• New vector herniotomy children

New vector herniotomy children

PAEDIATRIC SURGERY.2016.3-4(52-53):16-19; doi 10.15574/PS.2016.52-53.16 
 

New vector herniotomy children


A.V. Stolyar, M.A. Akselrov, S.P. Saharov

Tyumen State Medical University, Tyumen, Russia

Regional hospital №2 Tyumen, Russia


From June 2012 to June 2016 by the method of extracorporeal herniorrhaphy, as planned, in the clinic of pediatric surgery of the Tyumen State Medical University were operated 445 children with congenital inguinal hernia. Boys, it was 6.9 times more than girls. Their age ranged from 3 days to 17 years. The authors have developed a needle – wire ligatures, the use of which has reduced the duration of surgery in 1.5 times.


Key words: inguinal hernia, minimally invasive surgery, hernia surgery, pediatric surgery.


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