version3: Laparoscopic IPOM technique for DynaMesh® IPOM in 7 steps

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The following points should be considered during the preparation of the patient:
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The following literature is important for the laparoscopic IPOM technique:

General overview of incisional hernia

  1. Henriksen NA, Mortensen JH, Lorentzen L, et al. Abdominal wall hernias-A local manifestation of systemically impaired quality of the extracellular matrix. Surgery 2016; 160(1): 220-7.
  2. Henriksen NA. Systemic and local collagen turnover in hernia patients. Dan Med J 2016; 63(7):B5265.
  3. Helgstrand F. National results after ventral hernia repair. Dan Med J 2016; 63(7):B5258.
Advantages of laparoscopic versus open

  1. Arita NA, Nguyen MT, Nguyen DH, et al. Laparoscopic repair reduces incidence of surgical site infections for all ventral hernias. Surg Endosc 2015; 29(7): 1769-80.
  2. Al Chalabi H, Larkin J, Mehigan B, McCormick P. A systematic review of laparoscopic versus open abdominal incisional hernia repair, with meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Int J Surg 2015; 20: 65-74.
  3. Sauerland S, Walgenbach M, Habermalz B, Seiler CM, Miserez M. Laparoscopic versus open surgical techniques for ventral or incisional hernia repair. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2011; (3): CD007781.

Importance and experiences with mesh material PVDF

  1. Baker JJ et al (2021) Reoperation for Recurrence is Affected by Type of Mesh in Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair: A Nationwide Cohort Study. Ann Surg.
    includes data on primary ventral hernia (n = 416, FU: median 114 months) and incisional ventral hernia (n = 610, FU: median 110 months)
  2. Berger D, Bientzle M (2009) Polyvinylidene fluoride: a suitable mesh material for laparoscopic incisional and parastomal hernia repair! A prospective, observational study with 344 patients.
    Hernia 13:167–172.
    includes data on incisional ventral hernia (n = 297, FU: median 24 months) and parastomal hernia (n = 47, FU: median 20 months)
  3. Bertoglio C et al (2021) From keyhole to sandwich: change in laparoscopic repair of parastomal hernias at a single centre.
    Surg Endosc 35:1863–1871.
    includes data on parastomal hernia (n = 13, FU: median 26 months)
  4. Sánchez-Arteaga A et al (2021) Use of polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) meshes for ventral hernia repair in emergency surgery.
    Hernia 25:99–106.
    includes data on primary ventral hernia (n = 78, FU: 12 months) and incisional ventral hernia (n = 45, FU: 12 months)
  5. Muysoms F et al (2018) Prospective cohort study on mesh shrinkage measured with MRI after laparoscopic ventral hernia repair with an intraperitoneal iron oxide-loaded PVDF mesh.
    Surg Endosc 32:2822–2830.
    includes data on mesh shrinkage in primary ventral hernia (n = 14, FU: 13 months)
  6. Roberts DG (2012) Laparoscopic Intraperitoneal Onlay Repair of Abdominal Incisional and Ventral Hernias wth Polyvinylidene Fluoride-Coated Polypropylene Mesh; A Retrospective Study with Short to Medium Term Results.
    Science Journal of Clinical Medicine 1:10.
    includes data on primary and incisional ventral hernia (n = 40, FU: mean 15 months)
  7. Verbo A et al (2016) Polyvinylidene Fluoride Mesh (PVDF, DynaMesh®-IPOM) in The Laparoscopic Treatment of Incisional Hernia: A Prospective Comparative Trial versus Gore® ePTFE DUALMESH® Plus.
    Surg Technol Int 28:147–151
    includes data on incisional ventral hernia (n = 35, FU: > 6 months)
  8. Zhou Z, Bilkhu A, Anwar S (2017) The use of a composite synthetic mesh in the vicinity of bowel – For repair and prophylaxis of parastomal hernias. Does it increase the risk of short term infective  complications?
    Int J Surg 45:67–71. includes data on parastomal hernia (n = 20, FU: mean 27 months)

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Presented by the International IPOM Group (IIG) – in Zusammenarbeit mit “Namen” “Namen” “Namen”