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This study is designed to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the device while reducing the amount of drainage from surgical wounds following large flap surgical procedures, in this case abdominoplasty, as compared to the standard of care (closure techniques). It is hypothesized that the use of the Cohera device will facilitate reduction or closure of dead space when applied to planar surfaces created during an abdominoplasty procedure.
Abdominoplasty is one of the most popular body-contouring procedures, yet it is also among the most hazardous aesthetic procedures currently performed. It was shown, in many studies, to be associated with a significant complication rate, some of which are life-threatening. This study describes the investigators experience with a series of abdominoplasties performed under epidural anesthesia. Outcomes are presented, especially in terms of complication, and the practical advantages of this method are discussed.
A blinded, prospective, randomized trial in 40 abdominoplasty cases at three sites to study the safety and the preliminary efficacy of TissuGlu®, a novel surgical adhesive, in the management of wound drainage during abdominoplasty procedures.
The Megadyne Ace™ Incision/ Dissection study is a post market, prospective assessment of the E-Z Clean ACE electrosurgical electrodes using the ACE Blade in the ACE Mode for targeted procedures such as abdominoplasty, bilateral breast reduction, bilateral breast lifts, bilateral brachioplasty, bilateral lateral thigh and buttocks lifts, or any combination thereof.
This study will: Evaluate the in vivo effects of treatment with eMatrixCO2 and to determine the dynamics of their development over time following treatment.