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Minimally Invasive Surgery Independent Research Group
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Excluding non-surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery is the most effective way to prevent Intra-abdominal adhesions in surgery
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Andrés Rodríguez Parra, MD 3h
Replying to @MISIRG1 @SWexner and 10 others
Great info 👌
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Replying to @TecSurgeon
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Totally Agree! Thanks for your comment!
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Clinics@TheSurgeonsHouse 4h
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Laparoscopy surgery is an excellent method of Adhesolysis. Signs of peritonitis could be relative contraindication as we are routinely performing laparoscopy in peritonitis with hemodynamic stable patients! Surgical expertise plays important role in decision making!
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dr.hannibal.lecter.! 4h
Who uses them routinely now.?
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Thank you very much for your question Dr! This is the article on which the Bologna Guidelines are based to say that LT is better than NGT. But for us also the NGT is the choice!
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Replying to @SWexner
totally agree dr! For us too, NGT is the choice and we see the same results! thanks for your expert opinion
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Cirugía General UN 4h
Invitados hoy a la charla de gastrectomía total con el Dr. Oliveros, Hora 18:00 (GMT-5). En el siguiente link pueden inscribirse:
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Ashley J Williamson, MD 5h
3 days for conservative management for uncomplicated adhesive SBo
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Matt Lee 5h
Replying to @MISIRG1 @SWexner and 18 others
For me the big question is when we admit someone with , how do we spot who will need surgery?
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Matt Lee 5h
Replying to @MISIRG1 @SWexner and 15 others
With this data, we can hypothesis earlier intervention is probably better. It might reduce rates of bowel resection. Obviously there is some bias on who gets 'delayed surgery' - are people getting delayed because they are sicker (and actually need earlier surgery)?
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Matt Lee 5h
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Matt Lee 5h
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Matches data from two other papers - i) in - delayed surgery = worse outcomes (used different cut off, but look at mortality charts.
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Steven D Wexner MD, PhD 5h
we stopped using them 30-40 years ago due to lack of any additional benefit
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C. Star Tiko, MD MPH 5h
Are there any significant differences in clinical outcomes between NGT and LT decompression? My institution uses NGT solely so LT is a new learning point for me.
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