WO1997022310A2 - Myopectineal and abdominal hernioprosthesis with self-unfolding device - Google Patents

Myopectineal and abdominal hernioprosthesis with self-unfolding device Download PDF

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WO1997022310A2
WO1997022310A2 PCT/MX1996/000020 MX9600020W WO9722310A2 WO 1997022310 A2 WO1997022310 A2 WO 1997022310A2 MX 9600020 W MX9600020 W MX 9600020W WO 9722310 A2 WO9722310 A2 WO 9722310A2
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Neftalí RANGEL GONZALEZ
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61FFILTERS IMPLANTABLE INTO BLOOD VESSELS; PROSTHESES; DEVICES PROVIDING PATENCY TO, OR PREVENTING COLLAPSING OF, TUBULAR STRUCTURES OF THE BODY, e.g. STENTS; ORTHOPAEDIC, NURSING OR CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES; FOMENTATION; TREATMENT OR PROTECTION OF EYES OR EARS; BANDAGES, DRESSINGS OR ABSORBENT PADS; FIRST-AID KITS
    • A61F2/00Filters implantable into blood vessels; Prostheses, i.e. artificial substitutes or replacements for parts of the body; Appliances for connecting them with the body; Devices providing patency to, or preventing collapsing of, tubular structures of the body, e.g. stents
    • A61F2/0063Implantable repair or support meshes, e.g. hernia meshes

Abstract

The invention relates to a synthetic prosthesis with improved design intended to be used as a deep reinforcement of the tissues in the surgical treatment of hernias formed in the myopectineal orifices and in other areas of the abdominal wall. The prosthatic sheets used in the prior art for this purpose are thin sheets fabricated with various polymers. They are very flexible and consequently cause many difficulties during the surgical operation (particularly when it is necessary to use a small incision, for example by laparoscopy), in placing and unfolding the sheet, having to use many stitches or staples in order to maintain the sheet unfolded and to avoid its creeping. The invention comprises the integration of two parts into a prosthetic unit: a flexible sheet and a self-unfolding structural device which may have either the shape of an arc or the shape of a ring, both parts being fabricated with various materials; the self-unfolding device provides a peripheral consistency to the sheet, the latter still keeping its flexibility; thus, it is possible to adapt said sheet to the tissues, which simplifies the positioning, and its unfolding is automatic since there is no obstacle and, as a consequence, the use of stitches or staples for fixing the sheet to the tissues is avoided or minimized; the sliding of the sheet through the hernial orifice is impeded, because the sheet is held permanently unfolded. Consequently, surgical risks, costs and means are reduced.

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DESCRIPTION "HERNIOPROTESIS MIOPECTINEAL AND ABDOMINAL DEVICE

AUTODESPLEGANTE "The utility of using synthetic prosthetic meshes or sheets in - the surgical treatment of hernias of the abdominal wall is well - proven These prostheses are manufactured in various polymers. - - -

(Polypropylene, polyester, polytetrafluoroethylene, etc.). Have - common characteristic of being very flexible, allowing them to adapt to - the tissues but generates numerous difficulties during the operation - - implementation: 1) makes difficult maneuvers to place the sheet and - - - deploy, 2) this forcing use further numerous sutures or - - - staples to keep deployed and 3) prevent sliding, - - - - - - consequently 4) increases the risk of surgery to the patient, 5) - operative and 6 time) expenditures means. All these difficulties are magnified when the prosthesis needs to be placed behind the wall - - - - aponeurotic abdominis, situation in which the procedure - performed by an opening of relatively small size (following the - - hernial orifice, or by tube approach using the method - - laparoscopic surgery) and also for this reason, the sheet has to be - folded and then deployed at the site of implantation which makes it difficult even more so. The device miopectineal and abdominal hernioprótesis - - - autodesplegante allow overcoming these difficulties.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION The improved prosthesis is characterized by forming a unit - two parts, one part web or sheet and a structure or device - - - - autodesplegante that can take two forms: 1) a bow or 2) a ring . The - laminar part is a thin flexible sheet that can be processed in - various materials, for example polypropylene, polyester, etc., or combinations of materials and be waterproof multiporous texture or mesh (to in figures one and two) type. The structural part is a thin - - device (the arc or the ring) that can be processed in various materials, for example polypropylene, polyethylene, etc., or combination of - - materials and even absorbable materials, so that it can be achieved - flexibility, semi-rigidity and elasticity in the device - - - structural for desplegante effect on the sheet.

The unit is structured by an arc called hernioprótesis - - - miopectineal with autodesplegante arc. In a front view of the unit - (figure one), the arc (b in Fig one) shows two curved branches with - its concavity inward bow, a long branch higher (c in - - Figure one) and lower short branch (d in Fig one) which - - - gradually decrease its width and thickness towards their ends. Seen - cutting the arc-shaped spindle or elliptical and rounded edges, in the - - - - front surface sheet is incorporated or the arch structure within the thickness of the sheet (box and a 'in Figure one, this Finally - - - exemplified in no multiporous sheet). Figure one shows an example - Clear miopectineal hernioprótesis unit autodesplegante arc, but are not marked measures as the length, width and thickness - arc, and therefore the size of the unit, change due to the different needs goals and still use the differences in the physical properties of various materials with which it is - - - possible to achieve the appropriate bow and unit features. For the same reasons the blade protrudes from the outer edge of the arc and - from the opening in variable length (eye 'in Fig one). These - two parts of the unit, the sheet or pull-down part and the arc or desplegante hand, are structured each other as has - in Figure one, bonded together when they were made of different materials (eg polyester sheet and polypropylene arc, etc.), or as a continuous unit arc with the blade when - - they were made at the same time and in the same material (both - - polypropylene for example), as presented in figure one.

The unit is structured by a ring called hernioprótesis - - abdominal with autodesplegante ring. In a front view of the unit - - - (figure two), the ring (b in the figure two) is shown as elliptical, and - has the same characteristics described above for the arc seen to cut, but the width and thickness are uniform throughout the hoop and - planoconvex shape or elliptical (byb boxes' in figure two). Figure two shows an example of the unit, but are not marked measures because the perimeter length, width and thickness of the ring, and therefore the size of the whole unit, change because of the different needs in the objectives of use and still differences in the physical properties of the materials with which it is - - possible to obtain the appropriate hoop and drive characteristics, and thus the ring may be elliptical with major or minor difference in - - - length of their semi-axes, or be in a circle. For these same reasons - sheet protrudes from the outer edge of the ring variable length (c in the figure two). These two parts of the unit, the sheet or part - deployable ring or desplegante part, are structured each ot.ro - as shown in figure two. bonded together when they were - made of different materials (such as polyester sheet and polypropylene ring, etc.), or structuring the ring into the - - Sheet thickness (b and b boxes' in figure two, this Finally - exemplified not multiporous sheet), or as a continuous drive loop with the sheet when they were manufactured at the same time and in the same - - the material (both in polypropylene for example), as presented in - - figure two .

The miopectineal and abdominal hernioprótesis with device - - - - - autodesplegante, the arc or the ring, are designed for use as deep tissue reinforcement in the surgical treatment - - - hernias developed in the abdominal wall, the miopectineal hernioprótesis autodesplegante arc hernia of miopectineales hole - - - (inguinal-femoral regions of the abdominal wall) and hernioprótesis - - abdominal with autodesplegante ring for ot.ro type wall hernias - - abdominal. The objectives of use is similar to any other - prostheses: strengthen the weakened area (site of hernial defect). No - however, these new prostheses are designed for other purposes - - cumpliiento additional targets which gives the advantages of the - - current prosthesis. One is that, whatever the type of hernia repair, while making possible to achieve a broad reinforcement beyond the area - - - defective (the miopectineales holes have a high risk of developing hernias) (plus one). This is appropriate for an exclusive design - prosthetic units for easy placement in the preperitoneal plane. The second objective is the simplification of procedures - - - - - placement, whatever it was the type of approach (traditional or - - - Laparoscopy), currently difficult using prosthesis or mesh - common, as it is to deploy the unit in the preperitoneal plane and in the need for addressing it is small where the advantages of using - 'of hernioprótesis are more evident. These advantages are the - - presence and properties autodesplegante device, the arc or the ring, allowing the unit to return to its original shape facilitating the folding / rolling-unfolding process, constantly keeping the sheet in this condition, to implement prosthetic unit, being free of obstacles to "release" is automatically displayed (plus three). Likewise, to exceed the limits of the weakened area, the arc or the ring - - - is supported by the firm parts of the adjacent wall at that area, preventing sliding of the unit through the hernial defect which would - unnecessary - or minimized using staples or sutures for attaching to the - tissues (plus four).

Using these new prosthesis would bring greater benefits obvious - than those obtained with ordinary prosthetic leaflets: technical advantages - in reducing potential surgical risks to which they are subjected - in patients and reduce costs in materials and resources. Additionally, - encourage obtaining better results in the operation of this type of hernias with the use of prosthetic reinforcement, to simplify a - - - - - - procedure currently difficult, which orient toward the placement of the prosthesis in the preperitoneum ensuring coverage - - complete and comprehensive the hernial, further defect, the fibrous reaction caused by the material (and the risk of this reaction) occurs behind the movable structures in the region.

Finally, since the two regions inguinofemorales -two holes - miopectineales- (right and left), it is easy to understand that miopectineal hernioprótesis with autodesplegante arc described is - - intended for the respective right region requires laterally exactly the inverse model shown in figure one without - further modification to the left.

Claims

NOVELTY OF THE INVENTION CLAIMS Having described my invention sufficiently, consider as a - - novelty and therefore claim as my exclusive property, the content in the following clauses:
1. Improvement in the design of prostheses used as a deep tissue reinforcement in the surgical treatment of hernias formed in miopectineales holes and the abdominal wall, characterized by - - - integrated as a prosthetic unit two parts : (a) a flexible sheet, the - which can be processed into various materials, polypropylene, polyester, - - and so on, or in combination of materials, having a texture - - multiporous mesh or waterproof type, and (b) a structural part or - - autodesplegante device that can be in two forms, an arc (b in - figure one) or a ring (b in the figure two), the two can be made of various materials, polypropylene, polyethylene, etc., also in - - - combination of materials, or in absorbable materials. Sheet and autodesplegante device (the arc or the ring) are adhered together when they were made of different material (eg, sheet polyester and autodesplegante device polypropylene, etc.), or - - - - structuring the device autodesplegante within the thickness of the sheet, or as a continuous unit and the sheet autodesplegante device - when they were manufactured at the same time and same material (- - - eg, polypropylene in two, etc.). Prosthetic unit in which the sheet is structured with a bow, is called hernioprótesis - - - - - miopectineal with autodesplegante arc; seen from the front bow has a - long branch higher (c in Fig one) and a short lower limb (d in Fig one) with the thickness and width decreasing towards its ends, seen - to cut the arc has or shape plane -convexa ellipsoidal or (boxes and a 'in Fig one). Prosthetic unit in which the sheet is structured - with a hoop, is called abdominal hernioprótesis with autodesplegante ring (figure two); the ring has been cut or shaped plano-convex or - - ellipsoidal, width and thickness are uniform throughout its length (b and b '- in figure two). In both units, various needs of use and differences in materials that can be processed, make - - - necessary various sizes autodesplegantes devices and - units, also by varying the length of the blade protruding from the - autodesplegantes outside of devices in each case edge reasons - by non marked measures in figures one and two. The blade and the device can be processed autodesplegante adhered to each other, or by structuring the device into the thickness of the sheet or in continuous unit to each other.
2.- Improvement characterized prosthetic element autodesplegante single device, which can be in two forms: a bow (b in Fig one) or a ring (b in the figure two), optionally assemblable -each one- an ordinary sheet using various means. In a front view bow - has a long upper arm (c in Fig one) and a short branch - - - - Bottom (d in Fig one), has been cut or plano-convex shape or ellipsoidal well with blunt edges, decreasing the width and thickness towards their ends. The ring has been cut or a plano-convex or ellipsoidal well with uniform thickness and width throughout its extension form - - (boxes B and B 1 in the figure two). The arch and the ring can be manufactured in various materials, polypropylene, polyethylene, etc., or in combination of materials, also in absorbable materials; various - - needs uses and materials that can be manufactured both - - autodesplegantes devices make various possible sizes of - them, for these reasons are not marked measures arch and the ring - - in figures one and two respectively; They make the same reasons - - forms the hoop is in various ellipses to circulate.
3. Both improvements described and claimed in clauses one and two, - concerning the miopectineal hernioprótesis unit autodesplegante arc and arc desplegante prosthetic element individually, are well designed for use in miopectineales holes on the right side, an exactly inverse laterally to the one shown in figure, both the unit - - as the individual element mentioned above, without further modification, are required for miopectinealeε holes left.
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