Prophylactic Resorbable Synthetic Mesh to Prevent Wound Dehiscence and Incisional Hernia in High High-risk Laparotomy: A Pilot Study of Using TIGR Matrix Mesh
H. Söderbäck, H. Mahteme, P. Hellman, and G. Sandblom
Published online: Front Surg. 2016; 3: 28
DOI:  10.3389/fsurg.2016.00028

Three-year results from a preclinical implantation study of a long-term resorbable surgical mesh with time-dependent mechanical characteristics
H. Hjort, T. Mathisen, A. Alves, G. Clermont, J. P. Boutrand
Published: Hernia. 2012 Apr;16(2):191-7
DOI: 10.1007/s10029-011-0885-y

Inguinal hernia repair using a synthetic long-term resorbable mesh: results from a 3-year prospective safety and performance study
F. Ruiz-Jasbon, J. Norrby, M.-L. Ivarsson, S. Björck
Published: Hernia. 2014 Oct;18(5):723-30
DOI: 10.1007/s10029-014-1249-1

Value-based Clinical Quality Improvement (CQI) for Patients Undergoing Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
B. Stephan, B. Ramshaw, B. Forman
Published: Surg Technol Int. 2015 May;26:135-42.


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Short-term outcome after use of a prophylactic mesh in emergency stoma formation
A. Lykke, L. N. Jorgensen, T. Mynster
Digestive Disease Center, Bispebjerg Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Presented at: 1st World Conference on Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgery, Milan, Italy 2015


“Safety belt syndrome” abdominal wall reconstruction with the first synthetic resorbable mesh (TIGR® Matrix)
Vázquez Rueda Fernando, Gómez Beltrán Od., Granero Cendón R., Lasso Betancor Ce., Ayala Montor J., Castillo Fernández Al, Murica Pascual F.J., Paredes Esteban Rm. Paediatric Surgery Department, Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía, Córdoba, Spain.

Endoscopic bilateral component separation reinforced with TIGR® Matrix Surgical Mesh
B. Ramshaw
General Surgery Residency Program, Halifax Health, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA
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Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, Transversus Abdominus Release Approach (TAR)
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