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Advancement in Hernia treatment with introduction of innovative tools

Dr. Tim Tollens

Bangalore, 18th May 2015: A leading multinational developer of innovative, life-enhancing medical technologies, and revolutionary tools in the arena of hernia repair surgeries, is back with the third series ofits well appreciated program, the Surgical Training and Educational Program3.0. The STEP 3.0 is a series of training and educational program, which is organized in various other cities across India highlighting recent advancement and updates on hernia treatment.

Dr. Tim Tollens MD. Phd, General Surgeon, Imelda Hospital of Bonheiden, Belgium, where hernia has become his speciality,performed three back to back live surgeries at Apollo Hospital, Bangaloreusing innovative tools and techniques such as , TAPP, TEP and IPOM. The three surgeries displayedvarious complications involved with ventral hernia surgeries and its solutions through the leading-edge tools, which meet the needs of the healthcare professionals and the patients. These tools aredesigned keeping in mind the obstacles faced with conventional approach.Thelightweight Ventralight™ ST offers the surgeon and patient, benefits that he or she cannot receive from a conventional mesh.

Speaking at the program,Dr. Tim Tollenssaid, “This new technology is aimed at improving the quality of the treatment of hernias repaired laparoscopically. It is a mesh made of the most studied scientific material and probably the only mesh for ventral hernia, which has a strong clinical data to support it. Like any surgery, there is always a chance for complications, like infection or hernia recurrence, however Surgery using the Ventralight™ ST Mesh reduces the risk of hernia recurrence

Some of the advantages of Ventralight™ ST Mesh are an uncoated lightweight monofilament polypropylene mesh that allows fast tissue in-growth and strong tissue incorporation into the abdominal wall. It is approximately 50% lighter than traditional polypropylene mesh andis designed for today’s laparoscopic surgeon to facilitate an efficient and reproducible hernia repair.

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Date: Monday , May 18, 2015
Publication: internetnewsforyou.biz, Agency: Bureau
Edition: Internet, Page No: 0, Location: Internet, Size(sq.cms): 0