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September 2018 - Volume 142 - Current Concepts in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction 3S
pp: 1S-208S




Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Risk Stratification Tools: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Bernardi, Karla; Adrales, Gina L.; Hope, William W.; More

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 142(3S):9S-20S, September 2018.


Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 0:28

This video demonstrates the perforation of biologic mesh, which allows fluid egress, preventing seroma formation between the mesh and the peritoneum when the mesh is used in the intraperitoneal underlay position. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S).

Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 5:48

The double-crown technique as applied to vertical panniculectomy is demonstrated in this video. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S).

Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 2:24

This video demonstrates the staple-assisted tailor tacking technique, and the towel clamp-assisted double crown technique for the precise resection of excess skin. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S).

Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 0:35

This video demonstrates how to place progressive tension sutures in the subcutaneous plane. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S).

Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 1:00

This video shows how to place transfascial, percutaneous sutures for mesh fixation using the Carter-Thomason laparoscopic suture passer. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S).

Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

Creator: Ibrahim Khansa, MD; Jeffrey E. Janis, MD FACS
Duration: 0:56

A technique for a minimally-invasive anterior coponents separation is shown in this video. From "Complex Open Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Management of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue." Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: September 2018- 142 (3S). Keywords: abdominal wall reconstruction; panniculectomy; wound healing; incisional negative pressure wound therapy; progressive tension sutures

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