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Artificial Options for the treatment of faecal incontinence. M62 Course 2004 Norman S Williams. Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry. Sacral Neuromodulation. Peripheral Nerve Evaluation (PNE TEST)

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Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Artificial Options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

M62 Course

2004

Norman S Williams


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Sacral Neuromodulation

  • Peripheral Nerve Evaluation

  • (PNE TEST)

  • Acute Phase to test the functional relevance and integrity of each sacral spinal nerve to striated anal sphincter function

  • Subchronic Phase to assess the therapeutic potential of sacral spinal nerve stimulation in individual patients


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

PNE TEST (Acute Phase)

Materials

Long Screener cable

Ground Pad (+)

screener

Patient Cable

Foramen needle

03- +


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Sacral Nerve Stimulation

(SNS)

S2 S3 S4

Percutaneous nerve evaluation (PNE)

If 50% improvement, proceed to

implantation of stimulator


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

SNS

Results

Matzel et al (1995)n = 3

All improved

Vaizey et al (1999)n = 9

Success in 8 after one week PNE


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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SNS

Results

Malouf et al (2000)

Permanent implantationn = 5

Median follow up 16 months

Incontinence episodes

BeforeAfter

18.21.6

Range 2-58Range 0-8


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Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

SNS Results

Kenefick et al (2002)

Permanent implantationn = 15

Median follow up 24 months

Incontinence episodes

BeforeAfter

110

Range 2-30Range 0-8


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Endo-anal Ultrasonography

  • Normal Anatomy (midanal canal)

EAS

IAS

Female

Male


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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Artificial Bowel Sphincter (ABS)

Results

Lehur et al (2000) - 3-Centre Study

n = 24

7 explanted17 remained

Cuff rupturen = 4

Pump failuren = 1

Relocation of cuffn = 1

75% success


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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ABS

Results

Malouf et al, Lancet 2000

18 implants

12 removals

Sepsisn = 7

Erosionn = 2

Poor wound healingn = 1

Rectal obstructionn = 1

Psychological problemn = 1

33% success at mean 20 months


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Gracilis Transposition without Stimulation

Author Year n Excellent/ Fair Poor

Good

Corman 1985 14 7 4 3

Leguit 1985 10 7 2 1

Williams Not 9 0 1 8

published


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Striated Muscle Fibres

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Type 1 Type 2

ActivityPhasic Tonic

Contraction timeFast Slow

Fusion frequency25Hz 10 Hz

Fatigue resistanceLow High

MetabolismAnaerobic Aerobic

ATPase Ph 10.4High Low

Ph 4.4Low High


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

ABS

Results

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O’Brien et al 1999n = 13

3 explants10 successful

Dodi et al 2000n = 8

2 explants6 successful

Lehur et al 2000n = 16

4 explants10 of 11 successful


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Intramuscular Stimulation

Multicentre Trial

Madoff et al 1999

n = 139

85 of 128 patients (66%) – success

Aquired faecal incontinence 71%

Congenital faecal incontinence 50%

Total anorectal reconstruction 66%


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

Intramuscular Multicentre Trial

Complications

Madoff et al 1999

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

n=28

Major wound complications 41(32)

Minor wound complications 37(29)

Pain 28(22)

Device/stimulation problems 14(11)

Tendon development 4(3)

Other 14(11)

Total 138


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The RLH and NSCAG Funding

  • 1997

  • Funding for Supra-Regional Unit

  • Assess end stage FI / APER

  • Treat with ESGN


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

National Specialist Commissioning Advisory Group (NSCAG)

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

  • Improve access to uncommon services

  • Prevent proliferation of centres - maintain

  • high levels of expertise

  • Financial support rare/expensive

  • treatments


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All Neosphincter PatientsNHS & NSCAG

107 cases

65 (60%) 1988 - 1997

42 (40%) 1997 - Feb 2002


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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Influence of CDU on morbidity


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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Influence of CDU on functional outcome


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Possible Causes for Improvement

  • Better patient selection

  • Multidisciplinary team /dedicated

  • staff

  • Purpose built equipment

  • Greater experience


Malone et al 1991

Malone et al 1991


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ACE

  • Appendicostomy

  • Ileocaecostomy

  • Colonic conduit

  • Caecostomy tube or button


Results of combination of colonic conduit and esgn for tar

Academic Department of Surgery - Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry

Results of combination of colonic conduit and ESGN for TAR

  • 1994-1999 Follow up median 53 months (range 7-98)

  • n=16 patients

  • 8 (50%) success, 7 of whom continent for solids and liquids

  • End stoma fashioned in 6 (38%)


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SEVERE RECTAL URGENCY


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Prolonged Ambulatory Manometry

Upper Rectum

Rectum

Anal Canal

High amplitude contractions (> 60mmHg) : 5/hour

(70% associated with symptoms of urgency)


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Small bowel mesentery

Caecum

Ileum


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Rectal Augmentation Operation

GIA Stapler

Rectum

Ileum

Anal canal


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UR

200

P (mmHg)

PRE-OP

0

200

MR

P (mmHg)

Daytime Rectal

Activity

0

UR

200

P (mmHg)

POST-OP

0

200

MR

P (mmHg)

0


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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Patient Selection

Faecal Urgency

Rectal compliance

Rectal sensory thresholds

High amplitude rectal pressure waves


Artificial options for the treatment of faecal incontinence

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  • Rectal Augmentation

  • n=13

  • 12 patients have fully completed their

  • procedures

  • 7 = combined dynamic graciloplasty &

  • augmentation

  • 5 = rectal augmentation (alone)

  • 1 patient who had rectal augmentation

  • alone wishes to keep ileostomy permanently


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MTV

200

100

ml

P=0.002

0

Pre-op

1 yr Post-op


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Compliance

20

ml/mmHg

10

P=0.002

0

Pre-op

1 yr Post op


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Ability to defer defaecation

20

deferral of defaecation

Length of time for

(mins)

10

P=0.005

0

Pre-op

1 yr post-op


Clinical outcome of rectal augmentation

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Clinical Outcome of Rectal Augmentation

N=12 ( 11F:1M)

Minimum Follow up=12 months

10 patients satisfied


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