The Executive board of the Italian Society for Endoscopic Surgery (SICE) promoted an update of the first evidence-based Italian Consensus Conference Guidelines 2010 because a large amount of literature has been published in the last 4 years about the topics examined and new relevant issues.Abstract Background The Executive board of the Italian Society for Endoscopic Surgery (SICE) promoted an update of the first evidence-based Italian Consensus Conference Guidelines 2010 because a large amount of literature has been published in the last 4 years about the topics examined and new relevant issues. Methods The scientific committee selected the topics to be addressed: indications to surgical treatment including special conditions (obesity, cirrhosis, diastasis recti abdominis, acute presentation); safety and outcome of intraperitoneal meshes (synthetic and biologic); fixing devices (absorbable/non-absorbable); abdominal border and parastomal hernia; intraoperative and perioperative complications; and recurrent ventral/incisional hernia. All the recommendations are the result of a careful and complete literature review examined with autonomous judgment by the entire panel. The process was supervised by experts in methodology and epidemiology from the most qualified Italian institution. Two external reviewers were designed by the EAES and EHS to guarantee the most objective, transparent, and reliable work. The Oxford hierarchy (OCEBM Levels of Evidence Working Group*. ‘‘The Oxford 2011 Levels of Evidence’’) was used by the panel to grade clinical outcomes according to levels of evidence. The recommendations were based on the grading system suggested by the GRADE working group. Results and Conclusions The availability of recent level 1 evidence (a meta-analysis of 10 RCTs) allowed toGianfranco Silecchia and Fabio Cesare Campanile contributed equally to the preparation and writing of the article.

Laparoscopic ventral/incisional hernia repair. Updated guidelines from the EAES and EHS endorsed Consensus Development Conference / Silecchia, Gianfranco; Campanile, Fabio Cesare; Sanchez, Luis; Ceccarelli, Graziano; Antinori, Armando; Ansaloni, Luca; Olmi, Stefano; Ferrari, Giovanni Carlo; Cuccurullo, Diego; Baccari, Paolo; Agresta, Ferdinando; Vettoretto, Nereo; Piccoli, Micaela. - In: SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY. - ISSN 0930-2794. - STAMPA. - 29:(2015), pp. 2463-2484. [10.1007/s00464-015-4293-8]

Laparoscopic ventral/incisional hernia repair. Updated guidelines from the EAES and EHS endorsed Consensus Development Conference

SILECCHIA, Gianfranco
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CECCARELLI, GRAZIANO
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2015

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The Executive board of the Italian Society for Endoscopic Surgery (SICE) promoted an update of the first evidence-based Italian Consensus Conference Guidelines 2010 because a large amount of literature has been published in the last 4 years about the topics examined and new relevant issues.Abstract Background The Executive board of the Italian Society for Endoscopic Surgery (SICE) promoted an update of the first evidence-based Italian Consensus Conference Guidelines 2010 because a large amount of literature has been published in the last 4 years about the topics examined and new relevant issues. Methods The scientific committee selected the topics to be addressed: indications to surgical treatment including special conditions (obesity, cirrhosis, diastasis recti abdominis, acute presentation); safety and outcome of intraperitoneal meshes (synthetic and biologic); fixing devices (absorbable/non-absorbable); abdominal border and parastomal hernia; intraoperative and perioperative complications; and recurrent ventral/incisional hernia. All the recommendations are the result of a careful and complete literature review examined with autonomous judgment by the entire panel. The process was supervised by experts in methodology and epidemiology from the most qualified Italian institution. Two external reviewers were designed by the EAES and EHS to guarantee the most objective, transparent, and reliable work. The Oxford hierarchy (OCEBM Levels of Evidence Working Group*. ‘‘The Oxford 2011 Levels of Evidence’’) was used by the panel to grade clinical outcomes according to levels of evidence. The recommendations were based on the grading system suggested by the GRADE working group. Results and Conclusions The availability of recent level 1 evidence (a meta-analysis of 10 RCTs) allowed toGianfranco Silecchia and Fabio Cesare Campanile contributed equally to the preparation and writing of the article.
2015
Ventral Hernia, Laparoscopy, consensus conference
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Laparoscopic ventral/incisional hernia repair. Updated guidelines from the EAES and EHS endorsed Consensus Development Conference / Silecchia, Gianfranco; Campanile, Fabio Cesare; Sanchez, Luis; Ceccarelli, Graziano; Antinori, Armando; Ansaloni, Luca; Olmi, Stefano; Ferrari, Giovanni Carlo; Cuccurullo, Diego; Baccari, Paolo; Agresta, Ferdinando; Vettoretto, Nereo; Piccoli, Micaela. - In: SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY. - ISSN 0930-2794. - STAMPA. - 29:(2015), pp. 2463-2484. [10.1007/s00464-015-4293-8]
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