Reparación de hernias paraesofágicas gigantes asistida por robot en un hospital de cuarto nivel en Bogotá, Colombia, Clínica Shaio: serie de casos y revisión de la literatura

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2020

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Cirugia y Cirujanos (English Edition), 0009-7411, Volume 88, Issue 6, 2020, Pages 732-737

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Academic Mexicana de Cirugia

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Background: Giant paraesophageal hernias have a surgical indication in case of symptoms. Since twenty years ago robot-assisted repair was incorporated to overcome the limitations of the laparoscopic surgery, and to offer new advantages. Objective: To report the experience on repairing giant paraesophageal hernias assisted by robot in a fourth level hospital in Bogotá, Colombia, Shaio Clinic. Method: Retrospective and descriptive study of five cases of giant paraesophageal hernia type III or IV, taken to robotic correction during August 2016 to June 2018. Evaluation of post-surgery outcomes. Results: Five paraesophageal robot-assisted repair were performed. Mean surgical time was 146 minutes, one conversion to open surgery, the average intraoperative bleeding was 100 mL, hospital stay time of 2.2 days. Morbidity, mortality and recurrence percentages in the short time were equal to 0%. Conclusions: Robot-assisted repair of giant paraesophageal hernias, has shown advantages that overcome the limitations of the laparoscopic approach such as dissections in difficult-to-reach angles, increased accuracy, ergonomics, three-dimensional, and closer view of the workspace. In addition, robot-assisted repair promotes better surgical and postoperative outcomes; these advantages have been demonstrated mainly in the repair of giant paraesophageal hernias.

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Background: Giant paraesophageal hernias have a surgical indication in case of symptoms. Since twenty years ago robot-assisted repair was incorporated to overcome the limitations of the laparoscopic surgery, and to offer new advantages. Objective: To report the experience on repairing giant paraesophageal hernias assisted by robot in a fourth level hospital in Bogotá, Colombia, Shaio Clinic. Method: Retrospective and descriptive study of five cases of giant paraesophageal hernia type III or IV, taken to robotic correction during August 2016 to June 2018. Evaluation of post-surgery outcomes. Results: Five paraesophageal robot-assisted repair were performed. Mean surgical time was 146 minutes, one conversion to open surgery, the average intraoperative bleeding was 100 mL, hospital stay time of 2.2 days. Morbidity, mortality and recurrence percentages in the short time were equal to 0%. Conclusions: Robot-assisted repair of giant paraesophageal hernias, has shown advantages that overcome the limitations of the laparoscopic approach such as dissections in difficult-to-reach angles, increased accuracy, ergonomics, three-dimensional, and closer view of the workspace. In addition, robot-assisted repair promotes better surgical and postoperative outcomes; these advantages have been demonstrated mainly in the repair of giant paraesophageal hernias. Keywords: Cirugía laparoscópica; Cirugía robótica; Giant paraesophageal hernia; Hernia paraesofágica; Hernia paraesofágica gigante; Laparoscopic surgery; Paraesophageal hernia; Robotic surgery.

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Cirugía laparoscópica, Cirugía robótica, Hernia paraesofágica, Hernia paraesofágica gigante

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Laparoscopic surgery, Robotic surgery, Paraesophageal hernia, Giant paraesophageal hernia

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