Relevante Studien

Hongshi Wang, Bernd Klosterhalfen, Andreas Müllen, Thomas Otto, Axel Dievernich, Stefan Jockenhövel: 
Degradation resistance of PVDF mesh in vivo in comparison to PP mesh

Webinar: Pathology of Surgical Meshes - State of the Art

Muysoms F, Beckers R, Kyle-Leinhase I:
Prospective cohort study on mesh shrinkage measured with MRI after laparoscopic ventral hernia repair with an intraperitoneal iron oxide-loaded PVDF mesh
Surgical Endoscopy (2017).

Christoffersen MW, Helgstrand F, Rosenberg J, Kehlet H, Strandfelt P, Bisgaard T:
Long-term Recurrence and chronic pain after repair for small umbilical or epigastric hernias: a regional cohort study.
AM J Surg 2014.  

Klink C D, Junge K, Binnebösel M, Alizai H P, Otto J, Neumann U P, Klinge U:
Comparison of Long-Term Biocompability of PVDF and PP Meshes (2011)
2011;24(6):292-9. .

Berger D, Bientzle M:
Polyvinylidene Fluoride: A suitable Mesh Material for Laparoscopic Incisional and Parastomal Hernia Repair! A prospective, observational study with 344 patients
Hernia (2009) 13/2: 167-72 

Junge K, Binnebösel M, Rosch R, Jansen M, Kämmer D, Otto J, Schumpelick V, Klinge U:
Adhesion Formation of a Polyvinylidenfluoride/Polypropylene Mesh for Intra-Abdominal 
Placement in a Rodent Animal Model
Surgical Endoscopy (2009) 23: 327–333 

Gerullis H, Evangeolos G, Eimer C. Goretzki P E, Lammers B J, Klosterhalfen B, Boros M, Wishahi M, Heusch G, Otto T:
Evaluation of Biocompatability of Alloplastic Materials: Development of a Tissue culture in Vitro Test System
Surgical technology international XXI(1):21-27 December 2011.

Klinge, U. RWTH Aachen University Hospital:
Comparison of Bacterial Adherences

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