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Elaboration of the Optimal Structure of Flat Implants for Hernia Treatmentsn

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One of the most commonly conducted procedures in general surgery is hernia treatment. This problem concerns approx. 4% of the human population. The factor that significantly lowers the efficacy of the hernia treatment procedure, also called hernioplasty, is the high risk of recurrence, which leads to repeated surgery. The aim of this thesis is to design an optimal surgical mesh structure for hernia treatment with the use of the non-tension method. In order to select an optimal prototype, qualitative analysis of chemical purity, physical properties as well as morphology and pathophysiology were performed. A designated group of quality markers and a general quality marker based on risk analysis acc. PN-EN ISO 14971:2004 Standard allowed to select an optimal hernia mesh prototype.

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harnia, surgical mesh, polypropylene, structure, strength, quality, qualitative analysis, optimisation.

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Struszczyk M. H., Rogaczewska A., Anna Dobrowolska A., Majcherek Z.; The Elaboration of Optimal Structure of Flat Implants for Hernia Treatments. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe, January/March 2009, Vol. 17, No. 1 (72) pp. 102-108.

Published in issue no 1 (72) / 2009, pages 102–108.

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