surgical closure

surgical closure

(1) Those devices or artifices used to close an open surgical field.
(2) The act of closing a operative field.

surgical closure

Those devices or artifices used to close an open surgical field. See Absorbable sutures, Catgut, Nonabsorbable sutures, Silk, Staples, Tape.
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Long-term outcome of patients with ventricular septal defect considered not to require surgical closure during childhood.
Intravenous (IV) or intra-articular (IA) administration of TXA have been proposed to reduce perioperative blood loss in TKA.10-12 Recent literature has demonstrated the effectiveness of TXA on blood loss and transfusion rates without increasing rate of thromboembolism after TKA.13.14 Similarly, IA adrenaline infusion during surgical closure is another method which has been recommended for the reduction of surgical bleeding and postoperative blood loss following TKA.
No study has been done in our part of the world to explore this phenomenon so this study was planned to compare the standard NPWT with NPWT with instillation in management of acute traumatic wounds on basis of time taken in definitive surgical closure of wounds.
The need for surgical closure of palatal injuries reportedly varies from 7% to 72% (2, 3).
Topical application of autologous blood products during surgical closure following a coronary artery bypass graft.
The outcomes to be audited would be the surgical closure rate of the perforated tympanic membrane with comparison of success rates of surgical techniques, graft material, experience level of surgeon and success rates in patients with a known HIV status, along with outcomes in hearing improvement after surgery.
The proven suture-based technique emulates surgical closure without the need for open heart surgery or limited thoracotomy access (open surgical access to the heart between the ribs) when repairing structural heart defects in the left heart.
In this study he showed infection rate from 0-20% with this technique and the recurrence rate was found to be 0-5% in the same study.24 In an updated version, a comparative meta-analysis of, the different techniques with primary open healing, over surgical closure, revealed, no clear benefit.
Surgical closure through laparotomy or laparoscopy is an effective management for perforation, although there is a risk of complications, such as anaesthetic accident, infection, and ileus [12].
The influence of traditional surgical closure of the peritoneum in CS on the development of adhesions is still unclear, especially if those adhesions could adversely affect the future reproduction after CS procedure.
Therefore, she underwent surgical closure via fistulectomy with four-layered closure a few months before her 3rd birthday.