Loop Ileostomy Reversal - Stapled
This Loop Ileostomy Reversal – Stapled course will teach you:
- To reverse a loop ileostomy and create a stapled side to side anastomosis.
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during the Loop Ileostomy Reversal – Stapled:
- Ileum injury
- Interrupted stapling and impaired vascularization
- Damage to created anastomosis
With the following tips you might perform the Loop Ileostomy Reversal – Stapled even better:
- Traction during incision
- Confirmation of isolation
- Transection of attachments to ileum
- Introduction of the stapling device
- Extra suture row and stay sutures
- Covering the anastomosis
- Purse-string suture
After studying this Loop Ileostomy Reversal – Stapled course you are familiar with the most common complications:
- Anastomotic leakage
- Anastomotic stenosis
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Open Loop Ileostomy
Step by step
Ileal loop isolation
Incise the skin on the border with the ileal loops to free these loops.
Closing afferent loop
It is advised to close the afferent loop prior to covering the patient to prevent intestinal spillige during the procedure.
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