Possibility of application of a self–fixing mesh ProGrip™ in laparoscopic plasty of large hiatal hernias
Objective. Studying of possibility of application of a self-fixing mesh ProGrip™ while plasty performing for large hiatal hernias (HH).
Маterials and methods. In the investigation 144 patients, ageing 30 – 78 yrs old, owing HH with square 10 - 20 сm2, took part. The patients were divided into two groups. Group I consisted of 71 patients, to whom crurorhaphy with additional strengthening of the sutures, using a self-fixing mesh ProGrip™ was peformed. Group II consisted of 73 patients, in whom sutures of crurorhaphy were not strengthened by the mesh implant. Dynamical follow-up in patients was conducted in 3, 6, 12, 24, 36, 48 and 60 mo after the surgical treatment.
Results. Average duration of the operation in patients of Group i and Group II did not differ essentially – (94 ± 12) and (92 ± 15) min, accordingly (p > 0.1). In late terms of follow-up the HH recurrence have occurred in 3.2% in the Group I patients and in 21.5% - in the Group II patients. The quality of life index in patients of Group I, in accordance to questionnaire SF-36, was trustworthily better, than in patients of Group II (p < 0.05).
Conclusion. The mesh ProGrip™ application while doing plasty of large HH permits to lower the recurrence rate significantly and to improve the operative interventions results essentially.
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