Studien belegen Vorteile der titanisierten Netzimplantate

BiokompatibilitätScheidbach, H., et al., Influence of titanium coating on the biocompatibility of a heavyweight polypropylene mesh. An animal experimental model. Eur Surg. Res., 2004. 36(5): p. 313-317.
Schopf, S., et al., Chronic pain after laparoscopic transabdominal preperitoneal hernia repair: a randomized comparison of light and extralight titanized polypropylene mesh. World J Surg., 2011. 35(2): p. 302-310.
Babichenko, II, et al., The influence of titanium coating of mesh polypropylene endoprostheses on their biocompatibility. Cell and Tissue Biology, 2016. 10(4): p. 332-339.
Besseres ZellwachstumLehle, K., et al., Verbesserung des Langzeitverhaltens von textilen Implantaten und anderen Biomaterialien auf Kunststofbasis durch plasmaaktivierte chemische Gasphasenabscheidung (PACVD), in Abschlußbericht: Bayerischer Forschungsverbund Biomaterialien, Bayerischer Forschungsverbund Biomaterialien, Editor. 2003. p. 149-173.
Geringere EntzündungsreaktionScheidbach, H., et al., In vivo studies comparing the biocompatibility of various polypropylene meshes and their handling properties during endoscopic total extraperitoneal (TEP) patchplasty: an experimental study in pigs. Surg Endosc., 2004. 18(2): p. 211-220.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., Fibrin sealant (Tisseel) for hiatal mesh fixation in an experimental model in pigs. J Surg.Res, 2010. 162(1): p. 68-74.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., The feasibility of FS mesh fixation by a transgastric approach - an important benefit in future NOTES procedures? J Surg.Res, 2011. 171(1): p. 80-86.
Weniger NarbenbildungScheidbach, H., et al., Influence of titanium coating on the biocompatibility of a heavyweight polypropylene mesh. An animal experimental model. Eur Surg.Res., 2004. 36(5): p. 313-317.
Geringere NetzschrumpfungScheidbach, H., et al., In vivo studies comparing the biocompatibility of various polypropylene meshes and their handling properties during endoscopic total extraperitoneal (TEP) patchplasty: an experimental study in pigs. Surg Endosc., 2004. 18(2): p. 211-220.
Schug-Pass, C., et al., A lightweight polypropylene mesh (TiMesh) for laparoscopic intraperitoneal repair of abdominal wall hernias: comparison of biocompatibility with the DualMesh in an experimental study using the porcine model. Surg.Endosc., 2006. 20(3): p. 402-409.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., Fibrin sealant (Tisseel) for hiatal mesh fixation in an experimental model in pigs. J Surg.Res, 2010. 162(1): p. 68-74.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., The feasibility of FS mesh fixation by a transgastric approach - an important benefit in future NOTES procedures? J Surg.Res, 2011. 171(1): p. 80-86.
Weniger FremdkörpergefühlHorstmann, R., et al., Impact of polypropylene amount on functional outcome and quality of life after inguinal hernia repair by the TAPP procedure using pure, mixed, and titanium-coated meshes. World J Surg., 2006. 30(9): p. 1742-1749.
Geringerer postoperativer SchmerzHorstmann, R., et al., Impact of polypropylene amount on functional outcome and quality of life after inguinal hernia repair by the TAPP procedure using pure, mixed, and titanium-coated meshes. World J Surg., 2006. 30(9): p. 1742-1749.
Tamme, C., et al., Totally extraperitoneal inguinal hernioplasty with titanium-coated lightweight polypropylene mesh: early results. Surg Endosc., 2005. 19(8): p. 1125-1129.
Schopf, S., et al., Chronic pain after laparoscopic transabdominal preperitoneal hernia repair: a randomized comparison of light and extralight titanized polypropylene mesh. World J Surg., 2011. 35(2): p. 302-310.
RekonvaleszenzKoch, A., et al., Randomized clinical trial of groin hernia repair with titanium-coated lightweight mesh compared with standard polypropylene mesh. Br.J.Surg., 2008. 95(10): p. 1226-1231.
Intraperitoneale AnwendbarkeitSchug-Pass, C., et al., A lightweight polypropylene mesh (TiMesh) for laparoscopic intraperitoneal repair of abdominal wall hernias: comparison of biocompatibility with the DualMesh in an experimental study using the porcine model. Surg.Endosc., 2006. 20(3): p. 402-409.
Schug-Pass, C., et al., Fixation of mesh to the peritoneum using a fibrin glue: investigations with a biomechanical model and an experimental laparoscopic porcine model. Surg.Endosc., 2009. 23(12): p. 2809-2815.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., Fibrin sealant (Tisseel) for hiatal mesh fixation in an experimental model in pigs. J Surg.Res, 2010. 162(1): p. 68-74.
Fortelny, R.H., et al., The feasibility of FS mesh fixation by a transgastric approach - an important benefit in future NOTES procedures? J Surg.Res, 2011. 171(1): p. 80-86.
Moreno-Egea, A., et al., Randomized clinical trial of laparoscopic hernia repair comparing titanium-coated lightweight mesh and medium-weight composite mesh. Surg Endosc, 2013. 27(1): p. 231-239.
Moreno-Egea, A., et al., Which should be the gold standard laparoscopic technique for handling Spigelian hernias? Surg Endosc, 2015. 29(4): p. 856-862.