Choosing the therapy of Incisional hernia through non vertical incisions

  • Gul Aga Sadat
  • Mohammad Sabir Saeed
  • Barat Gul Meherzai
Keywords: Incisional Hernia, Monofilament nylon, Merselene mesh, Nonvertical incision

Abstract

The events of incisional hernia differ from 5 % to 13.9 % in those patients who have gone through abdominal operations. The exact percentage of occurring hernia through non-vertical incision is unknown so far but in the patients who are suffering from Trans parietal incision it’s approximately 10% only. The aim of this scientific research is to choose the therapy of Incisional Hernia in the non-vertical incision of the abdominal wall. This scientific research has started and ended in the period of 2 years, conducted from 3/7/1395 to 5/5/1397 in the surgical wards/branches of the Nangarhar medical faculty’s. Material and methods 20 male and female have been kept under study that aged from 21 up to 65 years old and caught up of incisional hernia through non-vertical incision. At the result All the patients have been followed up at least for 18 months (from 6 months to 18 months) after surgical operations. Seroma occurred for 3 (15 %) patients out of 20 and 1 (5 %) patient who had sugar disease and mesh is good for the repair of large defect.

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Author Biographies

Gul Aga Sadat

lecturers of General Surgery and Urology Department

Mohammad Sabir Saeed

lecturers of General Surgery and Urology Department

Barat Gul Meherzai

lecturers of General Surgery and Urology Department

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Published
2019-06-06
How to Cite
Sadat, G. A., Mohammad Sabir Saeed, & Barat Gul Meherzai. (2019). Choosing the therapy of Incisional hernia through non vertical incisions. International Journal For Research In Biology & Pharmacy (ISSN: 2208-2093), 5(5), 01-07. Retrieved from https://gnpublication.org/index.php/bp/article/view/968