons–4:39
open ABD closure–7:16
adjunct techniques–8:42
failed primary closure–10:09
late ventral hernia–11:11

Keyword(s): ABD mass, abdominal abscess, abdominal compartment syndrome, abdominal wall musculature, ABRA, acute care surgeon, acute illness, adhesiolysis, airway pressure, algorithm, anabolic, approximation, biologic mesh onlay, colostomy, community hospitals, complex abdominal wall repair, component separation technique, cosmesis, CR surgeon, defect, dehiscence, delayed closure, early closure, fascia, fascial closure, fascial retraction, fistula, general surgeon, ICU, imaging, inguinal hernia repair, intensive care surgeon, intra-abdominal abscess, ischemic colon, laparotomy, loss of domain, midline hernia, multidisciplinary approach, negative pressure therapy, obligatory hernia, obstruction, occlusive dressing, open ABD management, organ extrusion, ostomoy, packing, parastomal hernia, plastic surgeon, primary closure, protocols, QOL, respiratory function, ruptured AAA, rural hospitals, SAC, SICU, skin flap, skin graft closure, skin to skin closure, surgical emergencies, surgical intensivist, surgical workup, temporary closure, tertiary centers, trauma pts, trauma service, trauma surgeons, unstable pt, vac dressing, vasopressive agents, ventilator, VHR, Wittman patch, wound complications, wound infection

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