Compressive stress

Defining the Relationship Between Compressive Stress and Tissue Trauma During Laparoscopic Surgery Using Human Large Intestine

Defining the Relationship Between Compressive Stress and Tissue Trauma During Laparoscopic Surgery Using Human Large Intestine

Author(s): Amanda Farah Khan, Matthew Kenneth Macdonald, Catherine Streutker, Corwyn Rowsell, James Drake, Teodor Grantcharov
Defining the Relationship Between Compressive Stress and Tissue Trauma During Laparoscopic Surgery Using Human Large Intestine 190 500 IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine (JTEHM)

      Excessive magnitudes of compressive stress exerted on gastrointestinal tissues can lead to pathological scar tissue or adhesion formation, bleeding, inflammation or even death from bowel perforation and sepsis. It…

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