Use of Quill® Barbed Suture in Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy - Case Study Prepared by Dr. Luzzago

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Dr. Luzzago performs a RARD using Quill bi - and unidirectional barbed sutures to perform Santorini Plexus, posterior reconstruction and UVA in an asymptomatic 63-years old man, with no previous history of abdominal surgery, who was diagnosed with cancer in the right part of the prostate. The surgeon recommends routine use of barbed suture to for this procedure, justified by the benefits observed on easy Santorini Plexus closure, surgery time reduction and less traction on the urethra and the bladder neck. 

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