The Use of TachoSil® for Final Haemostasis and Quill® for Urethro-vesical Anastomosis in Robot-assisted Nerve-sparing Radical Prostatectomy (RARP), Prof. J-U. Stolzenburg

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Two different techniques of intra-fascial prostate cancer  treatment are explained step-by-step in RARP. Focus on potency recovery following radical prostatectomy remains a challenge due to its multifactorial etiology, as well as venous oozing may occur especially in intrafascial nerve sparing technique. TachoSil® is placed before posterior reconstruction to control venous oozing and use of Quill® barbed sutures for preparation of the urethro-vesical anastomosis in order to shorten the operation time and to avoid leakage.    

tags: TachoSil sealant matrix Quill barbed sutures collagen matrix rarp prostate cancer radical prostatectomy Hemostasis sealing urethro-vesical anastomosis nerve sparing reconstruction surgical technique video robotic surgery robotic prostatectomy video urology surgical technique urology video case surgical education nerve sparing technique venous oozing leakage jens uwe stolzenburg urology technique video

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