Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy

Beyond the Learning Curve
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 7. September 2016
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  • XXV, 335 Seiten
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978-3-319-32641-2 (ISBN)
This book addresses knowledge gaps in RARP in 3 key sections: 1) Step-by-step approach including multiple technique options and innovations, 2) Patient selection, safety, outcomes, and 3) Preparing the patient for surgery. The order is more based upon knowledge priority rather than a chronologic sequence in which part 3 would go first. Part two allows more summary and commentary on evidence and part three allows some creative content that is otherwise hard to find in one place-medical evaluations, imaging, clinical trials, patient education, etc. This textbook emphasizes content for the advanced skills surgeon in that multiple techniques are presented as well as state of the art evidence. The learning curve is addressed and the authors clarify how this text is useful for learners. The caveat is that they should be careful in patient selection and stick with what their mentors are showing them. With experience, they can then branch out into the many techniques presented here. Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy: Beyond the Learning Curve will also have cross-over appeal for surgical assistants, physician assistants, nurses, and anyone else involved in the surgical care of prostate cancer.
1st ed. 2016
  • Englisch
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 18 s/w Abbildungen, 191 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 18 schwarz-weiße und 191 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie
  • 32,46 MB
978-3-319-32641-2 (9783319326412)
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John W. Davis, MD, FACS

Associate Professor, Department of Urology, Division of Surgery, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TXDirector, Urosurgical Prostate Program, Department of Urology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX
Education & Training
Degree-Granting Education
1994 University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, MD, Medicine1990 Davidson College, Davidson, NC, BS, BiologyPostgraduate Training
7/2002-12/2003 Clinical Fellowship, Laparoscopic Urology, Charite Hospital, Berlin, Germany, Dr. Stefan Loening7/2001-6/2002 Clinical Fellowship, Urologic Oncology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX, Dr. David Swanson7/1999-6/2001 Clinical Fellowship, Postdoctoral Fellow, Microbiology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, Dr. George Wright, Ph. D.7/1996-6/1999 Clinical Residency, Urology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, Dr. Paul Schellhammer7/1994-6/1996 Clinical Internship, PGY-2 General Surgery, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA, Dr. L. D. Britt

Table of Contents

Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy: Beyond the Learning Curve

Ed: John W. Davis


Section I: Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy--Step by Step

1. Minimally invasive access to the prostate--The concept of surgical space creation

John W. Davis, MD

2. Surgeon's Notebook: Beyond the Learning Curve: The Original Handouts from the American Urological Association Post-graduate Courses 2013-2015

John W. Davis, MD, Fatih Atug, MD, Koon Rha, MD, Kevin Zorn, MD, Christopher Cheng, MD, Declan Murphy, MD

3. The Dorsal Vein Complex--Achieving Hemostasis and Proper Set-up for Apical Division

Eric S. Wisenbaugh, MD, Mark D. Tyson, MD, Erik P. Castle, MD, FACS

4. The Simple Bladder Neck

John W. Davis, MD

5. Bladder Neck--Anatomic Variants, Prior TUR, Locally Advanced Tumors

Declan G Murphy, Daniel A Moon, Bernardo Rocco

6. Neurovascular Bundle Preservation: Anatomic and Technical Considerations

Anup Kumar, Srinivas Samavedi, Vipul R Patel

7. Partial Neurovascular Bundle Sparing during Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy

Surena F. Matin, Marcelo A. Orvieto

8. Neurovascular Structure-adjacent Frozen-section Examination (NeuroSAFE) in robot-assisted radical prostatectomy

Burkhard Beyer, Alexander Haese, Markus Graefen

9. Neurovascular Bundle - Wide Excision

Kristen R Scarpato, Joseph A Smith Jr.

10. Apex--The Crossroads of Functional Recovery and Oncologic Control

Fatih Atug

11. Post-Resection: Hemostasis, Checking for Rectal Injury, Anastomotic Leaks

Dylan Stoy, Bernardo Rocco, Giancarlo Albo, Francesco Alessandro Mistretta, Maria Chiara Clementi, Vladimir Mourviev, David M Albala

12. Denonvilliers Fascia--Anatomy, Surgical Planes, Use in Reconstruction

Bernardo Rocco, Gabriele Cozzi

13. Vesico-urethral Anastomosis--Putting it Back Together

Tholomier Côme, Roger Valdivieso, Abdullah M Alenizi, & Kevin C. Zorn

14. Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection--Open Benchmarks with Lymphoscintigraphy

Daniel P. Nguyen, Philipp M. Huber, Tobias A. Metzger, Pascal Zehnder, & George N. Thalmann

15. Pelvic Lymph Node Dissection--Robotic Surgery Efficiency and Space-Creation Techniques to Achieve an Extended Template

John W. Davis, MD

16. Innovation and Orientation Challenges--Posterior "Retzius Sparing" Technique

Patrick H. Tuliao & Koon Ho Rha

17. Getting Out--Closure, Prevention and Management of Hernias

Maxim J. McKibben, MD, Michael E. Woods, MD, FACS, & Raj S. Pruthi, MD, FACS

18. Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy Extraperitoneal and Transperitoneal Techniques

Vineet Agrawal, MD & Jean Joseph, MBA

Section II: Peri-Operative Care and Safety

19. Perioperative Medical Evaluation of the Patient undergoing RARP

Sunil Kumar Sahai, MD, FAAP, FACP

20. Patient Positioning and Safety in Steep Trendelenburg

Cooper Benson, MD & Jay B. Shah

21. Safety checklist for training and assessment in robot assisted prostate surgery

Catherine Elizabeth Lovegrove, Prokar Dasgupta, & Kamran Ahmed

22. Immediate Post-Operative Care Following Robot Assisted Radical Prostatectomy

Janet E. Baack Kukreja, MD, Claudia Berrondo, MD, & Jean Joseph, MD, MBA

23. Penile Rehabilitation: Recovering Erectile Function following Prostate Cancer Treatment

Jonathan Clavell-Hernandez & Run Wang


24. Structured Reporting of RARP Complications--Are We Making Measurable Progress?

John Michael DiBianco, Arvin K. George, & Piyush K. Agarwal

25. Quality of Life Evaluation: What is Published and Practical for Routine Use

Ashley J.F. Brandon, Matthew D. Ingham, Michael B. Williams, Michael D. Fabrizio

26. Positive Surgical Margins: How to Self-Evaluate and Improve

Stephen B. Williams, Christopher Bayne, Brian F. Chapin

27. High Risk Pathology: State-of-the-Art Post-Operative Radiation Recommendations and Integration of Novel Genomic Risk Biomarkers

Mouraviev, V., Telonis, D., Patel, V., & Albala, D.

28. Long-term Oncologic Outcomes

Newaj Abdullah, Tae-Kyung Kim, & James O Peabody

Patient Education

29. Personalized versus Generic Patient Handouts--Tools to Improve Patient Knowledge on Treatment Options and Peri-operative Care

John W. Davis, MD

30. Active Surveillance and Patient Support Intervention

Patricia A. Parker, Jeri Kim, & David M. Latini

31. A Return to Key Surgical Technique: Neurovascular Bundle Sparing with Antegrade Technique

Mathew Goland-Van Ryn, Avinash Reddy, Eric Moskowitz, & Ash Tewari


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