Die videoendoskopische Gefäßchirurgie in der Beckenetage im Tierversuch: Einführung einer neuen Operationsmethode und Entwicklung von laparoskopisch-gefäßchirurgischen Instrumenten
Videoendoscopic Vascular Surgery at the Pelvic Level in Animal Tests: Introduction of a New Surgical Method and Development of Laparoscopic Vascular Surgical Instruments
In order to avoid the perioperative complications following conventional surgical treatment of aortoiliac atherosclerotic occlusive disease, taking advantage of the generally favourable postoperative recovery after endoscopic surgery, a new concept of videoendoscopic vascular surgery and new instruments have been developed. Thus a standardized study on human cadavers and piglets was performed successfully finally enabling us to cary out two aortobifemoral arterial bypasses on two patients with iliac occlusive diseases. Even though it was possible to perform the endoscopic vascular method according to the rules of conventional vascular surgery, further experimental research and refinement of endoscopic instruments are still needed to optimize the new surgical method.
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