PERIUMBILICAL HERNIA REPAIR. PERIUMBILICAL HERNIA

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Periumbilical Hernia Repair


periumbilical hernia repair
    hernia repair
  • Herniorrhaphy (Hernioplasty, Hernia repair) is a surgical procedure for correcting hernia. A hernia is a bulging of internal organs or tissues, which protrude through an abnormal opening in the muscle wall. Hernias can occur in the abdomen, groin, and at the site of a previous surgery.
periumbilical hernia repair - Abdominal Binder
Abdominal Binder Support Wrap/ Surgical Binder / Hernia Support /Abdominal Hernia Reduction Device
Abdominal Binder Support Wrap/ Surgical Binder / Hernia Support /Abdominal Hernia Reduction Device
The Universal Abdominal Binder is made with 6?, 8?, 10", or 12? wide super stretch elastic. At one end of the elastic there is a 1/8" thick X 21" long foam pad laminated (covered) with soft soothing cotton flannel. The foam pad adds rigidity, padding, and provides a non-elastic zone that helps to direct compression to the front of the abdomen. The Universal Abdominal binder is made for many purposes and conditions; however, some of the more popular include abdominal hernia reduction, post operative, postpartum, bariatric support, flattening and smoothing of the abdomen.

Customer Reviews
My husband has purchased two supports from you as they were so much better than the one?s we could buy here in England .He suffers from Crohn?s Disease and wear he has had repeated operations he has developed Hernias. The difference they have made is amazing, his pain from his Hernias has subsided and his digestion/indigestion has improved dramatically. Keeping him supported and straight has help in so many ways! Thank you
-Corin
Gosport, England
Size Guide

For correct size measure around the abdomen
Universal Size up to 50? (127cm)
Some custom manufacturing available for greater than 50". Call for details. Addtional charges apply.

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Navy doctors perform an umbilical hernia repair
Navy doctors perform an umbilical hernia repair
110824-N-JD217-053 ARABIAN SEA (Aug. 24, 2011) Lt. Matthew J. Bradley, left, and Lt. Cmdr. John R. Balentine, center, perform an umbilical hernia repair while Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class David L. Cumpian assists in the operating room aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77). George H.W. Bush is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility on its first operational deployment conducting maritime security operations and support missions as part of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Jessica Echerri/Released)
Once, Twice, Three Times a Hernia!
Once, Twice, Three Times a Hernia!
Won't be many updates for a while as I get rested after having all three hernias repaired! Got them during indoor cricket taking a catch but got more than I bargained for!

periumbilical hernia repair
periumbilical hernia repair
Hernia Repair Sequelae
Even the best hernia repair can result in postoperative difficulties for the patient caused by repair sequelae as for example pain, infertility, infection, adhesion and dislocation of the protheses. That can happen many years later and now, where the general principle of hernia repair is well understood all over the world, these sequelae are noticed more and more. To define them, to evaluate the absolute and relative risk of these sequelaes and to describe the ways of their prevention, diagnosis and treatment, the 5th Suvretta meeting had focussed on this subject. We discussed if there’s a principle risk by technique, material or both. The results of these discussions and the future handling and evaluation of this problem was the aim of this meeting. Even the best method can be made better by optimization of its single components. Even the best hernia repair can result in postoperative difficulties for the patient caused by repair sequelae such as pain, infertility, infection, adhesion and dislocation of the prostheses. This can happen many years later, and now that the general principle of hernia repair is broadly understood all over the world, these sequelae are being noticed more and more. The 5th Suvretta meeting was held in order to define these sequelae, to evaluate the absolute and relative risks they pose, and to discuss the methods of their prevention, diagnosis and treatment. We discussed whether the principal risk was related to technique, material or both. This discussion and the future approach to and evaluation of this problem were the aims of the meeting, working on the premise that even the best method can be made better by optimizing its individual components.

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