The Integrative Hernioplasty

None-Mesh Hernia Repair

Taipei Hernia Center developed the new minimally invasive hernia surgery, named as “The Integrative Hernioplasty”. combines the advantages of various surgical methods, creating a new method for groin reconstruction. Mostly without mesh, using the natural tissue reconstruction of the patient, the muscle group of the inguinal wall is moderately reinforced and integrated. The surrounding tissue is integrated and recovered to become a part of muscle group of the whole abdominal wall, so that the muscle group of the abdominal wall of the entire trunk will recover and become a fully functional unit with no weak spots during future exertion and exercise.

When treating inguinal hernia in adult male (age over 25), abdominal wall reconstruction is inevitable. We most often perform our new minimally invasive surgery, which is a hybrid of different repair techniques, taking only from each method’s advantages to reconstruct the inguinal canal. The repair strengthens the abdominal wall by overlapping and securing muscular layers, using the patient’s natural tissue. Once the weakness is repaired, future pressure on the tissue in the belly wall will not lead to a hernia.

This procedure is very much like building a house:

Soil preparation Opening the abdomen and checking the abdominal wall. Search thoroughly for all weak spots in the area.
Laying the foundation The pubis periosteum provides an anchor for suture placement, supporting the entire structure of the abdominal wall.
Setting up pillars The running suture starts at the level of the pubis periosteum and go upwards to sew the muscle back together in an overlapping manner.
Building walls Uniting the muscular and fascial layers to reinforce this section of the abdominal wall.
Building the roof Strengthening the inguinal ring which is located at the entrance to the inguinal canal. This is to avoid recurrent hernia from happening due to an enlarged inguinal ring.
Soil
preparation
Opening the abdomen and
checking the abdominal
wall. Search thoroughly for
all weak spots in the area.
Laying the
foundation
The pubis periosteum
provides an anchor for
suture placement,
supporting the entire
structure of the
abdominal wall.
Setting
up pillars
The running suture starts
at the level of the pubis
periosteum and go upwards
to sew the muscle back
together in an overlapping
manner.
Building
walls
Uniting the muscular and
fascial layers to reinforce
this section of the abdominal
wall.
Building
the roof
Strengthening the inguinal
ring which is located at the
entrance to the inguinal canal.
This is to avoid recurrent
hernia from happening due to
an enlarged inguinal ring.

The special features of our Integrative Hernioplasty:

  1. Low recurrence rate
  2. Very safe
  3. Small incision, fast recovery
  4. Non-mesh used

Using state-of-the-art equipment, minimally invasive surgery can be accomplished through a much smaller incision, measuring 2~3cm, compared with the 5~10cm incision used in traditional surgery. Patients can, therefore, enjoy the following benefits:

  1. Reducing tissue damage and postoperative pain.
  2. Reducing the size of the incisions and damages to the nerves in the skin as well as near the surface of the skin; avoiding numbness in the epidermis after surgery.
  3. Preventing wound and genital swelling after surgery.
  4. Avoiding wound infection.
  5. Minimizing scars and bulging.

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