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Can a novel, temporary, and fully resorbable surgical implant improve the outcome of common hockey and soccer injuries?

Can a novel, temporary, and fully resorbable surgical implant improve the outcome of common hockey and soccer injuries?

UPPSALA, Sweden, April 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Researchers of the Erasmus University Medical Center in Rotterdam − the Netherlands, consider that the synthetic and fully resorbable TIGR® Matrix surgical mesh (Novus Scientific AB, Uppsala − Sweden) may reduce frequent risks related to the surgical repair of Sportsman’s hernia.

Can a novel, temporary, and fully resorbable surgical implant improve the outcome of common hockey and soccer injuries?
Erasmus University MC investigating a new surgical matrix to reduce post-operative complications

Erasmus University MC investigating a new surgical matrix to reduce post-operative complications

The synthetic and fully resorbable TIGR®Matrix surgical mesh (Novus Scientific AB, Uppsala − Sweden) might be an interesting candidate for the prevention of complications frequently observed with permanent mesh placement, according to Professor Johan Lange of the Erasmus University in Rotterdam − the Netherlands.

Erasmus University MC investigating a new surgical matrix to reduce post-operative complications
TIGR®Matrix shows promising results when used for incisional hernia prevention in septic patients undergoing laparoscopy

TIGR®Matrix shows promising results when used for incisional hernia prevention in septic patients undergoing laparoscopy

Onlay mesh placement of the synthetic and fully resorbable TIGR®Matrix surgical mesh (Novus Scientific AB, Uppsala — Sweden) for the prevention of incisional hernia in septic patients undergoing emergency laparoscopy showed encouraging efficacy and safety in a small retrospective study, as presented during the XXVIII Waterford Surgical October Club Meeting.

TIGR®Matrix shows promising results when used for incisional hernia prevention in septic patients undergoing laparoscopy
Fully resorbable synthetic matrix offers improved safety for breast cancer patients undergoing immediate breast reconstruction

Fully resorbable synthetic matrix offers improved safety for breast cancer patients undergoing immediate breast reconstruction

UPPSALA, Sweden, Nov. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Using the synthetic and fully resorbable TIGR®Matrix surgical mesh (Novus Scientific AB, Uppsala — Sweden) improves the outcome in breast cancer patients undergoing immediate reconstruction, as published in the Journal of Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery.

Fully resorbable synthetic matrix offers improved safety for breast cancer patients undergoing immediate breast reconstruction