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Ventral Hernia Repair with Component Separation- Biodesign® Hernia Graft- Dr. Anthony Dardano, DO
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Resource Description: Anthony Dardano, DO, performs component separation for abdominal wall reconstruction using the Biodesign Hernia Graft for treatment of recurrent giant ventral hernia.
Related Product(s): Hernia Graft
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Repair of Nasal Septal Perforation with Porcine Small Intestinal Submucosa Xenograft
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Resource Description: Numerous techniques have been described for nasal septal perforation repair, with various degrees of success in achieving closure. Evidence supports the use of bilateral mucoperichondrial advancement flaps with interpositional grafting for greatest success. Many surgeons use autografts such as fascia, cartilage, bone, and pericranium, however, extracellular matrices have also become popular.
Author(s): Greywoode J, Hamilton J, Malhotra PS, Saad AA, Pribitkin EA.
Journal(s): Journal of Otology & Rhinology 2012
Citation(s): Greywoode, MD, Jewel; Hamilton, MD, James; Malhotra, MD, Prashant S.; Saad, MD, Abdel; and Pribitkin, MD, Edmund A., "Repair of Nasal Septal Perforation with Porcine Small Intestinal Submucosa Xenograft" (2012). Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Faculty Papers. Paper 23. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/otofp/23
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Biodesign 1-Layer Tissue Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for 1-Layer Tissue Graft
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 5/28/1998
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Biodesign 4-Layer Tissue Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for 4- Layer Tissue Graft
Related Product(s): 4-Layer Tissue Graft
Date Published: 5/28/1998
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Biodesign 8-Layer Tissue Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for 8- Layer Tissue Graft
Related Product(s): 8-Layer Tissue Graft
Date Published: 10/13/2006
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Biodesign Abdominal Lock Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Abdominal Lock Graft
Related Product(s): Abdominal Lock Graft
Date Published: 5/20/1998
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Biodesign Abdominal Lock Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Abdominal Lock Graft
Related Product(s): Abdominal Lock Graft
Date Published: 10/13/2006
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Biodesign Dural Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Dural Graft
Related Product(s): Dural Repair Graft
Date Published: 9/8/2003
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Biodesign Fistula Plug, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Fistula Plug
Related Product(s): Fistula Plug
Date Published: 3/9/2005
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Biodesign Fistula Plug, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Fistula Plug
Related Product(s): Fistula Plug
Date Published: 10/10/2006
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Biodesign Hernia Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Hernia Graft
Related Product(s): Hernia Graft
Date Published: 10/13/2006
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Biodesign Hiatal Hernia Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: Biodesign Hiatal Hernia Graft, 510(k) Letter
Related Product(s): Hiatal Hernia Graft
Date Published: 10/13/2006
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Biodesign Hiatal Hernia Graft, Pre-Cut U, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Hiatal Hernia Graft
Related Product(s): Hiatal Hernia Graft
Date Published: 5/20/1998
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Biodesign Peyronie's Repair Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Peyronie's Repair Graft
Related Product(s): Peryonie’s Repair Graft
Date Published: 10/2/2006
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Biodesign Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Biodesign Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 2/18/2004
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Biodesign Staple Line Reinforcement, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Surgisis Staple Line
Related Product(s): Staple Line Reinforcement
Date Published: 10/17/2007
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Biodesign Tension-Free Urethral Sling, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Tension-Free Urethral Sling
Related Product(s): Tension-Free Urethral Sling
Date Published: 4/9/2002
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Biodesign Tissue Graft, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Biodesign Tissue Graft
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 10/13/2006
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Biodesign Urethral Sling, 510(k) Letter
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Resource Description: 510(k) Summary for Urethral Sling
Related Product(s): Urethral Sling
Date Published: 9/23/1999
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Certificate of Compliance
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4 layer versus 1 layer small intestinal submucosa for correction of penile chordee: experimental study in a rabbit model.
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Resource Description: From the Journal of Urology about 4 layer versus 1 layer small intestinal submucosa for correction of penile chordee: experimental study in a rabbit model.
Date Published: 6/1/2004
Author(s): Hafez AT, El-Assmy A, El-Hamid MA.
Citation(s): 2004;171(6, pt 1):2489-2491.
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8-ply small intestinal submucosa tension-free sling: spectrum of postoperative inflammation.
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Resource Description: From the Journal of Urology about the 8-ply small intestinal submucosa tension-free sling: spectrum of postoperative inflammation.
Date Published: 1/1/2004
Author(s): Ho KL, Witte MN, Bird ET.
Citation(s): 2004;171(1):268-271.
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A biocompatible polysaccharide hydrogel-embedded polypropylene mesh for enhanced tissue integration in rats.
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Resource Description: An article from Tissue Engineering about a biocompatible polysaccharide hydrogel-embedded polypropylene mesh for enhanced tissue integration in rats.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 4/1/2008
Author(s): Abed A, Deval B, Assoul N, Bataille I, Portes P, Louedec L, Henin D, Letourneur D, Meddahi-Pellé A.
Citation(s): 2008;14)4):519-527.
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A biodegradeable membrane from porcine intestinal submucosa to reinforce the gastrojejunostomy in laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: preliminary report.
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Resource Description: From Obesity Surgery, an article on biodegradeable membrane from porcine intestinal submucosa to reinforce the gastrojejunostomy in laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
Related Product(s): 4-Layer Tissue Graft
Date Published: 8/1/2001
Author(s): Kini S, Gagner M, de Csepel J, Gentileschi P, Dakin G.
Citation(s): 2001;11(4):469-474.
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A comparative study on acellular small intestinal submucosa and acellular amnion as dressings for traumatic skin defects.
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Resource Description: An article from Zhongguo Xiu Fu Chong Jian Wai Ke Za Zhi about a comparative study on acellular small intestinal submucosa and acellular amnion as dressings for traumatic skin defects. [Article in Chinese.]
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 2/1/2006
Author(s): Fan W, Yang Z, Luo J, Huang Y, Li X, Wang Z.
Citation(s): 2006;20(2):155-160.
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A comparison of suture retention strengths for three biomaterials.
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Resource Description: An article from Medical Science Monitor about a comparison of suture retention strengths for three biomaterials.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 1/1/2004
Author(s): Obermiller JF, Hodde JP, McAlexander CS, Kokini K, Badylak SF.
Citation(s): 2004;10(1):PI1-5.
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A flexible stent with small intestinal submucosa covering for direct intrahepatic portocaval shunt: experimental pilot study in swine.
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Resource Description: From Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology about a flexible stent with small intestinal submucosa covering for direct intrahepatic portocaval shunt: experimental pilot study in swine.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 3/1/2005
Author(s): Niyyati M, Petersen BD, Pavcnik D, Uchida BT, Timmermans HA, Hiraki T, Wu RH, Brountzos E, Keller FS, Rösch J.
Citation(s): 2005;28(2):215-220.
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A model for 3-dimensional growth of bladder cancers to investigate cell-matrix interactions.
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Resource Description: An article from Urologic Oncology about a model for 3-dimensional growth of bladder cancers to investigate cell-matrix interactions.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 6/1/2003
Author(s): Kyker KD, Culkin DJ, Hurst RE.
Citation(s): 2003;21(4):255-261.
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A modified technique for the surgical correction of urethral diverticula using a porcine xenograft.
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Resource Description: From International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction on a modified technique for the surgical correction of urethral diverticula using a porcine xenograft.
Date Published: 1/1/2009
Author(s): Lee JW, Doumouchtsis SK, Fynes MM.
Citation(s): 2009;20(1):117-120.
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A new artificial nerve graft containing rolled Schwann cell monolayers.
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Resource Description: From Microsurgery about a new artificial nerve graft containing rolled schwann cell monolayers.
Related Product(s): Dural Repair Graft
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A new biological matrix for septal occlusion.
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Resource Description: From the Journal of Interventional Cardiology about a new biological matrix for septal occlusion.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 4/1/2003
Author(s): Jux C, Wohlsein P, Bruegmann M, Zutz M, Franzbach B, Bertram H.
Citation(s): 2003;16(2):149-152.
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A new ex-vivo 3D bladder matrix model for standardised evaluation of urothelial transfection methods.
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Resource Description: An article from Aktuelle Urologie about a new ex-vivo 3D bladder matrix model for standardized evaluation of urothelial transfection methods. [Article in German.]
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 5/1/2003
Author(s): Schaaf A, McNealy T, Steidler A, Alken P, Michel MS.
Citation(s): 2003;34(3):172-175.
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A novel endolaparoscopic intragastric partitioning for treatment of morbid obesity.
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Resource Description: From Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy, and Percutaneous Techniques, an article about a novel endolaparoscopic intragastric partitioning for treatment of morbid obesity.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 10/1/2004
Author(s): Felsher J, Rosen M, Farres H, Walsh RM.
Citation(s): 2004;14(5):243-246.
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A novel multidrug resistance phenotype of bladder tumor cells grown on Matrigel or SIS gel.
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Resource Description: An article from Cancer Letters about a novel multidrug resistance phenotype of bladder tumor cells grown on Matrigel or SIS gel.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 1/20/2005
Author(s): Hurst RE, Kamat CD, Kyker KD, Green DE, Ihnat MA.
Citation(s): 2005;217(2):171-180.
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A pilot study to evaluate the effectiveness of small intestinal submucosa used to repair spinal ligaments in the goat.
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Resource Description: An article from Spine Journal about a pilot study to evaluate the effectiveness of small intestinal submucosa used to repair spinal ligaments in the goat.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 5/1/2002
Author(s): Ledet EH, Carl AL, DiRisio DJ, Tymeson MP, Andersen LB, Sheehan CE, Kallakury B, Slivka M, Serhan H.
Citation(s): 2002;2(3):188-196.
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A prospective case-control study of extralevator abdominoperineal excision (ELAPE) of the rectum versus conventional laparoscopic and open abdominoperineal excision: comparative analysis of short-term outcomes and quality of life.
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Resource Description: BACKGROUND: Conventional abdominoperineal excision (APE) of the rectum is associated with higher circumferential resection margin (CRM) involvement, increased local recurrence, and reduced survival compared to anterior resection. A more radical extralevator APE (ELAPE) technique may improve oncological outcome. However, this technique may confer additional morbidity, and little comparative data on short-term outcomes have been reported. This study compares short-term outcomes and quality of life (QOL) after open and laparoscopic ELAPE, laparoscopic APE (LAPE), and open APE (OAPE). METHODS: Data on all ELAPE and 10 consecutive LAPE and OAPE were extracted from a prospective database. Perioperative care and follow-up were standardized. QOL was assessed using EORTC questionnaires. RESULTS: Sixteen ELAPE (14 laparoscopic), 10 LAPE, and 10 OAPE were included. Demographics, tumour stage, and neoadjuvant therapy use were comparable. Operative time was higher with ELAPE than LAPE and OAPE (295, 207.5, and 157.5 min, respectively, p = 0.01). A porcine collagen perineal mesh was used in 9 patients undergoing ELAPE but in no LAPE or OAPE patients. No difference in 30-day complications, re-admission, or length of stay was noted. ELAPE and LAPE were associated with earlier removal of urinary catheter (p = 0.02), yet other enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) parameters were equivalent. All ELAPE resections were R0 with no positive CRM identified. One LAPE and 2 OAPE were R1 resections. Analysis revealed no deterioration in QOL with ELAPE, with equivalent global health status. CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study suggest that ELAPE is not associated with deterioration in short-term outcomes or QOL when compared with LAPE or OAPE.
Author(s): Vaughan-Shaw PG1, Cheung T, Knight JS, Nichols PH, Pilkington SA, Mirnezami AH.
Journal(s): Techniques in Coloproctology
Citation(s): 2012 Oct;16(5):355-62
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A quantitative method for evaluating the degradation of biologic scaffold materials.
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Resource Description: An article from Biomaterials about a quantitative method for evaluating the degradation of biologic scaffold materials.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 1/1/2007
Author(s): Gilbert TW, Stewart-Akers AM, Badylak SF.
Citation(s): 2007;28(2):147-150.
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A rabbit model to tissue engineer the bladder.
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Resource Description: From Biomaterials about use of a rabbit model to tissue engineer the bladder.
Related Product(s): 4-Layer Tissue Graft
Date Published: 4/1/2004
Author(s): Nuininga JE, van Moerkerk H, Hanssen A, Hulsbergen CA, Oosterwijk-Wakka J, Oosterwijk E, de Gier RPE, Schalken JA, van Kuppevel TH, Feitz WFJ.
Citation(s): 2004;25(9):1657-1661.
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A retrospective review of chronic anal fistulae treated by anal fistulae plug.
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Resource Description: An article from Colorectal Disease about chronic anal fistulae treated by the anal fistula plug.
Related Product(s): Fistula Plug
Date Published: 2/7/2009
Author(s): El-Gazzaz G, Zutshi M, Hull T.
Citation(s): 2009 Feb 7. [Epub]
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A stentless trileaflet valve from a sheet of decellularized porcine small intestinal submucosa.
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Resource Description: From the Annals of Thoracic Surgery about a stentless trileaflet valve from a sheet of decellularized porcine small intestinal submucosa.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 9/1/2005
Author(s): White JK, Agnihotri AK, Titus JS, Torchiana DF.
Citation(s): 2005;80(2):704-707.
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A stereological analysis of fibrosis and inflammatory reaction induced by four different synthetic slings.
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Resource Description: From the BJU International about a stereological analysis of fibrosis and inflammatory reaction induced by four different synthetic slings
Date Published: 4/1/2005
Author(s): Thiel M, Rodrigues Palma PC, Riccetto CL, Dambros M, Netto NR Jr.
Citation(s): 2005;95(6):833-837.
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A study of seven different types of grafts for jugular vein transplantation in the horse.
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Resource Description: From Research in Veterinary Science on a study of seven different types of grafts for jugular vein transplantation in the horse.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 12/1/2005
Author(s): Wiemer P, Gruys E, van Hoeck B.
Citation(s): 2005;79(3):211-217.
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A systematic review of randomized controlled trials of wound dressings for chronic venous ulcer.
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Resource Description: An article from the Journal of Vascular Surgery about a systematic review of randomized controlled trials of wound dressings for chronic venous ulcer.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 11/1/2006
Author(s): O'Donnell TF Jr, Lau J.
Citation(s): 2006;44(5):1118-1125.
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A tissue-engineered suburethral sling in an animal model of stress urinary incontinence.
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Resource Description: From the BJU International about a tissue-engineered suburethral sling in an animal model of stress urinary incontinence.
Related Product(s): Urethral Sling
Date Published: 9/1/2005
Author(s): Cannon TW, Sweeney DD, Conway DA, Kamo I, Yoshimura N, Sacks M, Chancellor MB.
Citation(s): 2005;96(4):664-669.
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Abdominal complications related to type of repair for congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
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Resource Description: From the Journal of Surgical Research on abdominal complications related to type of repair for congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
Related Product(s): Hernia Graft
Date Published: 6/15/2007
Author(s): St Peter SD, Valusek PA, Tsao K, Holcomb GW 3rd, Ostlie DJ, Snyder CL.
Citation(s): 2007;140(2):234-236.
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Abdominal wall defect repair with biological prosthesis in transplanted patients: single center retrospective analysis and review of the literature.
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Resource Description: The risk of fascial dehiscence, wound infection and incisional hernias in organ recipients is higher. Retrospective analysis of our departments database, checking the last 12 years (2000-2012), and of the literature (1966-2012) were conducted. In our database we found seven patients: five liver (71.4 %), one kidney (14.3 %), one multivisceral (14.3 %); five males (71.4 %), two females (28.6 %). Five (71.4 %) were operated in urgency setting and two in ordinary setting (28.6 %). The mean/median number of laparotomies before the incisional hernia is of 2.1/1 (range 1-5). In five patients swine intestinal submucosa (71.4 %) have been used and in two porcine dermal collagen (28.6 %). The mean/median age was 48.3/52 years (range 18-61). The mean/median body mass index was 26.7/27 (range 19-34). The mean/median for follow-up after intervention was 40.1/33 months (range 50-21). Recurrence rate was 14.3 %. Complication rate was 28.6 %. Adding the present report, the literature reports 70 cases. 20 % of prosthesis have been implanted inlay, 25.7 % underlay, in 5.7 % intraperitoneal and in 48.6 % were not specified. The mean age ranges from 0.7 to 48.3 years. Kidney, liver, pancreas, bowel and multivisceral transplant are reported. Porcine dermal collagen has been implanted in 24.3 %, human dermal collagen in 51.4 % and swine intestinal submucosa in 24.3 %. The immunosuppression regimens comprehend variable associations of tacrolimus, steroids, mycophenolate mofetil, sirolimus, thymoglobulin, azathioprine/basiliximab and daclizumab. The mean follow-up is 16.2 months. The mean complication rate is 9.4 %. Biological prosthesis seems to be useful and safe in abdominal wall repair surgery in transplanted patients.
Author(s): Coccolini F, Catena F, Bertuzzo VR, Ercolani G, Pinna A, Ansaloni L.
Journal(s): Updates in Surgery
Citation(s): 2013 Sep;65(3):191-6
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Abdominal wall reconstruction using biological tissue grafts: present status and future opportunities.
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Resource Description: An article from Expert Review of Medical Devices about abdominal wall reconstruction using biological tissue grafts, the present status and future opportunities.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 9/1/2006
Author(s): Bellows CF, Alder A, Helton WS.
Citation(s): 2006;3(5):657-675.
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Absorption of bioactive molecules into OASIS Wound Matrix.
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Resource Description: An article from Advances in Skin and Wound Care about the absorption of bioactive molecules into OASIS Wound Matrix.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 10/1/2007
Author(s): Nihsen ES, Zopf DA, Ernst DM, Janis AD, Hiles MC, Johnson C.
Citation(s): 2007;20(10):541-548.
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Acellular vascular tissues: natural biomaterials for tissue repair and tissue engineering.
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Resource Description: From Biomaterials about acellular vascular tissues: natural biomaterials for tissue repair and tissue engineering.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 11/1/2000
Author(s): Schmidt CE, Baier JM.
Citation(s): 2000;21(22):2215-2231.
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Activation of human mononuclear cells by porcine biologic meshes in vitro.
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Resource Description: An article from Hernia on the activation of human mononuclear cells by porcine biologic meshes in vitro.
Related Product(s): General
Date Published: 2/2010
Author(s): Orenstein SB, Qiao Y, Klueh U, et al.
Journal(s): Hernia
Citation(s): 2010 Feb 10. [Epub]
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NOTE: Any surgery has the potential for complications. The following complications are possible with the use of Biodesign® Advanced Tissue Repair Products: bleeding, infection, abscess, induration, acute or chronic inflammation (initial application of surgical graft materials may be associated with transient, mild, localized inflammation), allergic reaction, visceral adhesions, fistula formation, seroma formation, hematoma, extrusion, recurrence of tissue defect, and delayed or failed incorporation of the device. Not all part numbers listed on this website are approved for sale in all regulatory jurisdictions. Consult with your local Cook representative or customer service center for details.