Efficacy of Hyaluronic Acid for Reduction Post-surgical Adhesions Following Experimental Ventral Hernial Repair in Dogs
1Wissam Abdullah Alhayani, Ahmed Sami Jarad, Majid A. Alkhilani, Waleed Hamid Farhan and Khalid Hatem Aljumaily
The point of this research was to assess productivity of hyaluronic acid (HA) for reducing postsurgical adhesions following Observational hernial ventral recovery in dogs. Twelve stable adult dogs were split at random through two equal groups (n=6). In group A(Control), a 3x3 cm of abdominal defect was made In dog's midline abdominal layer and polypropylene mesh reconstruc2on (PP) only, while in group B, , which a 3x3 cm of abdominal defect was made in the midline abdominal wall of dogs and reconstruc2on with PP mesh coated with HA. Clinical outcomes on the basis of post-surgical complica2ons including adhesion forma2on, pain evalua2on and mesh shrinkage after 8 weeks of mesh hernioplasty. The result showed the efficiency of HA for reducing adhesion forma2on with less pain and mesh shrinkage. In conclusions: The PP mesh coated with HA is acceptable and reliable for ventral repair in dogs with less post-surgical adhesion.
Hernia, Hyaluronic Acid, Polypropylene Mesh, Adhesions, Dogs.