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BARACS, József

BARACS, József

senior lecturer

Department of Surgery

Supervisor of the following TDK topics

Supervisor: BARACS, József

The mesh repair of an abdominal wall hernia provides significantly lower recurrence rate, but the biological behavior of the abdominal wall is irreversibly changed. The long term results of mesh implantation are still unknown. The goal of this topic is to measure the biomechanical changes after mesh repair (in vitro) and compare these results retrospectively to non-mesh reconstructions (in vivo).

Supervisor: BARACS, József

the goal of this retrospective clinical investigation is that the long term result of the surgical total mesorectal excision can be equal to neoadjuvant radiotherapy among T2-T3 rectal cancer.

Supervisor: BARACS, József

The proctological diseases causes – hemorrhoids, fissure, rectocele, anal prolapse, stool incontinence – severe challenge for the surgeon and requires many uncomfortable or painful instrumental examinations. The effective treatment of these diseases requires experience and advanced functional approach. Many modern diagnostic and therapeutic procedures were brought to live in the last decade. Compare of new and standard techniques can confirm or degrade the use of new methods.

Supervisor: BARACS, József

Opposite to many Hungarian surgical departments in our clinic the laparoscopic approach of appendectomy is routinely performed. Great numbers of papers allude to the clinical advantage of laparoscopic appendectomy. Retrospective clinical investigation is requisite to compare the short and long term results (related infectious disease and related quality of life) of appendectomies.

Supervisor: BARACS, József

the appearance of surgical site infection (SSI) causes severe challenge for the surgeon. There are many theories to prevent SSI, but none of these were absolutely confirmed. Data show that the preoperatively-given extra protein diet could decrease the presence of SSI more than the antibioticum prophylaxis. Clinical investigation is needed for turning the scale.