Chatzimavroudis, Grigoris (Greece)

Pylaia-Thessaloniki, Greece

About Chatzimavroudis, Grigoris (Greece)

Prof. Dr. Grigoris Chatzimavroudis

European Interbalkan Medical Center
Complex Hernia & Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Center
Pylaia-Thessaloniki

Greece

Grigoris Chatzimavroudis is Professor of Surgery at Medical Scool of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and Head of the Complex Hernia & Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Center at the European Interbalkan Medical Center of Thessaloniki, Greece, an accredited Center of Excellence in Hernia Surgery. Moreover, he is Vice President and President Elect of the Greek Hernia Society

Professor Chatzimavroudis’ main clinical and academic activities and interests are focused on abdominal wall hernia surgery. He is performing all types of hernia repair, including component separation techniques (especially posterior component-TAR), with open, laparoscopic and robotic techniques. Due to his expertise in complex abdominal wall hernia surgery, he has been invited in many countries to operate patients with complex hernias, while he has participated in international hernia congresses, symposiums, webinars, web-teaching courses, masterclasses and workshops for complex hernia management and component separation techniques as an invited speaker and instructor. Each year he organizes in his Center many hands-on workshops and masterclasses for complex abdominal wall hernia repair with international attendees. He is a member of 11 international medical societies and has been awarded so far with 2 awards of excellence, 4 scholarships and 8 first prizes for best oral presentation. He has published more than 180 papers in international peer-reviewed journals, indexed in Pubmed/Scopus, with an IF>550, Hirsch index 24 and more than 1900 citations.

Training on DynaMesh®-CICAT implants with focus on surgical treatment of primary and secondary ventral hernias up to „loss of domain” situations.

Training on DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP implants with focus on endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using common minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

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.

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Laparoendoscopic TEP for Inguinal Hernia Repair (#FL256)

2024-06-03 / 08:00 AM - 2024-06-03 / 11:00 AM [Timezone: Europe/Berlin]
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Past event Workshop Online Event language: Greek

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DynaMesh®-CICAT 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 also as part of incisional hernia prevention.

DynaMesh®-ENDOLAP implants serve to support the tissue and stabilise the fascial structures of the groin. They were specially developed for the endoscopic (laparoscopic) repair of inguinal hernias using common minimally invasive surgical techniques (TEP and TAPP).

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.

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