Bowel Anastomosis - End-to-End Handsewn
This Bowel Anastomosis – End-to-End Handsewn course will teach you:
- How to connect two sides of intestine end to end, handsewn. This can be done either to restore continuity after resection of a diseased part of the bowel or to bypass a diseased part of the bowel that is unresectable.
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during this Bowel Anastomosis – End-to-End Handsewn procedure:
- Poor vascularization of bowel corners
With the following tips you might perform this Bowel Anastomosis – End-to-End Handsewn procedure even better:
- Matching different lumen sizes
- Bowel orientation during suturing
- Bowel turning during suturing
- Two layers anastomosis
After studying this Bowel Anastomosis – End-to-End Handsewn course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- Anastomotic leakage
- Anastomotic stenosis
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Step by step
Small bowel resection
Apply non-crushing clamps to prevent leakage of bowel contents in the abdominal cavity.
Resect the bowel section that needs to be removed.
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