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MIS in the neonates and children: general considerations

O Reinberg, MD, FMH, EBPS
Epublication WebSurg.com, Jul 2017;17(07). URL: http://websurg.com/doi/lt03en11466

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In this lecture, Dr. Reinberg describes the general principles of minimally invasive surgery in neonates and children. He mentions the consequent effects of insufflation in neonates including hemodynamics, hypercarbia, and hypothermia. He also highlights the main contraindications of MIS in neonates. He looks into new surgical scenarios, instruments, and complications of MIS in neonates.