Laparoscopic Versus Open Surgical Management of Small Bowel Obstruction

 

Presented by James P Byrne, BScEng, MD at the SAGES 2014 Meeting; Panel – Concurrent Session SS1 MIS/Solid Organ


background–1:01
objective–1:16
methods–1:36
results cohort breakdown –2:10
results patient characteristics–2:33
results complications–2:57
results multivariable analysis–3:39
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