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​Novus Scientific to showcase TIGR® Matrix and present supporting evidence at the First World Conference on Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgery, Milan, April 25-29, 2015

News   •  Apr 24, 2015 17:55 GMT

MILAN, April 24, 2015: Novus Scientific, an innovator in the development and commercialization of resorbable synthetic polymer medical devices and creator of TIGR® Matrix Surgical Mesh, will be exhibiting at the First World Conference on Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgery. The scientific symposium addresses technical advances in the complex area of Abdominal Wall Surgery. Medical and health-economic evidence supporting the clinical use of TIGR® Matrix will be presented in the following oral and poster sessions:

IMPROVING VALUE-BASED OUTCOMES FOR ABDOMINAL WALL RECONSTRUCTION

B. Ramshaw

Advanced Hernia Solutions, Daytona Beach (USA)

PRESENTATION: Monday 10:00-11:30, Hall Blue

SHORT-TERM OUTCOME AFTER EMERGENCY STOMA FORMATION USING A SYNTHETIC SLOWLY RESORBABLE MESH FOR PREVENTION OF PARASTOMAL HERNIA

A. Lykke, LN. Jorgensen, T. Mynster

Digestive Disease Center, Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen (DENMARK)

POSTER: PO:37

PAIN AND HERNIA RECURRENCES AT 3 YEAR FOLLOW UP AFTER LICHTENSTEIN’S HERNIA REPAIR WITH LONG-TERM RESORBABLE MESH

F. Ruiz-Jasbon, K. Ticehurst, J. Norrby, J. Ahonen, M-L. Ivarsson

Department of Surgery, Halland’s Hospital, Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg (SWEDEN)

POSTER: PO: 108

A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL COMPARING TIGR® MATRIX SURGICAL MESH AND PROLENE® MESH IN RECTUS SHEATH REPAIR FOLLOWING PEDICLED TRAM FLAP SURGERY FOR BREAST RECONSTRUCTION

Y. Yap, HJ. Lee, V. Nallathamby, WC. Ong, J. Lim, TC. Lim

National University Hospital, Division of Plastic Reconstructive, Aesthetic Surgery, Singapore (SINGAPORE)

POSTER: Wednesday 9:10-11:30, Hall Yellow 1+2

PROPHYLACTIC REINFORCEMENT OF MIDLINE INCISIONS USING TIGR MATRIX®

H. Strömberg (1), H. Matheme (2), P. Hellman (3), G. Sandblom (4)

(1) Capio St Görans Hospital, Stockholm (SWEDEN), (2) Uppsala Cancer Clinic, Uppsala (SWEDEN), (3) Uppsala University, Uppsala (SWEDEN), (4) Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm (SWEDEN)

POSTER: PO:34