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Outcomes Using the Reinforced Biologic Augmented Repair (ReBAR) Technique in Robotic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Ventral Hernia Repair Público Deposited

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Banaschak, Cory , Szotek, Paul, and Sowers, Briana . Outcomes Using the Reinforced Biologic Augmented Repair (rebar) Technique In Robotic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Ventral Hernia Repair. . 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/648946f6-d0e4-4fd5-90ce-442ee79e7f8e?locale=pt-BR

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Banaschak, Cory, Szotek, Paul, & Sowers, Briana. (2021). Outcomes Using the Reinforced Biologic Augmented Repair (ReBAR) Technique in Robotic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Ventral Hernia Repair. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/648946f6-d0e4-4fd5-90ce-442ee79e7f8e?locale=pt-BR

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Banaschak, Cory , Szotek, Paul, and Sowers, Briana . Outcomes Using the Reinforced Biologic Augmented Repair (rebar) Technique In Robotic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Ventral Hernia Repair. 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/648946f6-d0e4-4fd5-90ce-442ee79e7f8e?locale=pt-BR

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Due to the availability of information on the internet, patients are well informed of the several types of hernia repair available to them. They are also increasingly made aware of the litigious environment surrounding synthetic mesh use through advertising [1]. With increasing concern for complications, patients are seeking methods of hernia repair that reduce foreign material while providing lasting results. In response to patients’ concerns, we developed a novel technique known as the reinforced biologic augmented repair (ReBAR), which incorporates data proven principles of hernia repair. This includes (1) primary closure of hernia defects and (2) reinforcement of the primary repair using mesh (figure 1). These principles have been proven to decrease ventral hernia recurrence rates [2,3]. The purpose of this study is to analyze the postoperative outcomes in robotic assisted reinforced biologic augmented repair of ventral hernias. The primary outcome is ventral hernia recurrence. Secondary outcome was incidence of surgical site occurrence.

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