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 of interest:
HPI–7 sec
CT–1:01
US–1:35
hernia defect–2:15
additional CT views–5:37
3 weeks post op–6:05


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