Surgical Technique for TachoSil® Use in Bariatric Surgery for Sufficient Hemostasis and Sealing in MIS Roux-en Y Gastric Bypass Procedure

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Bariatric surgery

Case description

Surgical technique on a bariatric patient with BMI of 49 with comorbidities. After gastric pouch creation, creation of biliopancreatic limb, jejunojejunostomy creation and creation of gastrojejunostomy, the beneficial use of a hemostat & sealant patch is demonstarted to save OR time, reduce potential post-op complications and prevent from further leakage.

tags: bariatric surgery suture support Hemostasis sealing collagen matrix dual patch Roux-en-y gastric bypass gastric pouch biliopancreatic limb jejunojejunostomy gastrojejunostomy MIS intestinal anastomosis staple line support diffuse bleeding oozing secondary haemostasis Gastric Bypass Procedure surgical technique video surgical video case TachoSil corza medical bariatric surgery training Roux-en Y technique pouch creation jejunojejunostomy creation sealant patch leakage prevention surgical education eLearning bariatric surgery

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