Patient Satisfaction / Surgical Wound / Incision / General Surgery
Université de Sherbrooke
While some studies have suggested that subumbilical and transumbilical incisions have a similar clinical efficiency and safety, no study has yet evaluated their respective impact on patient's postoperative aesthetic satisfaction. The objective of this randomised trial is to compare patient's postoperative aesthetic satisfaction depending on the type of incision which is performed during surgeries.
- Procedure: Transumbilical incisionWhile both types of incision were considered equal regarding the potential clinical outcome, the investigators considered the transumbilical incision to be the ''intervention'' and the subumbilical incision to be the ''standard care comparator'' since the transumbilical incision take a few more minutes to be completed.
- Procedure: Subumbilical incisionConsidered here as the ''control'' intervention.
|Ages eligible for Study||18 Years to 70 Years|
|Genders eligible for Study||All|
|Accepts Healthy Volunteers||Accepts Healthy Volunteers|
- Patients 18-70 years old having a planned laparoscopic surgery with an umbilical first trocar at CHUS were included.
- Patients with a BMI > 40 or that had previous abdominal surgeries involving the umbilicus were excluded.
- Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de SherbrookeSherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, J1H 5N4
active not recruiting
31 July, 2014
01 May, 2017