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Experimental Study of Sutureless Colorectal Anastomosis

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Autor: Capitan-Morales, Luis-Cristobal
Rodríguez Nuñez, Eduardo
Morales-Conde, Salvador
Sanchez Ganfornina, Francisco
Río Lafuente, Francisco Del
Cabot Ostos, Elisa María
Ortega Beviá, J.M.
Loscertales Abril, Jesús
Cantillana Martínez, J.
Departamento: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Cirugía
Fecha: 2000
Publicado en: Hepato-gastroenterology, 47 (35), 1284-1290.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: Background / Aims: The present research project has been made mainly with the idea of comparing the tensile strength values and histological answers of three types of colon anastomosis: sutured with silk 5/0; polyglycolic acid 5/0; sutureless anastomosis with human fibrin gum. Methodology: One hundred and five (105) Wistar breath rata allocated into 3 groups of 35 animals were used to implement this experimental research project: silk, polyglycolic acid and human fibrin gum. Furthermore, each group was subdivided in 5 series respectively to carry out an experimental study on the tensile strength parameter and anatomic-pathological determinations on the 10th, 20th, 30th, 40th and 50th day after the gurgical intevention. The following surgical interventions were practiced on them: A cross section of the colon, followed by: group 1: an end-to-end discontinuous suture anastomosis with Silk; group 2: an end-to-end discontinuous suture anastomosis with polyglycolic acid; group 3: suturele...
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Cita: Capitan-Morales, L., Rodríguez Nuñez, E., Morales-Conde, S., Sanchez Ganfornina, F., Río Lafuente, F.D., Cabot Ostos, E.M.,...,Cantillana Martínez, J. (2000). Experimental Study of Sutureless Colorectal Anastomosis. Hepato-gastroenterology, 47 (35), 1284-1290.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/42298

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