VLAD DUMITRU BALEANU, DANUT VASILE, ALEXANDRU MARIAN GOGANAU, PAUL IOAN TOMESCU, DRAGOS DAVITOIU, ALEXANDRA BELEGA, ION GEORGESCU, DRAGOS OVIDIU ALEXANDRU, SILVIU IULIAN BORDU, DIANA IOANA VOICU, ANA LAURA MANDA CLINICAL AND BIOCHIMICAL COMORBIDITIES AND COMPLICATIONS IN ABDOMINAL SURGERY USING SYNTHETIC PROSTHETIC MATERIAL Hernia can be defined as an organ disorder which protrudes the wall that contains it. Synthetic material for the repair of the abdominal wall are used frequently with good results and less complications. Our research included a number of 135 patients diagnosed with inguinal hernia hospitalized and operated in Clinical County Hospital of Craiova, between 1st January 2017-31 October 2017. The purpose of our work was to identify and analyze comorbidities and complications for inguinal hernia repaired with synthetic prosthetic material. hernia repair was performed in 135 patients, 16 were women and 119 were men. Tension free meshplasty was accomplished in 131 patients with uncomplicated inguinal hernia and herniorrhaphy was successfully performed at 4 patients with complicated inguinal hernia. From our study 107 patients had a remarkable recovery without any complication. Patients who underwent tension-free hernia surgery using prosthetic mesh,short-term complications were represented by 19 patients with urinary retention, 6 surgical local infection (superficial infections) and 2 scrotal edema. Nowadays surgeons try to find the best elective repair of inguinal hernia,to be safety for the patients despite of their age and with few complications and low mortality rate. Risks assessment include general conditions and associated comorbidities of the patients. In our study we reveal the type of comorbidities which we meet. We considered that it is significant to optimize cardiopulmonary status and the other comorbidities of the patient before to repair abdominal wall hernia in order to avoid both short and long term complication.