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Minimally invasive surgery techniques replacing endoaneurysmorrhaphy > Laparoscopic permanent repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm AAA

Minimally invasive surgery techniques replacing endoaneurysmorrhaphy > Laparoscopic permanent repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm AAA

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Minimally invasive surgery techniques, Laparoscopic permanent repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm AAA, Elective surgical treatment of AAA, Most reasonable approach, Prevent the mortality associated with the disorder, Elective surgical replacement with synthetic graft, Endoaneurysmorrhaphy, Widespread adaptation, Previously open surgical techniques, Improved postoperative recovery, Laparoscopic vascular surgery instruments, Surgeon experience, Totally laparoscopic AAA replacement, Improved post-operative recovery, Technical difficulties, Safety of the procedure, European national health organization, British NHS, Guidance document, Indications, Dilatation of the aorta, Forming an aneurysm, Men over the age of 65, Less common in women, Small aneurysm, Larger aneurysms can leak or rupture, High risk of mortality, Emergency surgery, Preventive treatment, Traditional treatment for abdominal aortic aneurysm, Open surgical repair, Above and below the weakened area, Allow normal blood
flow, A less invasive approach, Endovascular stent graft placement, Via the femoral arteries, Outline of the procedure, Laparoscopic repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm, Hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery HALS, Technically more demanding, Totally laparoscopic surgery TLS, Midline minilaparotomy incision, Insertion of one of the surgeon’s hands, To aid the procedure, Small skin incisions, Insertion of a laparoscope and instruments, Guide and/or perform the repair, Lumbar arteries, Inferior mesenteric artery, Dissected and clipped, Clamps are applied above and below the aneurysm, The sac is opened and thrombus removed, A prosthetic vascular graft is anastomosed, Proximal and distal ends of the aorta, The aneurysm wall and the posterior parietal peritoneum, Cover the graft, Efficacy, Non-randomised controlled trials, Mean hospital length of stay LOS, Following open repair, Non-randomised controlled study, Endovascular stenting, Statistically significant difference in mean LOS, Novel and of uncertain efficacy, Key efficacy outcomes, Successful complete repair, Open conversion rates, Operative time, Intensive care unit, Overall hospital LOS, Patient quality of life, Renal function, Need for reintervention, Specialist Advisers, Longer operating times, Early in the learning curve, Safety, Postoperative death rates, Renal insufficiency, Hypogastric artery, Bleeding requiring reoperation, Operative time, Total cross-clamp time, Long-term graft performance, Important outcome measures

Minimally invasive surgery techniques, Laparoscopic permanent repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm AAA, Elective surgical treatment of AAA, Most reasonable approach, Prevent the mortality associated with the disorder, Elective surgical replacement with synthetic graft, Endoaneurysmorrhaphy, Widespread adaptation, Previously open surgical techniques, Improved postoperative recovery, Laparoscopic vascular surgery instruments, Surgeon experience, Totally laparoscopic AAA replacement, Improved post-operative recovery, Technical difficulties, Safety of the procedure, European national health organization, British NHS, Guidance document, Indications, Dilatation of the aorta, Forming an aneurysm, Men over the age of 65, Less common in women, Small aneurysm, Larger aneurysms can leak or rupture, High risk of mortality, Emergency surgery, Preventive treatment, Traditional treatment for abdominal aortic aneurysm, Open surgical repair, Above and below the weakened area, Allow normal blood
flow, A less invasive approach, Endovascular stent graft placement, Via the femoral arteries, Outline of the procedure, Laparoscopic repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm, Hand-assisted laparoscopic surgery HALS, Technically more demanding, Totally laparoscopic surgery TLS, Midline minilaparotomy incision, Insertion of one of the surgeon’s hands, To aid the procedure, Small skin incisions, Insertion of a laparoscope and instruments, Guide and/or perform the repair, Lumbar arteries, Inferior mesenteric artery, Dissected and clipped, Clamps are applied above and below the aneurysm, The sac is opened and thrombus removed, A prosthetic vascular graft is anastomosed, Proximal and distal ends of the aorta, The aneurysm wall and the posterior parietal peritoneum, Cover the graft, Efficacy, Non-randomised controlled trials, Mean hospital length of stay LOS, Following open repair, Non-randomised controlled study, Endovascular stenting, Statistically significant difference in mean LOS, Novel and of uncertain efficacy, Key efficacy outcomes, Successful complete repair, Open conversion rates, Operative time, Intensive care unit, Overall hospital LOS, Patient quality of life, Renal function, Need for reintervention, Specialist Advisers, Longer operating times, Early in the learning curve, Safety, Postoperative death rates, Renal insufficiency, Hypogastric artery, Bleeding requiring reoperation, Operative time, Total cross-clamp time, Long-term graft performance, Important outcome measures

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