Khalil, Haitham (France)
Rouen, CHU Rouen, Charles NICOLLE Hospital
About Khalil, Haitham (France)
Khalil, Haitham, M.D.
CHU Rouen, Charles NICOLLE Hospital
Department of Visceral Surgery
Board member of French Abdomina Wall Surgery Society
Member of European Hernia Society (E.H.S).
Expert in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction and Incisional Hernia Prevention with focus on the Complex incisional hernia (wide defect, loss of domain, etc…) which requires specific procedures as Botox injection, Goni-Moreno procedure, Components Separation Techniques anterior (Ramirez) and posterior (TAR), etc.
Expert in Abdominal Wall, Umbilical, Parastomal and Inguinal Hernia training with focus on laparoscopic repair ( TAPP, TEP, IPOM)
Expert in Abdominal Wall, Umbilical, Parastomal (prophylaxis and therapy of parastomal and para Bricker hernia) and Inguinal Hernia training with focus on laparoscopic repair ( TAPP, TEP, IPOM)
Training on DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D implants with focus on endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using current minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).
Training on DynaMesh®-IPOM implants with focus on surgical treatment of primary and secondary ventral hernias and especial focus on parastomal hernia repair after ostomy surgery.
Training on DynaMesh®-IPST implants with focus on the prophylaxis and therapy of hernias and fascial defects in the abdominal wall after ostomy as well as to reinforce connective tissue structures and prevent prolapse of the diverted portion of the intestines.
DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP 3D implants are used to reinforce connective tissue structures in the groin region. They were specially developed for the endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using current minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).
DynaMesh®-IPOM implants are designed for soft tissue reinforcement and soft tissue bridging of the fascial and connective tissue structures of the abdominal wall as part of surgical treatment for epigastric hernias, umbilical or incisional hernias, and parastomal hernias following ostomy surgery.