Bowel Anastomosis - End to Side Handsewn
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Small Intestine End Closing

Small intestine

Transect

Transect the small intestine using a stapling device.

Small intestine transection

Transection may alternatively be performed with a scalpel. In this case it is advised to position three non-crushing clamps onto the small intestine before transection. Two on the end bowel so that the most distal one can be removed to make way for the suture row to close this end.

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