The Use of Self-Locking Implants in the Open Treatment of Patients with Large and Giant Peri-Incisional Ventral Hernias

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Volume-68 Issue-7
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Andrey Vitalievich Protasov, Lidiya Amerkhanovna Evloeva, Mekhaeel Shehata Fakhry Mekhaeel, Ayaz Aydyn ogly Dzhabiev, Maria Naimovna Navid
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I7P210S

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MLA Style: Andrey Vitalievich Protasov, Lidiya Amerkhanovna Evloeva, Mekhaeel Shehata Fakhry Mekhaeel, Ayaz Aydyn ogly Dzhabiev, Maria Naimovna Navid  "The Use of Self-Locking Implants in the Open Treatment of Patients with Large and Giant Peri-Incisional Ventral Hernias" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.7(2020):69-72. 

APA Style: Andrey Vitalievich Protasov, Lidiya Amerkhanovna Evloeva, Mekhaeel Shehata Fakhry Mekhaeel, Ayaz Aydyn ogly Dzhabiev, Maria Naimovna Navid. The Use of Self-Locking Implants in the Open Treatment of Patients with Large and Giant Peri-Incisional Ventral Hernias  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(7),69-72.

Abstract
The paper discusses the problem of the use of self-locking implants in the open treatment of periincisional ventral hernias. The beneficial effects of the use of new generation implants are shown. A review of the experience of using ProGrip and Adhesix self-locking implants in Russian invasive surgery is presented. The study aims to improve the surgical treatment of patients with large and giant peri-incisional ventral hernias by introducing selflocking implants into clinical practice.

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Keywords
peri-incisional ventral hernia, Parietene Progrip, Adhesix, implantation.