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Leonardo Solaini – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the use of intra Abdominal Drain in minimally invasive right colectomy a propensity score matched analysis on postoperative outcomes
    International Journal of Colorectal Disease, 2019
    Co-Authors: Leonardo Solaini, Davide Cavaliere, Francesca Pecchini, Federico Perna, Andrea Avanzolini, Giulia Vitali, Fouzia Mecheri, Paolo Checcacci, Alessandro Cucchetti

    Abstract:

    Purpose
    No evidences supporting or not the use of intra-Abdominal Drain (AD) in minimally invasive right colectomies have been published. This study aims to assess the outcomes on its use after robotic or laparoscopic right colectomies.

Alessandro Cucchetti – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the use of intra Abdominal Drain in minimally invasive right colectomy a propensity score matched analysis on postoperative outcomes
    International Journal of Colorectal Disease, 2019
    Co-Authors: Leonardo Solaini, Davide Cavaliere, Francesca Pecchini, Federico Perna, Andrea Avanzolini, Giulia Vitali, Fouzia Mecheri, Paolo Checcacci, Alessandro Cucchetti

    Abstract:

    Purpose
    No evidences supporting or not the use of intra-Abdominal Drain (AD) in minimally invasive right colectomies have been published. This study aims to assess the outcomes on its use after robotic or laparoscopic right colectomies.

J E Krige – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • a new approach to the management of malignant ascites a permanently implanted Abdominal Drain
    Ejso, 1990
    Co-Authors: M A Belfort, P J Stevens, K Dehaek, R Soeters, J E Krige

    Abstract:

    A new approach to the problem of intractable malignant ascites in preterminal Abdominal carcinoma is presented. Seventeen patients treated with a new implantable silastic Drain are described. Symptomatic relief was excellent in all patients for as long as the Drain was patent. Complications included Abdominal wall cellulitis in two instances and one case of peritonitis, but did not preclude continued Drain function in 15 of the 17 cases. In eight of the 17 cases organisms were cultured from the ascitic fluid while the catheter was in situ. Drainage of ascitic fluid in this way appears to be a practical management for intractable malignant ascites.