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.

Abdominal wall defect repair with biological prosthesis in transplanted patients: single center retrospective analysis and review of the literature / Federico Coccolini;Fausto Catena;Valentina R. Bertuzzo;Giorgio Ercolani;Antonio Pinna;Luca Ansaloni. - In: UPDATES IN SURGERY. - ISSN 2038-131X. - STAMPA. - 65:3(2013), pp. 191-196. [10.1007/s13304-013-0212-5]

Abdominal wall defect repair with biological prosthesis in transplanted patients: single center retrospective analysis and review of the literature

CATENA, FAUSTO;Valentina R. Bertuzzo;ERCOLANI, GIORGIO;PINNA, ANTONIO DANIELE;
2013

Abstract

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.
2013
Abdominal wall defect repair with biological prosthesis in transplanted patients: single center retrospective analysis and review of the literature / Federico Coccolini;Fausto Catena;Valentina R. Bertuzzo;Giorgio Ercolani;Antonio Pinna;Luca Ansaloni. - In: UPDATES IN SURGERY. - ISSN 2038-131X. - STAMPA. - 65:3(2013), pp. 191-196. [10.1007/s13304-013-0212-5]
Federico Coccolini;Fausto Catena;Valentina R. Bertuzzo;Giorgio Ercolani;Antonio Pinna;Luca Ansaloni
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