Case-Based Journal Review: Gastroschisis in 2022
January 26, 2023

Dr. José Campos is back, this time helping us review some of the latest literature on the management of gastroschisis in children. In this podcast, we're reviewing a typical case with Dr. Todd Ponsky and incorporating literature from the last few years.

Hosts: Ellen Encisco, Em Tombash and Cecilia Gigena

Chen Y, Zhao J, Alganabi M, Mesas-Burgos C, Eaton S, Wester T, Pierro A. Elective Delivery versus Expectant Management for Gastroschisis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Allin BSR, Opondo C, Kurinczuk JJ, Baird R, Puligandla P, Skarsgard E, Knight M; on behalf of the BAPS-CASS/NETS /CAPSNet/CNN gastroschisis collaborations. Management of Gastroschisis: Results From the NETS2G Study, a Joint British, Irish, and Canadian Prospective Cohort Study of 1268 Infants.

Miyata S, Joharifard S, Trudeau MO, Villeneuve A, Yang J, Bouchard S; Canadian Pediatric Surgery Network (CAPSNet). Tu-be or not tu-be? Is routine endotracheal intubation necessary for successful bedside reduction and primary closure of gastroschisis?

Fraser JD, Deans KJ, Fallat ME, Helmrath MA, Kabre R, Leys CM, Burns RC, Corkum K, Dillon PA, Downard CD, Gadepalli SK, Grabowski JE, Hernandez E, Hirschl RB, Johnson KN, Kohler JE, Landman MP, Landisch RM, Lawrence AE, Mak GZ, Minneci PC, Rymeski B, Sato TT, Scannell M, Slater BJ, Wilkinson KH, Wright TN, St Peter SD; Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium. Sutureless vs sutured abdominal wall closure for gastroschisis: Operative characteristics and early outcomes from the Midwest Pediatric Surgery Consortium.

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