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Chirurgie digestive

Éric Mirallié, Cécile Caillard, François Pattou, Laurent Brunaud, Antoine Hamy, Marcel Dahan, Michel Prades, Muriel Mathonnet, Gérard Landecy, Henri-Pierre Dernis, Jean-Christophe Lifante, Frederic Sebag, Franck Jegoux, Emmanuel Babin, Alain Bizon, Florent Espitalier, Isabelle Durand-Zaleski, Christelle Volteau, Claire Blanchard
BACKGROUND: The impact of intraoperative neuromonitoring on recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy remains debated. Our aim was to evaluate the potential protective effect of intraoperative neuromonitoring on recurrent laryngeal nerve during total thyroidectomy. METHODS: This was a prospective, multicenter French national study. The use of intraoperative neuromonitoring was left at the surgeons' choice. Postoperative laryngoscopy was performed systematically at day 1 to 2 after operation and at 6 months in case of postoperative recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy...
January 2018: Surgery
Jean-Pierre Gérard, Thierry André, Frédéric Bibeau, Thierry Conroy, Jean-Louis Legoux, Guillaume Portier, Jean-François Bosset, Guillaume Cadiot, Olivier Bouché, Laurent Bedenne
INTRODUCTION: This document is a summary of the French Intergroup guidelines regarding the management of rectal adenocarcinoma published in February 2016. METHOD: This collaborative work, under the auspices of most of the French medical societies involved in the management of rectal cancer, is based on the previous guidelines published in 2013. Recommendations are graded into 3 categories according to the level of evidence of data found in the literature. RESULTS: In agreement with the ESMO guidelines (2013), non-metastatic rectal cancers have been stratified in 4 risk groups according to endoscopy, MRI or endorectal-ultrasonography...
April 2017: Digestive and Liver Disease
Pierre Albaladejo, Frédéric Aubrun, Charles-Marc Samama, Laurent Jouffroy, Marc Beaussier, Dan Benhamou, Pauline Romegoux, Kristina Skaare, Jean-Luc Bosson, Claude Ecoffey
The organization of health care establishments and perioperative care are essential for ensuring the quality of care and safety of patients undergoing outpatient surgery. In order to correctly inventory these organizations and practices, in 2013-2014, the French society of anaesthesia and intensive care organized an extensive practical survey in French ambulatory surgery units entitled the "OPERA" study (Organisation periopératoire de l'anesthésie en chirurgie ambulatoire). From among all of the ambulatory surgery centres listed by the Agences régionales de santé (Regional health agencies, France), 206 public and private centres were randomly selected...
October 2017: Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain Medicine
K Slim, A Theissen, M Raucoules-Aimé
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
February 2016: Journal of Visceral Surgery
Philippe Montravers, Hervé Dupont, Marc Leone, Jean-Michel Constantin, Paul-Michel Mertes, Pierre-Francois Laterre, Benoit Misset, Jean-Pierre Bru, Rémy Gauzit, Albert Sotto, Cecile Brigand, Antoine Hamy, Jean-Jacques Tuech
Intra-abdominal infections are one of the most common gastrointestinal emergencies and a leading cause of septic shock. A consensus conference on the management of community-acquired peritonitis was published in 2000. A new consensus as well as new guidelines for less common situations such as peritonitis in paediatrics and healthcare-associated infections had become necessary. The objectives of these Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) were therefore to define the medical and surgical management of community-acquired intra-abdominal infections, define the specificities of intra-abdominal infections in children and describe the management of healthcare-associated infections...
April 2015: Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain Medicine
P Alfonsi, K Slim, M Chauvin, P Mariani, J-L Faucheron, D Fletcher
Early recovery after surgery provides patients with all means to counteract or minimize the deleterious effects of surgery. This concept is suitable for a surgical procedure (e.g., colorectal surgery) and comes in the form of a clinical pathway that covers three periods (pre-, intra- and postoperative). The purpose of this Expert panel guideline is firstly to assess the impact of each parameter usually included in the rehabilitation programs on 6 foreseeable consequences of colorectal surgery: surgical stress, postoperative ileus, water and energy imbalance, postoperative immobility, sleep alterations and postoperative complications; secondly, to validate the usefulness of each as criteria of efficiency criteria for success of rehabilitation programs...
May 2014: Annales Françaises D'anesthèsie et de Rèanimation
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June 2014: Journal of Visceral Surgery
P Alfonsi, K Slim, M Chauvin, P Mariani, J L Faucheron, D Fletcher
Enhanced recovery after surgery provides patients with optimal means to counteract or minimize the deleterious effects of surgery. This concept can be adapted to suit a specific surgical procedure (i.e., colorectal surgery) and comes in the form of a program or a clinical pathway covering the pre-, intra- and postoperative periods. The purpose of these Expert Panel Guidelines was firstly to assess the impact of each parameter typically included in the fast-track programs on six foreseeable consequences of colorectal surgery: surgical stress, postoperative ileus, fluid and electrolyte imbalances, decreased postoperative mobility, sleep disorders and postoperative complications; secondly, to validate the value of each parameter in terms of efficacy criteria for success of rapid rehabilitation programs...
February 2014: Journal of Visceral Surgery
J Y Lazennec, C Laville, B Konel, R Roy-Camille, G Saillant, M P Poloujadoff
Post operative infection in spine surgery is a well known complication. The authors studied a series of 90 patients in accordance with an homogenous strategy based on the excision of necrotic and infected tissues, associated with appropriate antibiotics.The results are analyzed according to the degree of infection (which is based on the type of germs and their associations), and type of patients, the delay in diagnosis and the anatomical extension of the infected lesions.Making a difference between superficial and deep infection is of no therapeutic value and may lead to wrong and inadequate treatment...
May 1996: European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology: Orthopédie Traumatologie
Flavien Prevot, Charles Sabbagh, Jean-Baptiste Deguines, Arnaud Potier, Cyril Cosse, Thierry Yzet, Jean-Marc Regimbeau
INTRODUCTION: The Société Française de Chirurgie Digestive and the American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons recommend a ligation at the origin of the primary feeding vessel for sigmoid cancer to ensure optimal lymphadenectomy. We evaluated the correlation between the level of ligation defined by the surgeon and the real level of ligation visualized on postoperative CT scan. PATIENTS AND METHODS: From December 2004 to August 2010, in a series of 146 patients undergoing colectomy for sigmoid cancer, 51 (19 women) CT measurements (visualization of the left colonic artery (LCA), length of the arterial stump) were performed by a radiologist blinded to operative data...
October 2013: Annals of Anatomy, Anatomischer Anzeiger: Official Organ of the Anatomische Gesellschaft
Antonio Iannelli, Jacques Paineau, Antoine Hamy, Anne-Sophie Schneck, Caroline Schaaf, Jean Gugenheim
BACKGROUND: Bile duct injuries (BDIs) sustained during a cholecystectomy still remain a major surgical problem, and it is still not clear whether the injury should be repaired immediately or a delayed repair is preferred. METHODS: A retrospective national French survey was conducted to compare the results of immediate (at time of cholecystectomy), early (within 45 days after a cholecystectomy) and late (beyond 45 days after a cholecystectomy) surgical repair for BDI sustained during a cholecystectomy...
August 2013: HPB: the Official Journal of the International Hepato Pancreato Biliary Association
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August 2007: Gastroentérologie Clinique et Biologique
G Champault, B Descottes, J-L Dulucq, J-M Fabre, G Fourtanier, B Gayet, H Johanet, G Samama, et al.
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 2006: Annales de Chirurgie
F Peschaud, A Alves, S Berdah, R Kianmanesh, C Laurent, J Y Mabrut, C Mariette, G Meurette, N Pirro, N Veyrie, K Slim et al.
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
January 2006: Journal de Chirurgie
H Duval, F Dumont, E Vibert, D Manaouil, P Verhaeghe, D Fuks, D Bounicaud, M Riboulot, D Chatelain, T Yzet, F Mauvais, B Lapôtre-Ledoux, J-M Regimbeau
INTRODUCTION: Evaluation of outcome after colorectal surgery is always necessary. A new index which permits to appreciate preoperatively postoperative mortality after colorectal resection in colorectal cancer (CRC) and in diverticular disease has been published (i.e., Association Française de Chirurgie, AFC colorectal index). PATIENTS AND METHODS: From November 2002 to July 2004, in-hospital mortality was analysed on 253 patients who underwent colic resection (N = 220, 87%) or rectal resection, with anastomosis (N = 175, 70%)...
January 2006: Annales de Chirurgie
C Mariette, A Alves, S Benoist, F Bretagnol, J Y Mabrut, K Slim et al.
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
January 2005: Journal de Chirurgie
Karen Slim, Yves Panis, Jacques Chipponi
The French Society of Digestive Surgery conducted a survey among its members to assess whether or not the routine practice of gastrointestinal surgery is evidence based. The questionnaire included 13 questions focusing on several aspects of gastrointestinal surgery and for which strong evidence exists. The participants (n = 379) were asked to respond according to their usual practice. The response rate was 75%. Only 57% +/- 15% of the responses were in accordance with the evidence. That rate of evidence-based responses did not differ according to the age of participants but was higher at university hospitals (P = 0...
December 2004: Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery: Official Journal of the Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract
H Worlicek, H Strunk, J Simanowski
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 2003: Ultraschall in der Medizin
Karem Slim, Pierre Chapuis
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
November 2002: ANZ Journal of Surgery
H G Gooszen
On 27 February 1989 the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Gastro-Intestinale Chirurgie [Netherlands Association for Gastrointestinal Surgery] was founded. The aim--improvement of quality by integrating scientific and clinical work--was already formulated 10 years previously by the Gastrointestinal Surgery Working Group. The integration proceeded carefully; the Netherlands Association for Gastrointestinal Surgery began as a chapter of the Association of Surgeons in the Netherlands and as a working group within the Dutch Gastroenterology Association...
June 8, 2002: Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde
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