Surgeries on the rectum and anus - trend analysis and detailed look at the specific procedures of all cases reported in German hospitals. (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014)

Surgeries on the rectum and anus - trend analysis and detailed look at the specific procedures of all cases reported in German hospitals. (2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014)

  • January 2016 •
  • 10 pages •
  • Report ID: 3875438 •
  • Format: PDF
This report shows inpatient procedure numbers for surgeries on the rectum and anus reported by all German hospitals between 2006 and 2014.

The report focuses on (1) rectum and (2) anus surgeries. The first part shows procedure numbers for (1) incision on the rectum, (2) local excision and destruction of diseased tissue of the rectum: e.g. loop resection; submucosal dissection; electrocoagulation; photocoagulation; laser coagulation; thermocoagulation; cryocoagulation, (3) rectectomy with preservation of sphincter, (4) rectectomy without preservation of sphincter, (5) reconstruction of the rectum: e.g. plastic reconstruction; closure of the rectum skin fistula; abdominal rectopexy, (6) other rectum surgeries. The second part deals with (1) incision and excision of perianal tissue, (2) surgical treatment of anal fistula: e.g. closure of fistulas by plug, (3) excision and destruction of diseased tissue of the anal canal, (4) surgical treatment of hemorrhoids: e.g. elastic ligatation; sclerosing; excision, (5) sphincterotomy, (6) primary plastic reconstruction with anorectal anomalies: e.g. different variations of posterior sagittal anorectoplasty (PSARP), (7) reconstruction of anus and sphincter e.g. sphincteroplasty; graciloplasty; implantation of artificial bowel sphincter (neosphincter); magnetic sphincter system; hydraulic sphincter system and (8) other operations on the anus. Additional information is provided of the surgeries were conducted peranal, endoscopic or endoscopic - microsurgical.

Over 270 specific procedures are presented.

The report provides a general overview of procedure numbers, plus procedures per 100.000 inhabitants per federal state. Furthermore the “Top 5 performer” - hospitals with the most rectum and anus surgeries - are identified. These data will support strategic business decisions and guide sales activities.